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The 100% bonus offer on purchased US Airways miles is back for the month of July. This is a more targeted offer but I was able to access the terms of the 100% bonus which means you can buy enough miles for an award to Europe or South America in Business Class for only ~$1,881.25. This offer requires the member to purchase between 30,000 and 50,000 to get the 100% bonus.
How To Get 100% Bonus
- Navigate To The US Airways Purchase / Gift website and log in to your account to see if you’ve been targeted for the 100% bonus
Potential Uses Of Miles
Maxing out this promotion means you can buy enough miles for a Business Class award ticket to Europe or South American for only $1,881.25 (plus award booking fees). Plus, with the 40,000 mile offer after your first purchase with the The US Airways® Premier World MasterCard®, you’ll have more than enough miles to get to the South Pacific in Business Class.
American Airlines Transcontinental award tickets in their new First Class Flat-Bed product which I blogged about here can be had for the low low price of only ~$940 plus the award booking fees ($35) if you purchase the miles required for the award (25,000 + 25,000 bonus). There is still a route that is bookable for this First Class seat that I’m aware of and should be available until next month.
- Purchase miles until July 31, 2014
- Must buy between 30,000 and 50,000 to get the 100% bonus
- Bonus miles will be awarded upon completion of the transaction
- Price of miles is $.035 plus 7.5% tax
You can look at other redemption options by clicking on the US Airways award chart below.
These offers come around from time to time and are a great way to top off your account if you are looking for an award. Consider topping off your account or picking up enough US Airways miles for your next award to fly in style.
If you are looking for American Airlines miles, make sure you check out the 40,000 mile offer after your first purchase with the The US Airways® Premier World MasterCard®, these miles will be merged with American Airlines miles during the integration of American Airlines and US Airways. There is always the 30,000 offer for the Citi® Platinum Select® / AAdvantage® World MasterCard® as well.
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