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American Airlines Amenity Kit Traveling Well For Less

Need an American Airlines amenity kit?


Our prize for today’s giveaway is an American Airlines amenity kit.

Contents include:

  • Body lotion
  • Face moisturizer
  • Lip balm
  • Travel toothbrush
  • Travel sized Colgate toothpaste
  • Earplugs
  • Travel pack of tissue
  • Pen
  • Pair of socks
  • Eyemask

To enter: Leave a comment telling me about your most memorable American Airlines flight . You have until 9:00 p.m. PST tonight (Monday, December 23, 2013) to enter.

(If you’ve never commented on the blog before, there will be a delay until your comment appears.)

Winner will be announced Tuesday, December 24, 2013.

Summary of the fine print:

  • Comments must be posted by 9:00 p.m. PST, December 23, 2013
  • I’m the final decider

Good luck!

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Michael H.(oldfox)

Monday 23rd of December 2013

.My most memorable AA flight was in October. I was returning HNL-Honolulu to LAX. I arrived early for economy checkin. When I habded over my passport for identity check, I was told I had been prescreened. The agents told me ...... don't worry about shoes,belt etc. I had been cleared by American Airlines. That was a first for me. Sure enjoyed that flight!

Traveling Well For Less

Monday 23rd of December 2013

Hi Michael H.(oldfox),

Glad to hear you got to experience precheck. Hopefully that was just the first of many. :)

dot cahill

Monday 23rd of December 2013

i do not do AA often but will prob do so more often with the us airways merge... most memorable was probably the miles to first class upgrade i did without lots of was easy...and the trip very pleasant the staff attentive vs another large airline

Traveling Well For Less

Monday 23rd of December 2013

Hi dot,

Love the miles + copay option to upgrade on international flights. Glad to hear your experience went well.


Monday 23rd of December 2013

Hello Traveling Well For Less,

This is my first time visiting your blog so please pardon me for posting an out of topic question here since I don't know where to go to post and if I post to old posting in your blog I am afraid it will get buried with new posts and I don't get a response. I am pretty new to credit card game so I hope you could please help me with my questions below, I am going to break it down into several points so it's easier for you to answer each:

1. What is the best cc for AMEX if I haven't have any AMEX cc before? Mainly I fly to Asia (Japan, Korea, HK, Singapore) so I would like AMEX card that would allow me to use or transfer my point (at good ratio) to airlines like Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Asiana, and other airlines that fly to Asia.

2. I saw news about AMEX Gold Premier CC promo that offers 50k bonus points after meet the minimum spending. However I also heard that some people got 75k bonus points upon approval for same cc, can you please let me know how to do this and if you have the link that direct me there it would be great, I would like to use your referral link as a way to say thank you.

3. Does the free Hilton Gold status still available?

4. Also for Chase Hyatt cards, one of the perks is that I will get free Platinum membership status automatically upon approval? does this require me to have or become Gold Passport member prior applying? I never have Gold Passport or membership with Hyatt before.

If you have any link (either to your blog post related to my questions above or referral links, please let me know, I would love to use it!:))

Traveling Well For Less

Sunday 29th of December 2013

Hi Daniel,

Sorry for the delay in responding.

No worries about posting off topic questions on posts. :)

1) To transfer to Asian airlines you'll want an American Express card that earns Membership Rewards points like the Enhanced Business Gold Rewards Card, the Platinum card (business or personal), the Premier Rewards Gold card, or the Mercedes Benz Platinum card.

If you can wait to apply, the big offers on these cards seem to come out around the beginning of the year. At least they have for the past couple of years, but of course, there's no guarantee that it will happen again.

But if you can wait, it doesn't hurt to do so.

2) The Gold Premier 75k offer was targeted. So Amex decided who could get the 75k bonus.

Once you have an Amex, you'll get targeted for other offers.

3) The free Hilton Gold status on the Amex Platinum cards are only available through December 31. So you need to have the card before you can get free Hilton Gold status.

If you want to wait for a more lucrative signup bonus, there are other ways you can get Hilton Gold status inexpensively: Amex Hilton Surpass card, Citi Reserve card, or a Milepoint Membership.

The Milepoint membership is the least costly and doesn't require a credit card pull.

4) For the Chase Hyatt card, you don't need to be enrolled in Gold Passport before you apply. If you aren't enrolled, you'll be automatically enrolled and given a Gold Passport number.

If you are enrolled, you just add your Gold Passport number to the application.

I'd rather enter my number, be able to have a screenshot, then be added automatically as there's less chance for error. But that's just me. :)

I have a credit card page that you're welcome to use.

Hope that answers your questions.


Saturday 28th of December 2013

Where should I post to have my question answered?


Monday 23rd of December 2013

My most memorable AA flight is SFO - FLL ! It was my first time to took AA and the flight attendants were very nice and helpful.

Traveling Well For Less

Monday 23rd of December 2013

Hi Jason,

I'm partial to AA myself. :)


Monday 23rd of December 2013

My most memorable AA flight was DFW-LIM, partially because it was my first time to Peru, and partially because it was my first long-haul red-eye in coach. That taught me about the value of business class seats, especially for someone tall like me who can't lay his head back on the seat without contorting into a huge sore-back inducing slouch.

Traveling Well For Less

Monday 23rd of December 2013

Hi Matthew,

Yikes, sounds painful. Hopefully you aren't flying much in coach, unless it's a great mistake fare. :)

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