Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Earn 50% bonus miles on American or US Airways

Now through March 2nd you can earn 50% bonus miles on USair and American Airlines flights.  As this is to promote the new codeshare agreement between the airlines, remember that if you are planning on flying on American you should register for the promotion via USair and vice versa.  Once the merger is complete all USair dividend miles will become AAdvantage miles.
Register for AA promo here
Register for USair promo here

AA details and terms:
Enjoy more choices and more miles! Now, you can earn AAdvantage miles when traveling on US Airways, and for a limited time, you will earn a 50% AAdvantage mileage bonus for travel on all US Airways flights. 
Through our merger with US Airways, we’re bringing you an expanded global network and greater schedule options with more than 6,700 daily flights to more than 330 cities in more than 50 countries. This includes better access to the East Coast through the US Airways Shuttle, which offers hourly departures from Boston Logan (BOS), Washington Reagan (DCA) and New York LaGuardia (LGA).
As we build the new American, we will bring you:
  • The ability to earn and redeem miles on each airline and on many of our oneworld/global partners
  • A codeshare agreement with US Airways that allows you to travel seamlessly on a single itinerary
  • More flights to more destinations
  • The most service across the East Coast and Central regions of the United States
  • A stronger network in the Western United States
  • Convenient gateways to Latin America and the Caribbean
So, start planning your next trip. Explore a new destination or enjoy more flights to existing destinations.
Participating Airlines:
US Airways
Bonus Miles
Offer Dates:
January 13, 2014, through March 2, 2014
Promotion Code:

Register by selecting the REGISTER button below.

Register Here

USAir Details and Terms:


Offer void where prohibited by law. Registration required. You must be a member of the Dividend Miles program to register for this offer. Registration begins on January 13, 2014 and will continue through March 2, 2014. Registration may occur at any point during the promotion to qualify for any eligible flight activity. Only flight activity on and between January 13, 2014 and March 2, 2014 is eligible. Bonus miles do not count toward Dividend Miles Preferred status.

Earning Miles:

Earn a 50% mileage bonus when you register and fly an American Airlines (“AA”) operated flights on and between January 13, 2014 and March 2, 2014. AA flight activity is defined as a segment of regularly scheduled passenger air service operated by American Airlines, Inc. including flights operated by “American Eagle” and “American Connection”. Please note that flights marketed as American Airlines, but operated by another carrier are not eligible to receive the 50% bonus miles. Please inquire prior to making your booking if your flight is operated by American Airlines. Please ensure you include your Dividend Miles number when you’re making your booking to receive mileage credit. The 50% mileage bonus will be applied only on base miles earned for the eligible AA flight activity, excluding any other bonus miles. Please allow up to 60 days for bonus miles to post to your Dividend Miles account. Further information regarding earning miles, rules and any restrictions can be found here: Dividend Miles Member’s Guide

Eligible Activity Date:

Only AA flight activity between January 13, 2014 and March 2, 2014 is eligible (“Eligible Activity Date”). Eligible Activity Date is based on the date that AA records the flight activity (the day the actual flight activity occurred), and is not when the flight was purchased or booked.

General Terms:

All Dividend Miles terms and conditions apply. Offer open to all Dividend Miles members except where prohibited by local law. Members may only participate in this offer with one Dividend Miles account. All Dividend Miles partner terms and conditions apply. Offer is subject to change without notice.

Register Here

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