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We all get excited about the newest phones coming out. It’s natural, I mean, getting our hands on the latest cameras and travel enhancing technology is seriously exciting stuff. Couple that wonderment- with a free flight to put the new phone and ultra sharp camera to the test in an exciting destination? That’s a magical combo. Sprint and American Airlines have an enticing offer out right now, and if a new phone and free flight sounds like something up your alley (which we’re guessing it is), you’ll want to tune in…

The Deal…

Sprint and American Airlines have figured out that people like miles, they love new phones and if you put the two together you’ll have happy customers. Any new customer that activates new service with Sprint using this link will receive 20,000 miles when they start, and 417 miles per month, up to 5,000 miles a year, for every month you pay your bill (easy!). If you’re hooking up a few people, on top of all the lovely miles, Sprint is offering a $400 Visa® prepaid card for anyone bringing 3 lines or more over. That could be another free flight, or hotel. Of course, if everyone activates a new line on their own, that’s 25,000 miles per person. Whatever you decide, we wont tell your kids you chose miles and money for yourself, over miles for them…

So These 25,000 Miles, What Are They Good For?

American Airlines offers one way business class tickets in the US for just 25,000 miles on any route. If round trip economy is more your thing, you can fly round trip in economy anywhere in the Continental US for just 25,000 miles, only paying the taxes and fees of $5.60 each way. If you’ve got your sights set on something more exotic, flights to Europe, South America or Asia are just a bit over the 25,000 threshold, putting you well on your way to a dream vacation, just for switching phone plans of course. I think that merits a: can you hear me now?!

Oh, And Sprint Is Doing 2 For 1 iPhone Deals, Plus They Have The Samsung S8…

If you lease a new iPhone 7 from Sprint, they’re offering the second one effectively for free when you activate two lines. You’ll receive a credit for the amount of the second phone, meaning you’ll pay just $27.09 a month for two brand new iPhone 7’s. Solid. If you’re an Android traveler, you can also grab the Samsung S8, the newest and best phone, which is winning awards like crazy (by the way), starting at $15.63 per month.

Ok, So How Do I Get In On This And Jet Off For Free?

Easy. Hop over to the exclusive offer page (you’re welcome, by the way), where you can register for your service. If you don’t already have an American Airlines AAdvantage® number, you’ll want to create one first (which is a great idea anyway), so do that first here. Once you have an AAdvantage® member # and a phone picked out, complete your new service activation online. You’ll have to wait up to 8 weeks for your miles, but rest assured, you’ll be jetting off in no time, all thanks to cell phone companies being competitive. Who knew?!

Anything For Existing Sprint Customers?

For once a company is actually taking care of its current customers and not just pining for new ones! If you’re currently a Sprint Customer, you can get 417 miles per month, up to 5,000 miles per year each time you pay your monthly bill on time. 5,000 miles a year is definitely not an opportunity to pass up. Just hop over to this link and register your account for free miles, just for using your phone…

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