Up to 30X via AAdvantage eShopping Portal, plus chance to win 100,000 miles

The AAdvantage eShopping Portal is offering enhanced rates today and tomorrow for a number of merchants.  Plus, purchases will give you extra chances to win their “Blue Sky Sweepstakes” for up to 100,000 miles and $2,500

Through Today Only (Sunday 5/3/2015)

  • Clinique 12X
  • Sears 10X
  • Neiman Marcus 10X

Through Monday 5/4/2015

  • Magazines.com 30X
  • FromYouFlowers.com 30X
  • Cheryl’s 16X
  • Sephora 12X
  • Barney’s New York Warehouse 9X
  • Kohl’s 8X


Win up to 100,000 miles and $2,500.  Purchases through the portal give you extra chances to win.  You can enter for free.  Visit the AAdvantage eShopping Portal for details (click here).


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do buying visa gift cards thru the portal thru sears (gift card mall) count towrds portal points?


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Hey there,

Daily reader of your site and love it. Question – so what’s the strategy here when these types of things come up but you don’t necessarily have a reason to buy from any of the retailers being offered? Say, the flowers at 30x, how do you go about maximizing that without losing the value by spending when you wouldn’t normally be spending?

Thanks! 🙂