Purchase 2,000 American Airlines Miles For 1/2 A Cent Each With Rover Promo

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American Airlines Rover Promo

Purchase 2,000 American Airlines Miles For 1/2 A Cent Each With Rover Promo

I received an email from American Airlines and Rover talking about their partnership.  American Airlines members can earn 1 point per dollar for all Rover bookings (even current Rover members).  They are also offering a new member bonus of 2,000 miles after your first Rover booking.  That got me to thinking, is this a cheap way you could purchase a few thousand miles?

Details of the Promotion

The link to the promotional page is here. Here are the details of the promotion:

  • Sign up for Rover and get 2,000 AAdvantage®miles after your first Rover walk or stay is complete. (Already have a Rover account? Enter your AAdvantage® number here.)
  • Get one AAdvantage® mile for every dollar spent on future Rover bookings.
  • Watch the AAdvantage® miles add up! Your miles will be added to your AAdvantage®account within 60 days of your Rover service being completed.
  • Offer ends December 3, 2021.

I started digging around the Rover site to see what kind of options there were and I found a few bookings for as low as $10.  There may have been some cheaper options since I didn’t dig too far.  The terms say that any service booked should trigger the bonus.  That is like purchasing 2,000 miles for $10, not a bad deal.

Conclusion

This isn’t the biggest deal since it is capped at 2,000 miles but I thought it was a fun way to look at the offer.  If you have a pet and could use the service then even better.  It is a good option if you want to extend the life of your miles or if you are a few thousand short for an upcoming trip.  Especially if you don’t have a credit card that can do that for you, although that is coming to an end soon here anyway.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Do NOT use Rover. They do no stand behind their service providers. We used them a little over a year ago to arrange for an in home house/dog sitter for a week over Thanksgiving The assumption was that a company would stand behind the service if there was a problem.

    Let me just say it was a disaster and we came home to a pee soaked house and destroyed kitchen appliances. Rover’s response was that we had to take that up with the service provider directly.

    NO WAY EVER ROVER

    • That sounds horrible Michael and I am surprised they don’t have anything in place for things like this. Thanks for letting us know.

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