When the player left to join Villa, there was a clause that included a payment after his first international appearance.
Mings made his debut for England in the 6-0 win in Bulgaria this week.
And the Telegraph says that it means Bournemouth will get an extra £250,000 from their Premier League rivals.
The payments will continue if Mings plays three more games for England, as the clause stipulated £250,000 for each of his first four international appearances.
Mings struggled for game time at Bournemouth, but has turned around his career since joining Villa.