Like every mileage junkie I was checking my American Airlines AAdvantage account balance before going to bed last night when I couldn’t help but notice the pop-up (below) alerting me that American Airlines and US Airways are combining their frequent flyer programs in “second quarter 2015.” As the message states, “If you don’t have a Dividend Miles account don’t worry, you don’t have to do anything.” However, if you have accounts in both programs, you should request to combine your Dividend Miles account with your AAdvantage account.
The most important thing to remember is to make sure your birthday, email address and all other personal information in both accounts match exactly. If they do, like mine did, registering them will only take a second (and if they don’t, you could have some difficulty). So in quarter two, my Dividend Miles should post in my AAdvantage account. I’m extra stoked since that I’ll be getting an extra 50,000 miles thanks to the US Airways® Premier World MasterCard®.
According to their message, American will email me when my Dividend Miles account has been combined with my AAdvantage account.
For now, nothing changes. Just keep earning miles in both programs—and for a limited time, check out my post here to see how you can earn 50,000 bonus miles for your soon-to-be-merged account.
Below was the confirmation page once I matched my accounts.
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