10% American Airlines Rebate May Still Be Available on Your Aviator Card

A handful of American Airlines cobranded credit cards have
offered a nifty perk that gets you 10% back on award redemptions
(up to 10,000 miles per year), but unfortunately that’s been
phased out.

The perk was slated to disappear from the Citi AAdvantage
Platinum Select World Elite Mastercard, Barclays AAdvantage Aviator
Red World Elite Mastercard and AAdvantage Aviator Silver World
Elite Mastercard as of May 1, 2019, but as
Miles to Memories reports
, it looks like holders of the two
Barclays AA credit cards may still have access to the rebate.

Card holders have apparently received notification that the 10%
rebate is ending, but not necessarily on May 1 — rather, the end
date has varied from card holder to card holder. It looks like the
end date is tied to your cardmember anniversary, so if you opened
your account in August, you may be able to take advantage of the
rebate for a few more months.

If you have the AAdvantage Aviator Red or AAdvantage Aviator
Silver, please share your own data points in the comments below.
And make sure to maximize the 10% rebate by getting the full 10,000
miles back while you still can. You could book multiple short-haul
awards, or spring for a premium-cabin redemption on AA or one of
its partners.

Featured photo by Robert Alexander/Getty Images.

Source: FS – All-Travel destinations-News2
10% American Airlines Rebate May Still Be Available on Your Aviator Card