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Do Non-USA Credit Cards Work for US and AA Dining Programs?

Do Non-USA Credit Cards Work for US and AA Dining Programs?

Old Aug 23, 09, 7:09 pm
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Do Non-USA Credit Cards Work for US and AA Dining Programs?

US has a partner promo.

AA also has a sign up bonus.

We have 4 potential accounts-me and husband. All credit cards are from Australia but we will be in Orlando for a couple days next month so would use the program there.

I have a legit family USA address to register with but credit cards are from Australia.

Anyway we can use this program?
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Old Aug 23, 09, 7:53 pm
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I believe so - if you can successfully sign up with the card, the meal charged to it should go through okay.
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Old Aug 24, 09, 9:40 am
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Yes. But you might have to register it as the second card, after setting up the account with a US card that matches the US address you use to add the account. I remember reading somewhere here that you could perhaps set up an account with a non US address. Does anyone have a link to the relevant thread?

Good luck and bon appetit.
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Old Aug 24, 09, 11:30 am
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I just signed up with Priority Club Dining Rewards this morning (because of their partner promo). Had to use my brother's TX address because I couldn't input a Cdn address. Registered a Cdn credit card (linked to my Toronto address) with no problem.
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