75,000 Mile Offer Back for Barclays AAdvantage Business Card

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Barclays has brought back their best-ever 75,000 mile offer for the AAdvantage® Aviator® Business Mastercard®. I wanted to sign my wife up for this but just missed it, so this is in the chute for me.

  • 65,000 miles after $1,000 in purchases within 90 days
  • 10,000 more miles for adding an employee card and making a purchase with that card within those 90 days

What regular American Airlines flyers will appreciate is that while spending on the Aviator Red personal card no longer counts towards elite status, and the Aviator Silver person card now requires $50,000 in spend to earn 3000 elite qualifying dollars, the Aviator Business card still will let you earn 3000 qualifying dollars after $25,000 spend each calendar year. The card also gets you 25% off inflight food and beverage spend.

(HT: Doctor of Credit)

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Comments

  1. Jeff: I have a legitimate S Corp and even though on their letter asking for additional verification information including my articles of incorporation. They said it was not sufficient and I had to send in my incorporation paperwork showing me as the sole owner of the corporation. Still waiting to hear back from them….

  2. I have an LLP, and my wife is a partner. I have already gotten this card under my name (and cancelled it after getting my miles nearly 2 years ago). I don’t imagine I can now have my wife apply for a card for the LLP under her name (and add me as the additional user)? Or could I?

  3. Do they ever let you call in to get the “new” promo/bonus? I got the 60K deal by applying in late August?

  4. @Robert:
    Yes, you have 30 days and Barclay will match. But if it’s over 30 days, they usually won’t.

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