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1,000 Free AA or US Miles for Dining Sign-up

by on February 22, 2011 · 2 comments

in American, Dining Programs, US Airways

As I’ve written about before, dining for miles programs are free, easy ways to accrue miles. The best part about these programs is that once your credit/debit card is linked, you automatically get miles posted to your accounts. For example, I went to lunch recently with no idea that the restaurant was a participant in the US Airways Dining Club. About a week later, I received an email explaining I earned 72 miles (I would have gotten 120 miles if I was a VIP member, but I haven’t gotten around to completing enough dines yet, though I should just buy 9 sodas as separate transactions from a participating restaurant).

Miles falling from the sky:

If you haven’t yet signed up for a program, consider 1,000 miles for American Airlines or 1,000 for US Airways dining.  Each require nominal effort to get the bonuses, like spending $25 on a meal and writing a review (twice).

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  • Deb

    Delta is offering 1,100 skymiles for signing up for their dining program. Only one review required.

    http://skymiles.rewardsnetwork.com/

  • Jon

    Another AA promotion: “Like” American Airlines on Facebook and you can win up to 100,000 miles through their Mystery Miles Journey promotion. I won 300 miles.

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