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Barclaycard conversions with AA/US Air: Wait? Convert? Merge?

Barclaycard conversions with AA/US Air: Wait? Convert? Merge?

  1. Anonymous


    I spend a lot of my free time reading your site. I signed up for the US Airways Dividend Miles mastercard right around the time that the AA and USair programs merged. Barclaycard has given me a dividend miles number, but no aadvantage number yet, but reports crediting 50,000 miles to the account; I currently have no way to check this. Given the merger do you think this means that the dividend miles account is now an aadvantage account or do I need to wait until Barclaycard coverts the card to the Aadvantage Aviate card before I try to merge my existing AAdvantage account with the one created by Barclaycard?



  2. Anonymous

    @ Ari — Have you tried logging into your US Airways account on US Airways’ website? It should show you your AAdvantage number.

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