US Airways and American Hop into Targeted Double EQM Fray

Aug 6, 2010

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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 matched the promo from SANPIT, RDU and STL and added RIC, BOS and Delta hub MSP. I like US Airway’s promotion the best because you don’t have to originate in the cities. So if you live in NYC and fly to each for business meetings, you still get credit.

I’d encourage everyone to sign up for them, because it can’t hurt. Airline IT, especially for frequent flyer programs are always messy, so hope for an EQM bump in your favor!

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