Up to 4,000 Miles for US Airways Dividend Miles Sign Up

by on March 12, 2011 · 6 comments

in Social Media, US Airways

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US Airways is offering 2,000 miles for simply signing up for a free Dividend Miles account.  This deal is technically for new members, but as long as you use a different address and email address, you should be fine. They are also throwing in another 2,000 miles if you book and fly on US Airways flight within 30 days of enrolling.

US Airways miles are pretty valuable and can be redeemed on any of the Star Alliance member airlines, well as a number of partners like Qatar and Royal Jordanian.

Now is also a good time to sign up since US Airways runs a yearly lucrative promotion called Grand Slam, where they give away tons of miles for relatively cheap partner activity. I wonder if they will make it harder this year, but in the last couple years, I’ve banked  several hundred thousand US Airways miles.

US also restricts a lot of their buy miles promotions, like their current 100% bonus, to those people who already have an account.

Overall, this is a no brainer, especially since Dividend Miles don’t expire for 18 months and its really easy to extend their expiration (like buying a song on iTunes).

Offer details:

“Gather ’round fans and followers. We know you’re not a Dividend Miles member yet, but we think a few thousand bonus miles might entice you.

Sign up for Dividend Miles March 9 – 31, 2011, and you’ll get an exclusive bonus — 2,000 miles! Then, book a flight within 30 days of enrolling and get another 2,000 bonus miles (on top of the miles you earn just from flying). So, if you fly roundtrip from Philadelphia to Los Angeles you’ll get over 9,000 miles.*

Here’s how:

  • Enroll in Dividend Miles
  • Enter promo code TF11

Terms & Conditions

*All Dividend Miles terms and conditions apply. Offer is valid March 9, 2011 through March 31, 2011. 2,000 bonus miles will be posted to the new account upon enrollment. Additional 2,000 bonus miles will be posted to the same account if a flight is purchased and ticketed within 30 days of joining and flown within 6 months of the purchase date. The additional flight miles will be determined by the city pairs flown. Flight must be booked on and be operated by US Airways, US Airways Express and US Airways Shuttle. Members with existing Dividend Miles accounts are not eligible for this offer. These miles do not count toward preferred status and are not combinable with any other offer. Please allow up to 2 weeks for bonus miles to be credited to your account.”

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  • Tim

    Thanks again Points guy!
    Any way to then merge my existing US Airways Dividend Miles account with this new one I just scored 2000 miles in?


  • Worldtraveller2

    Tim . . . my question exactly! Points Guy answer?

  • Roofer

    Do the first 2,000 miles show up immediately and the other 2,000 later (if you fly)? I signed up for a new account using the correct code,but my 2,000 initial miles aren’t showing. The wording makes it sound like they should be there instantly.

  • The Points Guy

    @Tim/Worldtraveller2- Technically no, though you can try waiting a while and asking them to merge accounts. It will probably help your cause if you get some other activity in your new account, like a couple Dividend Miles Mall purchases so it doesn’t make it seem really obvious that you just wanted to get the new member bonus and then merge. I don’t see any harm in trying since its free to sign up.

    @Roofer- it will probably take a week or so for the miles to post.

  • pinkbillows

    This promo code didn’t work for me just now. Any news on whether or not it was pulled prematurely?

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