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I Won 10,000 US Airways Miles

by on April 2, 2011 · 10 comments

in Free Miles/ Points, star alliance, US Airways

In January I wrote about this Star Alliance contest in which the grand prize was free business class round-the-world tickets. The award email initially looked like spam, so make sure to keep you eyes peeled for messages from “SAUA prize fulfillment team <[email protected]>”!

While I didn’t win the grand prize, I did get an email notifying me I won 10,000 US Airways miles, which is greatly appreciated since I am 10,000 miles away from the award level I need! Plus, I’m sure I would have had to pay ridiculous taxes on the business class ticket prize, so I’m happy with my little miles payday. Did anyone else win anything?


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  • Kevin

    Congrats!

  • johndeere19

    I won 10k US too…don’t remember my guess though, what was yours?

  • heidi

    Congrats!! I was out of luck on this one. Checked my junk mail couldn’t find anything :(

  • Chris

    I got a lump of coal :(

  • The Points Guy

    @Johndeere19- I think my guess was somewhere around the average Star Alliance flight being 1,200 miles or so. What was your guess?

  • The Points Guy

    PS I think its amazing that there were only 5 10,000 mile prizes and we represent two of them!

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  • Aaron S.

    I won a free economy flight off this promotion! Still, I wish the three of us here would have won the grand prize!

  • http://puttylike.com Emilie

    It says I won 1,000 miles, but when I logged in I didn’t see anything. Any idea what’s going on?

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