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If you sign up for a US Airways account and fly 8 segments within 90 days, they are offering up to 25,000 miles. Register here. Hurry, you have to sign up by January 15th, 2010.
Join now and you could get 25,000 miles.
Now’s the time to join Dividend Miles. Every time you fly in your first 90 days, you’re one step closer to award travel. All you have to do is join.
Fly at least one segment and you’ll get an extra 500 miles in your Dividend Miles account. If you fly 8, we’ll fast forward you to 25,000 miles, and that equals an award ticket.
Take 2 roundtrip flights, each with a connection, and you’ll have 8 segments – it’s that easy.
- Join Dividend Miles between October 19, 2009 and January 15, 2010.
- Fly between 1 and 7 segments during your first 90 days and you’ll get 500 bonus miles.
- Fly 8 or more segments during your first 90 days and we’ll ‘round-up your miles’ to 25,000 miles, enough for a domestic roundtrip award ticket.
The 8 segments could be an easy goal to hit. Trying adding a few extra stops on your next flight using multi-city search functionality on ITA Software.
Terms and Conditions
500 miles will be awarded to each member’s account if the member flies US Airways within 90 days of enrolling in the Dividend Miles program. The 25,000 mile bonus is calculated as flight mileage plus a dynamic amount that when added together equal 25,000 miles. If a member travels 8 or more segments and 24,000 miles or more on US Airways within 90 days of enrolling in the Dividend Miles program they will receive 5,000 bonus miles in lieu of the 25,000 bonus mile ’round-up.’ Travel must be credited to the member’s Dividend Miles account. The offer is only valid for new Dividend Miles members who enroll online at usairways.com or via TextUS. Miles will be posted once, after the 90 day period following enrollment. Miles do not count towards Preferred status. Activity must take place during the first 90 days post enrollment – retroactive flight credits do not qualify. Activity must be on US Airways, US Airways Shuttle, or US Airways Express (airline partner activity does not qualify) and only flight miles count towards the calculation of bonus miles. 25,000 bonus miles is enough to qualify for a capacity-controlled domestic US award roundtrip ticket. Please see the terms & conditions of the Dividend Miles program to learn more about redeeming miles for travel. All terms & conditions of the Dividend Miles program apply. Mileage credit will be calculated based upon the distance from origin to final destination, regardless of the number of stops on nonstop and direct flights.
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