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Discussion in 'American Airlines | AAdvantage' started by JALPak, Sep 29, 2011.
AA should market Chef Richard Sandoval and Chef Marcus Samuelsson brand TV dinners for sale at the grocery store. On each carton could be a coupon for 100 AA frequent flier miles. That way everyone can taste and sample their meal selections before flying American Airlines.
Just think, a mere 9543 boxes and you would get to three million miles*, all without ever flying.
*provided the coupons were credited before 12/1/11
Thanks JNB280 for your unique approach to help me reach three million miles. Instead of 9,543 boxes, I will need only 3,984 boxes. Today, I got good news that an additional 555,915 MMM's (More Maya Miles) have been posted. Now if I can convince American Airlines to sell me only 3,984 yummy gourmet meal boxes with 100 bonus miles on each box, it might be possible to get a new coveted elite frequent flyer plastic card with the three million mile "merit badge" on it. I see that as an elite member, one has the option of earning 100 bonus miles per rental if they rent from National Car Rental. I think if one rents all the cars in the entire National Car Rental parking lot at Detroit Metro Airport for a week, it's possible to achieve three million miles. It might be easier however to earn the three million mile goal by simply purchasing flowers from FTD. I would earn 200 bonus miles with every purchase from FTD. If FTD offers a 1 cent item, I would just need to make 1,992 separate transactions before December 1st. FTD offers same-day delivery and has satisfaction guaranteed. Decisions...decisions.
This is one area where AA truly stands out. If you don't believe me... go and try DL's first class food, that is, if you're lucky to get one on domestic flights.
Since they are frozen they will keep for near forever, and with that many boxes, one person could eat for nearly 13 years without having to go get something else