US Airways MasterCard Application Being Pulled April 12, 2015?

| Updated: March 12, 2015
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There’s been a lot of speculation on when the US Airways MasterCard will no longer be offered. It was thought that by the end of March the application would be pulled, however per a post on Reddit Churning it appears that the US Airways MasterCard application may be expiring on April 12, 2015.

Is The US Airways MasterCard Application Being Pulled April 12
The US Airways MasterCard may be pulled on April 12, 2015


US Airways MasterCard Ending Soon?

US Airways has sent out emails with the current 50,000 bonus mile offer on the card saying to “Apply by April 12, 2015.” This may be the last chance to grab the card and earn 50,000 US Airways miles, so it’s probably better to apply sooner than later.

Link: US Airways Premier World MasterCard

The US Airways MasterCard is currently offering 50,000 US Airways bonus miles after the first purchase and paying the $89 annual fee. You can expect these miles to be converted into American Airlines AAdvantage miles after the two airlines complete their merger.

This is a great chance to earn some extra miles on a card that will disappear in the next few weeks. If you already have a US Airways card it may be possible to be approved for another one, or it may be possible to close your current card and apply for a new one. Let me know in the comments if you’ve successfully had more than one US Airways card.

Also, don’t forget that if you are an existing US Airways cardmember you can still refer-a-friend to the 50,000 mile offer to earn up to 50,000 bonus miles yourself!

Hat tip: /r/churning user ghenne04

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