Blog Giveaway: 20,000 US Airways Miles!

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Thanks for being the best blog readers!  This week we’re giving away 20,000 US Airways miles!

Us Air Acquire American Airlines

You Could Win 20,000 US Airways Miles That will Become American Miles

US Airways is joining the oneworld alliance on March 31, 2014 as part of their merger with American Airlines.

You can still redeem US Air miles for travel on any of the Star Alliance airlines as long as you book by March 30, 2014.

How to Enter:

1. Leave a Comment

Please leave ONE comment on what you like or don’t like about the US Air and American Airlines merger.  I’ll pick 1 commenter who wins a 10,000 US Airways miles after the drawing closes at 10:00 pm Central Time on Saturday, January 18, 2014 (today).

2. Tweet

Follow Million Mile Secrets on twitter, and tweet once to @MilMileSecrets and tell me where you’d fly with your US Airways miles.  You have to follow @MilMileSecrets to be eligible.

Don’t forget to include the hashtag “#MMSUSGiveaway”

I’ll pick 1 tweeter who wins another 10,000 US Airways miles after the drawing closes at 10:00 pm Central Time on Saturday, January 18, 2014 (today).

Good luck!

Fine Print:  The maximum value of this giveaway is $591.  I make all the decisions regarding the giveaway and there is no appeal.  I’m not getting anything from US Airways and I’m giving away 20,000 in US Airways miles, so don’t make this hard for me!

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1,123 responses to “Blog Giveaway: 20,000 US Airways Miles!

  1. Dont like the merger, that means less competition and higher fares !

  2. Honestly, I’ve never flown US Airways; I’ve always flown American. But thanks to my new miles & points hobby which started with Daraius’ help a year ago, we now have 70K US Airways miles waiting to be used. Unfortunately for a family of 4, we need lots more, especially since we’ve just drained our AA miles for our (upcoming) Swiss vacation at the end of the summer (again, thanks to miles and points). Wouldn’t a win here be an awesome way to say happy miles & points anniversary and get some more miles back in the bank?! 🙂

  3. Gaurav Khanna

    I dislike the reduction in competition as a few people have said. On the plus side, it seems like new options are opening up for AA miles when taking a look at the award screens with US airways flights now bookable with AA miles so maybe there will be some benefits.

  4. What I dont like about the merger – less competition means higher fares, and it also means some people will loose their jobs.

  5. I’m looking forward to the expanded short-haul network on the east coast, bookable using Avios!

  6. I have never flown US Air, but have points. Now I may get to use them. Thanks for your blog.

  7. Robert from NC

    More choices on where to fly

  8. Additional routes!

  9. merging means less competition and innovation

  10. I like that it will be easier to redeem miles as there will be more flights.

  11. I don’t like the merger because the US Airways Award chart sweet spots like North America to North Asia for 90K miles in business class will be gone!

  12. Don’t like the merger because we will not be able to buy US miles for cheap!

  13. Tracy Eastridge

    Expands use of all my miles!

  14. I like that they are moving slowly,giving us plenty of time to adjust our plans, if need be. And giving us a couple more shots at getting miles that can be combined eventually.

  15. We can now call them US Americans!

  16. I had broken up with US Airways after a miserable flight from DCA to Charleston years ago ( so I’m less than thrilled with the merger with AA. My experience with their flight crews has always made me wish I was instead spending the day at the DMV. That said, US Air does have the best routes along the eastern sea board and as a regular AA flier, it will be nice to get miles when I have to fly into Charlotte or Philadelphia.

  17. I don’t like the meger since the are gonna eliminate direct flights from new yorks la guardia to cleveland or Detroit

  18. I’ve been calling US Air everyday to see how the partner award chart will look like post-integration. Would like to take advantage of the 90k roundtrip business class flights to Asia!

  19. I don’t like what it will do to DCA. I appreciated the diversity

  20. I like upping my combined total to a level that can cover five flyers. I don’t like loss of diversity.

  21. I can combine my points & go on more trips!

  22. Like having one less membership to track!

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