Get A 100% Mileage Bonus When You Buy USAirways Miles!


Update: Offer ends tomorrow (08/15)!

Originally posted on 07/21:

Offer Linky (Exp: 08/15)

USAirways Award Chart Linky

USAirways Star Alliance Award Chart Linky

USAirways normally sells miles for 2.5 cents per mile.  With this offer you will get them at 1.25 cents per mile, plus a $30 processing fee.  There is a limit of 50,000 bonus miles when you purchase 50,000 miles.

50,000 miles is enough for a ticket from the US-Europe on any Star Alliance carrier in coach, and 80,000 miles will get you to Europe in business class on any Star Alliance carrier.

For Israel it takes 80,000 in coach and 120,000 in business class.

Continental is leaving Skyteam for Star Alliance in October…


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should i get the usairways credit card with 25000 miles then use this offer and have a free ticket to isreal


what is the cheapest way to go to isreal starting from scratch ex: credit cards bones miles and which airline to focas on thanx


Just in case some of you are planning opening an account and buying this miles. This offer is only valid for people that had an account before this promotion came out. Anybodz signing up now is not eligible to buy them and get the bonus.
But its a great deal


Where does it say that???



I know this is off-topic, but in the comments from your AA 2 million miles post, you mentioned that you spent 10k on each card to meet spending threshold for a total of 45k miles. I assume that you mean 25k for signing up (after $750 spending) and then 10k spending and a 10k bonus for that spending. If I am correct in my assumption where can I find such an offer, I have not seen any offer that give bonuses after spending 10k. The only similar offer is SPG’s 15k in 6 months. Please explain more details on the 10k spending threshold you mentioned.



I was waiting for someone to ask me about that, nice deductive reasoning 🙂

It was from a targeted link that AA sent me.


@Yossi: Where does it say that???


I don’t get it. I know this promo is over but it leads to a timely question for me: You say that these miles are enough for any Star Alliance flight – however, how do you transfer US Airways miles to another Star Alliance partner?! I have to figure this out….. how do you transfer any miles to any partner airline… such as, now I have Continental miles I want to put into my Delta account, how can I do that? Can I do that? Do I have to trade with someone?

Can you write something about that?!