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Double Miles on US Airways

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Double Miles on US Airways

If you’re looking for extra airline miles, now’s your chance.  From now through December 31, 2012  you can earn double miles on US Airways.

To earn the double miles, you must you pay with a Mastercard.

And if you’re a US Airways Dividend Miles MasterCard® holder, you will earn double Preferred-qualifying miles.

Registration prior to travel using promotion code MCDM is required.

4 Easy steps to Double Miles on US Airways:

  • Register for double miles on US Airways
  • Book your flights online by October 31, 2012
  • Travel by December 31, 2012
  • Use your MasterCard card to book your trip and get double bonus miles  OR use your US Airways Dividend Miles MasterCard card to book your trip and get double Preferred-qualifying miles

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