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50-100% Bonus US Airways Miles When You Pay With Mastercard

October 13, 2010

They aren’t elite (preferred) qualifying miles, but its better than nothing! You get a 50% bonus for using any Mastercard and 100% if you use a US Airways branded Mastercard. Registration required. Book Oct 1- Dec 15 and fly Oct 1- Dec 15. US Airways was the first airline I ever achieved elite status and I’ve […]

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US Airways Grand Slam Update

October 9, 2010

Its that time of year- the senseless Grand Slam purchases start rolling in (along with the thousands of bonus miles!). I guess you could say that its like Christmas for a mileage junkie. I’ve currently completed 29 “hits” for the Grand Slam Promotion so only 7 more to go to hit the 100,000 mile bonus. […]

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US Airways and American Hop into Targeted Double EQM Fray

August 6, 2010

I recently wrote about Delta’s targeted Double Elite Qualifying Promotion and bonuses for hub travel, for flights originating from Pittsburgh, Nashville, St. Louis and Raleigh-Durham. American simplified the promo by offereding double elite qualifying and triple redeemable miles for the same cities (register for each using these links PIT, RDU, BNA, STL US Airways recently […]

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Star Alliance Business Class US to Europe for $1,478- ends July 31

July 30, 2010

Star Alliance member US Airways is currently running a 100% bonus on purchased miles. So, for less than $1500 you can buy 50,000 miles and with the bonus (which posts immediately), you end up with 100k- enough for a Swiss/Lufthansa/Continental/United/US flight to Europe in business class. That’s just one example and you certainly don’t have […]

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Should I buy back my expired frequent flyer miles?

July 28, 2010

One of the deadly sins of frequent flyer miles is letting them expire . That word alone makes me shiver. However, we are all busy these days and if you stop flying an airline, its easy to forget about expiration dates and keeping the account active. In reality, most airlines have shopping malls, so buying […]

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