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The American Airlines AAdvantage MileUp Card carries no annual fee and earns 2X miles per dollar on purchases from American Airlines and at grocery stores. But it doesn’t offer much else aside from a 25% discount on inflight AA purchases.
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It earns 2X AAdvantage Miles per dollar on:
The airline perks are a bit meager, which makes sense for a card without an annual fee. You’ll get a 25% discount on inflight purchases of food and beverages on flights operated by AA, but that’s about it.