AAdvantage Miles Calculator

AAdvantage Miles Calculators

AAdvantage Miles is the award currency of American Airlines. Miles are primarily earned flying American and oneworld partner airlines, but can also be earned using co-branded credit cards, booking travel with partners, and by transferring rewards from other reward programs directly to your AAdvantage account AA. AAdvantage Miles can be redeemed at an average value of 1.4 cents for award flights through American Airlines. Miles can also be redeemed for rewards such as gift cards, car rentals, hotels, seat upgrades, and even Admiral Club mebership.

American Airlines

American Airlines (commonly abbreviated as 'AA') has more than 6,700 daily flights to 336 locations in 56 countries worldwide. American Airlines official headquarters and largest hub is Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). This AA hub provides flights to mostly all major U.S. cities and major Latin America cities. AA's DFW hub also provides international flights to Europe and Asia. American Airlines also has hubs in the following cities:

  • Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT)
  • O'Hare International Airport (ORD)
  • Philadelphia International Airport (PHL)
  • Miami International Airport (MIA)
  • Phoenix Sky Harbor International (PHX)
  • Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
  • Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
  • John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
  • LaGuardia Airport (LGA)

AAdvantage Miles

Get the full details on earning AAdvantage Miles through AAdvantage Elite Status, AA credit cards, vacation packages, cruises, shopping and more. Full list of all travel partners. Find out which hotel chain is the best for AAdvantage members when it comes to transferring points directly to your AAdvantage account.

Calculate the cash value of your AAdvantage Miles for free flights, hotel stays, car rentals, and gift cards. Full list of gift card options.

Learn how to calculate AAdvantage Miles when flying AA and calculate how many you can earn based on status. Also provides how to qualify for status in the AAdvantage program and the benefits that come with each tier.

AAdvantage Credit Cards

American Airlines has 7 AAdvantage Mile earning credit cards to choose from. It consist of two business cards and five personal cards in which two are Barclays Credit Cards and the other five are from Citi Bank. Owning these cards can grant you perks such as priority boarding, first checked bag free, and in-flight savings on food.

All AA credit cards listed below features their own AAdvantage Mile Calculator so you can calculate how many miles you can earn based on your spend. Each calculator will also calculate the dollar value of the card and allow you to compare all of the AAdvantage Cards side-by-side with each other or against any other top travel cards.

Barclays Cards

American Airlines has two Barclays Credit Cards. Both cards offer slightly alter perks of their Citi Bank siblings.

The Barclays Aviator Red earns double AAdvantage Miles on American Airlines purchases. Cardholders will earn a 10% rebate on AAdvantage Miles redeemed, 25% in-flight savings, and their first checked bag free.

The Barclays Aviator Business Card earns double AAdvantage Miles on American Airlines, office supply stores, telecommunications, and rental car spending. Cardholders will also receive preferred boarding, a companion certificate, 1st checked bag free, and a 5% mileage bonus.

Citi Bank Cards

American Airlines has five Citi Credit Cards. These cards range from low rewards to luxury travel.

The Citi AAdvantage Gold Card earns 1 AAdvantage Mile for all purchases and 25% off in-flight purchases. What surprises me is that it has an annual fee the first year. There is no value to be had from this card and I recommend you pick up the AAdvantage MileUp Card.

The Citi AAdvantage MileUp earns double AAdvantage Miles on both American Airlines and grocery purchases. It also offers 25% off in-flight purchases and has no annual fee.

The Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select earns double miles on American Airlines, restaurant, and gas station purchases. Cardholders will also receive their first checked bag free, preferred boarding, 25% off in-flight purchases and a $100 flight discount annually after heavy spend.

The Citi AAdvantage Executive Card is AA's luxury card. It offers double miles on American Airlines, provides Admiral Club Access, comes with a $100 Global Entry/TSA PreCheck Credit, and even offers the ability to earn EQMs towards AAdvantage Elite Status with heavy spend yearly.

The CitiBusiness Platinum Select Card offers double miles on American Airlines, car rentals, phone, gas, cable, and satellite purchases. It also offers an annual companion pass after heavy spend, 25% off in-flight purchases, preferred boarding, and the first checked bag free.

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About These Calculators: These calculators are provided to help you estimate how many points, miles, or other form of currency you can accumulate based on spend, bonuses, fees, and a number of other factors. These calculators are meant to provide an estimate of rewards earned and are not meant to reflect the exact amount of points you may receive. Be sure to read the terms and conditions of any credit card before you apply as benefit and perk changes may not be reflected immediately on this website.

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