AAdvantage® Aviator™ Red MasterCard®

The AAdvantage® Aviator™ Red MasterCard® replaced the US Airways Dividend Miles® MasterCard®, in response to the merger of American Airlines with US Airways. If you’re a frequent flyer of either of these airlines this card could be a valuable addition to your wallet, providing nice benefits like free checked bags and boarding privileges.

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This card made our list of The Best Airline Credit Cards – 2017, as the best card to use with American Airlines. It is second to the top of the line in the AAdvantage® Aviator™ series.

There are three other cards that offer different reward structures and annual fees, the AAdvantage® Aviator™ MasterCard®the AAdvantage® Aviator™ Blue MasterCard®, and the AAdvantage® Aviator™ Silver World Elite MasterCard®.

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  • Rewards
    • Earn 2 miles per $1 spent on US Airways and American Airlines
    • Earn 1 mile per $1 spent on all other purchases
    • There is no limit to the amount of rewards you can earn
    • 10% back on redeemed miles, up to 10,000 miles each year
  • Signup Bonus None
  • Chip Technology Chip-and-Signature & Chip-and-PIN
  • Foreign Transaction Fee -
  • Intro Balance Transfer APR -
  • Regular Balance Transfer APR Varies by credit score, contact Barclaycard to learn more
  • Cash Advance APR Varies by credit score, contact Barclaycard to learn more
  • Penalty APR -
  • Late Fee -
  • Returned Payment Fee -

Card Benefits

Check your card's Guide to Benefits to learn the specific benefits your card offers and how to access them. Learn more about credit card benefits here.

Perks

  • First checked Bag Free: On US Airways and American Airlines flights. Applies to cardholder and up to four companions.
  • Priority Boarding: Zone 2 boarding through US Airways or Group 1 boarding through American Airlines.
  • 25% Discount on In-Flight Purchases: For American Airlines and US Airways Flights
  • $100 American Airlines Flight Discount: Spend $30,000 on your card in one year and get a $100 American Airlines Flight Discount.
  • 7,500 Mile Discount: Use your miles to book a MileSAAver® award and get a 7,500 mile discount.

Mastercard Benefits

  • This card comes with Mastercard benefits. You will be provided with a list of benefits available to you once you get approved for your card.

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by Anonymous
Annoying

This is the worst card I have ever had to use for large purchases. I use this card in business and whenever I try to use it for a large purchase it gets declined until I find out from the merchant and I call Barclay bank then they will authorize the charge. I understand this so I tried calling the bank and warning them the charge would be coming through and am always assured by a customer service representative that my account will be flagged for this purchase. It still takes 2 to 3 more phone calls before it is authorized. I have several other cards from other banks and do not have this problem. I am not the only one that has the problem, I have friends with this card and they have similar stories to mine. I am closing my accounts and going to the CITI American airlines card.

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