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Will American Offer A Credit Card EQD Waiver In 2017?

In June, American announced some major updates to the AAdvantage program. First of all, they announced that as of August 1, 2016, redeemable miles would be awarded based on dollars spent rather than distance flown (we already knew this was coming, though prior to that didn't know the date it would happen). Furthermore, American announced that there would be a revenue requirement to earn status starting in 2017.
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