Register for the Go The Distance, Get In The Game promotion and earn 100 American Airlines AAdvantage frequent flier loyalty program miles, with a chance to earn up to 900 more miles.
This bonus offer is open to American Airlines AAdvantage frequent flier loyalty program members who enroll in the AAdvantage eShopping mall between January 21, 2013 and February 3, 2013 — herein officially known as the bonus offer period.
To earn the 100 American Airlines AAdvantage bonus miles, you must have enrolled in the AAdvantage eShopping mall during the bonus offer period and remain opted-in to receive marketing e-mail messages from the AAdvantage eShopping program until the bonus miles post to your AAdvantage account.
To earn the 300 bonus miles, you must make a qualified purchase with a participating merchant via the AAdvantage eShopping mall Internet web site during the bonus offer period.
To earn the 600 bonus miles, you must make a second qualified purchase of $100.00 or more with a participating merchant via the AAdvantage eShopping mall Internet web site during the bonus offer period.
Please allow eight to ten weeks following the end of the bonus offer period for the AAdvantage bonus miles to post to your AAdvantage account. Other terms and conditions apply.
This could potentially be a great way to extend the expiration date of the AAdvantage miles currently in your account if you have not flown as a passenger on American Airlines recently — if you do not mind receiving e-mail messages regularly, of course. However, it is not immediately known to me as to whether or not you can still earn those 100 bonus AAdvantage miles if you had already enrolled in the AAdvantage eShopping mall and created an account before the bonus offer period.
Then again, Cartera Commerce — the company behind this promotion — has had a questionable past with frequent fliers which prompted this lawsuit by a FlyerTalk member and this controversial lawsuit, both in the state of Massachusetts where the corporate headquarters of Cartera Commerce is located.
You have nothing to lose except for the time you spend deleting e-mail messages after registering for this promotion — but remain wary and keep a close eye on your AAdvantage account to ensure that you have indeed received the bonus miles which you earned…