New FoundersCard Benefit: American Airlines Discount
FoundersCard has announced a new limited time promotion that gives members 5%-10% off American Airline fares. The great thing about this limited time benefit is that upon request, members receive a discount code rather than a separate booking portal where prices are sometimes inflated.
The 5% is available on published one-way or round-trip fares originating in the 50 United States or D.C. to the 50 United States or D.C., Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Canada, or Mexico.
The 10% discount is available on published one-way or round-trip fare originating in the 50 United States or D.C. to Europe, including the United Kingdom.
FoundersCard membership normally comes with an annual fee of $595. During different promotions in the past membership has been as low as $295 per year with a two year commitment. As of the time of posting, the best deal is $395 per year.
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In order to take advantage of this offer you:
- Must be a Business Extra member.
- Request your promotion code to use within 72 hours
- Book your flight now through October 31, 2018 and fly between August 1, 2018 and December 22, 2018.To take advantage of this offer:
This is actually a great deal especially since it includes British Airways and Iberia. It’s a nice way to save some extra money if you have to pay cash for your flight. FoundersCard has something for everyone and there are plenty of other valuable membership benefits, most notably Total Rewards Diamond Status as well as AAdvantage Platinum Status.
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