Saw these when I walked in to Costco today. I sought out the warehouse manager to see if I could read the T&C on these cards. He knows me personally since I cleaned him out of Hyatt gift certs on a regular basis for about a year. He said they got the cards about a week ago, but didn't receive POS for them until Thursday. The cards have a face value of $300, and can be purchased for $269. Needless to say, I couldn't resist clearing out a decent chunk of their stock. The T&C on the back read as follows: Use this Gift Card towards the purchase of air travel on American Airlines, American Eagle, AmericanConnection, oneworld airlines, and AA Code-Share flights. Itineraries must be purchased and originating in the U.S., Puert Rico, or U.S. Virgin Islands. Gift cards are redeemable only at www.aa.com or by calling AA Reservations at 800-433-7300 Note: tickets purchased through AA Reservations are charged a Reservations Fee which must be paid by debit or credit card. A maximum of (8) Gift Cards may be redeemed per reservation. You may check your card's balance at www.aa.com/giftcard Gift Cards do not expire and have no dormancy, service, maintenance or other fees. The Gift Card has no value until activated at time of purchase. This Gift Card has no implied warranties and is not a credit or debit card. Terms and Conditions are applied to Gift Card-see www.aa.com/giftcard.