Earn 1,000 Bonus Miles On US Airways Shuttle Flights

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From now until February 28 you can earn 1,000 bonus miles for each segment flown with US Airways Shuttle between Boston, New York LGA and Washington National DCA. Simply register for this promo with code SH1K prior to your flight.

The Bottom Line: The bonus miles earned from this promotion will not count toward Preferred status, but this is a great way to earn some extra bonus miles if you are flying on a US Airways Shuttle flight this month to or from Boston, New York LGA or Washington National DCA. You are essentially earning at least a 200% bonus on top of the normal awarded mileage flown or 500 base miles awarded on these flights.

All the details:
“Registration is required. Travel on any US Airways Shuttle flight between February 1 – 28, 2013 and earn 1,000 bonus miles for each segment flown. A US Airways Shuttle segment is any nonstop flight operated between Washington DC (DCA), New York City (LGA) and Boston. Customers with itineraries that do not contain a US Airways Shuttle flight are not eligible for bonus miles. Customers with itineraries that contain a US Airways Shuttle segment will only receive the bonus for that segment. For example, if you fly from New York (LGA) to Washington DC (DCA) to Phoenix, you’ll earn the promotional bonus only on the New York (LGA) to Washington, DC (DCA) US Airways Shuttle segment. Bonus is earned on base flight miles only on flights operated by US Airways Shuttle. Miles bonus will not count toward Preferred status. US Airways will award bonus miles one to two weeks after you register and travel has been completed. All Dividend Miles terms and conditions apply. US Airways reserves the right to interpret and apply all promotion rules.”

About The Author

Rand Shoaf

Rand Shoaf

Introduced to traveling at a young age, Rand has since traveled to over 45 countries. Learning how to maximize credit card sign-up bonuses in college has allowed him to earn millions of travel miles and points. Using the same tips and tricks he writes about here has ultimately allowed him to explore the word for pennies on the dollar.

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