Take One Flight and Get a Free Round Trip Flight By Joining Business Extra With American Airlines — But…

Earn a free round-trip domestic flight in the United States when you join as a new member of the American Airlines Business Extra program, which is a complimentary business travel rewards and incentive program completely separate from the American Airlines AAdvantage frequent flier loyalty program designed to help small and medium-sized companies to reduce their travel costs…

Take One Flight and Get a Free Round Trip Flight By Joining Business Extra With American Airlines — But…

…but you must enroll your company as a new member of the American Airlines Business Extra program using promotion code 202KMM; the company must meet the eligibility requirements, which depends on the country in which it is headquartered; and your first flight using your newly created Business Extra program membership number must be completed by Tuesday, June 30, 2020.

Once all of the criteria for this promotion have been successfully met, you will earn 2,000 Business Extra points, which is enough to redeem for a free domestic round trip flight within the 49 United States, Canada, and Mexico — which excludes Hawaii, nonstop transcontinental flights between Boston and Los Angeles, and nonstop transcontinental flights between New York City and San Francisco and Los Angeles — with the BX1A PlanAhead Award.

For additional information — including the full terms and conditions — you can contact Business Extra Customer Service via e-mail message at business.extra@aa.com; or you can call 1-800-457-7072 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 in the morning through 7:00 in the evening Central Time from within the United States and Canada.

Summary

I have been the recipient of e-mail communications from the Business Extra incentive program since July of 2013. If you are associated with a company which participates in the Business Extra program of American Airlines, you should consider taking AAdvantage of this offer.

By the way, National Small Business Week was supposed to have occurred from Sunday, May 3, 2020 through Saturday, May 9, 2020 — but due to the current 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic, National Small Business Week has been postponed, with new details to be announced soon.

Photograph ©2016 by Brian Cohen.

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