If you’re looking for extra miles for your US Airways Dividend Miles account or planning on traveling to or from Washington, DC, from July 7 – September 30, 2012, in celebration of their new DCA service, US Airways is offering double miles to or from Washington, DC on US Airways that begin or end in Washington, DC (Reagan National Airport).
3 Easy Steps to Double Miles:
1) Book your US Airways flight between July 7 – August, 5, 2012.
2) Travel between July 7 – September 30, 2012
3) Check your Dividend Miles account in one to two weeks after travel has been completed to see the double miles posted. No registration is required.
You can read more details about the double miles to or from Washington, DC on US Airways promotion here. Two things to keep to consider: connections are ineligible to earn the double miles; same day returns are considered connections.
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