Airfare Deal – American: San Francisco – Hartford, Connecticut (and vice versa) $304. Roundtrip, including all Taxes

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Here’s a good fare for those who were lucky enough yesterday to signup for the American Airlines Fast Track to Elite Promotion.

  • Same Day Turn WEEKEND turns available.
  • 5,000 Bonus Miles for taking American Airlines Los Angeles to Hartford nonstop.
Convention Center, Hartford, Connecticut - Photo: eschipul, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Convention Center, Hartford, Connecticut – Photo: eschipul, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Sample Travel Date:

  • October 12th – 13th (This sample is for those who are running for status, you can stay longer)

Fare Availability:

Routing:

  • SFO – LAX (Los Angeles) – BDL (Hartford) – LAX – SFO

Mileage:

  • 5,714 miles or 5.3 cents per mile. If you take the flights via LAX, you will earn 5,714 elite qualifying miles and 10,714 redeemable miles

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How to Book:

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4 Responses to "Airfare Deal – American: San Francisco – Hartford, Connecticut (and vice versa) $304. Roundtrip, including all Taxes"

  1. Sophia says:

    thanks! The booking class is O. Shouldn’t you just get half elite qualifying miles?

    • TFD says:

      @Sophia – AA has three qualifying criteria.

      1. Miles
      2. Points
      3. Segments

      This fare will earn 100% elite qualifying miles. It will earn 50% elite qualifying points and will earn 4 segments. As long as you get 25,000/50,000/100,000 miles, you will receive either receive Gold / Platinum / Executive Platinum.

      If you got in the AA fast track promo yesterday, then this fare will earn you 5.7K miles toward the qualification.

  2. Sophia says:

    Thanks for clarification! I see this:
    Elite Status Miles or Points Segments
    Executive Platinum 100,000 100
    For most of us, we normally buy deep discounted ticket (fares that can be published here). So it is more practical for us to accumulate miles, is that correct?
    I signed up for the fast track , seriously considering mileage run now.
    Thanks for your information. I am always your sincere reader.

    • TFD says:

      @Sophia. Yes — it is definitely more practical to qualify on miles, that’s how we do it. You can qualify with 100K in cheap tickets. All published AA tickets regardless of fare code will earn 100% mileage. Non-published tickets that you buy as part of a travel package are sometimes non-mileage earning. Also tickets that you bid for on Priceline are non-mileage earning (but one where you just buy are)

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