One AAdvantage For Non-Elite and Silver Preferred Members of Dividend Miles
I f you are not an elite member — or if you happen to hold Silver Preferred elite level status — of the US Airways Dividend Miles frequent flier loyalty program, there is one bit of good news for you pertaining to the recent announcement of it being brought into the American Airlines AAdvantage frequent flier loyalty program that if it has been reported elsewhere, I have not seen it…
…and that is that — because you will be able to combine your US Airways Dividend Miles frequent flier loyalty program account with your American Airlines AAdvantage Dividend Miles frequent flier loyalty program account — you will be able to redeem your hard-earned miles free of charge as opposed to spending your money on the following fees:
$25.00 Continental United States, Alaska and Canada
The bottom line is that — unless you hold elite level status higher than Silver Preferred, in which case you would most likely be unaffected — the merging of the two frequent flier loyalty programs could save you money on some fees.