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In the past few years, I have been collecting 5004 AA miles per year from paying for
my Sprint service bill. I wrote about this Sprint Perk extensively in this
post. However, when Sprint and T-Mobile decided to merge, I was wondering when
this perk was going to go away. Well, today they send me an email stating that
the Sprint perk and American Airlines AAdvantage program will come to an end
and any final qualifying miles will be deposited in AA account in February.
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Sprint & American Airlines AAdvantage Program Perk is Ending
Here’s the content of the email:
Thank you for being a valued customer. The limited-time Sprint Perks for
American Airlines AAdvantage® program and associated benefits has ended.
Your final AAdvantage® loyalty miles will be deposited into your account in
February, if you continue to meet the eligibility requirements.
We hope that you have enjoyed your benefits and continue to enjoy the value
that comes from being our customer. Be sure to sign up for T‑Mobile Tuesdays
to get thanked for being a T‑Mobile customer with free stuff and discounts
Alternative Sprint/T-Mobile Perks
Due to the merger between Sprint and T-Mobile, now any Sprint customers can
take advantage of
T-Mobile Money that gives you 4% APY interest. In the near term, I’ll be checking with Sprint too to see if there are any
other perks to get from paying for the monthly phone service in lieu of AA miles.