When I checked AA’s site this morning, I was able to log in with my US Airways credentials, but my mileage and million mile balances were still only reflective of my former AAdvantage account. Well, as of an hour ago, all my balances have been correctly combined!
There’s just two hiccups that hopefully will work themselves out over the next few days. I can only log in with my former US Airways account number. My AAdvantage account number won’t work when using my AAdvantage or US Airways password (or the new password I’ve set). Strangely enough, my US Airways account was only working this morning when I used my Dividend Miles password. However, after the balances were combined I had to use my AAdvantage password with my US account number. I ended up just changing the password to my more secure AA password (see –My AAdvantage Account was Hacked Multiple Times this Week! Scary Stuff & AA No Help!) and I’m currently using that with my legacy US account number. In the grand scheme of things this migration was extremely smooth and hopefully I’ll have access with my AAdvantage account number soon.
…here are those points that transferred, thanks Barclays for those last few cards!!!