$300 American Airlines Gift Card for $270 at Costco

A Slickdeals user posted about a deal at Costco for an American Airlines $300 gift card for only $270. When you redeem the gift cards you can use up to 8 in one transaction, and they can be used on AA or ANY OneWorld partner airline. This isn’t available at every Costco, so YMMV if it will be waiting for you at your local store. You can call your local Costco and ask them to check stock for item #576515 before you waste a trip.

This is a non-complete listing of stores that carry these cards:

Boston

  • Costco Waltham
  • Costco Everett

Charlotte

  • Costco Charlotte on Tyvola Road

Chicago

  • Costco Glenview
  • Costco Naperville
  • Costco Niles, IL
  • Costco Oakbrook
  • Costco Schaumburg, IL

Houston

  • Costco Bunker Hill

Los Angeles

  • Costco Hawthorne
  • Costco Westlake Village
  • Costco Burbank
  • Costco Ontario Mills
  • Costco Los Feliz
  • Costco Rancho Cucamonga
  • Costco Tustin II
  • Costco Van Nuys

Minneapolis/St. Paul (NEW)

  • Costco St. Louis Park
  • Costco Maplewood

New York/New Jersey

  • Costco Harlem, Manhattan
  • Costco Long Island City, Queens
  • Costco Rego Park, Queens
  • Costco Malboro, NJ

Orlando

  • Costco Orlando

Philadelphia

  • King of Prussia

Phoenix

  • Costco Scottsdale

Raleigh

  • Costco Raleigh

St. Louis

  • Costco St. Louis Rusty Road

Salt Lake City

  • Costco Murray
  • Costco Orem

San Diego

  • Costco Mission Valley
  • Costco Poway on Scripps-Poway Parkway

San Francisco

  • Costco Danville
  • Costco Mountain View
  • Costco San Francisco
  • Costco Redwood City
  • Costco Almaden
  • Costco Sunnyvale
  • Costco El Camino Real

Seattle

  • Costco Downtown
  • Costco Issaquah

Washington D.C.

  • Costco Fairfax
  • Costco Sterling, VA
  • Costco Pentagon City, VA
  • Costco Chantilly, VA

 

From FlyerTalk

Full terms and conditions of AA Gift Cards can be found here: https://giftcards.aa.com/terms.jsp

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: What can I use my gift cards for? Are there any restrictions?

A:

– Gift Cards are redeemable toward the initial electronic ticket purchase of air travel wholly on flights operated by American Airlines, American Eagle® and the AmericanConnection® carriers for itineraries sold and originating in the U.S., Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands.

– AA Gift Cards are also available for payment of air travel on any oneworld® partner or AA Codeshare flight.

– They cannot be used for payment of air travel on any other airline.

– Flights sold or originating outside the U.S., Puerto Rico or U.S. Virgin Islands or operated by other carriers are not eligible.

Q: Do gift cards expire?

A: No.

Q: Where can I use my AA gift cards?

A: Gift Cards are redeemable online at www.aa.com or by calling American Airlines Reservations. Gift cards cannot be redeemed at airport ticket counters or travel agents. Transactions through American Airlines Reservations are subject to an additional charge which must be paid separately by credit, debit or charge card.

Q: Is there a limit to how many gift cards I can use at a time?

A: Up to eight gift cards may be redeemed in a single transaction or purchase.

Q: Can I use my gift card for the full all-in cost of my flight or just the base fare?

A: Gift Cards are redeemable toward the purchase of the base air fare and directly associated taxes, fees and charges that are collected as part of the fare calculation.

Q: Is there anything I can’t use them for?

A: Yes. Here’s a partial list of INELIGIBLE products/services: upgrades; Admirals Club membership enrollments or One-Day Passes; baggage fees; pet fees; unaccompanied minor fees; oxygen fees; ticketing fees for transactions processed through American Airlines Reservations; taxes, fees or charges payable in connection with AAdvantage® award travel; AmericanAirlines Vacations SM or non-flight products and/or services sold by American Airlines.

Q: What if I lose my gift card?

A: Sorry; you’re out of luck. Lost, stolen or damaged Gift Cards will not be replaced.

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