Concert Tickets (Dead), 1,000 Priority Club Points, & 500 – 1,000 Bonus US Air Dividend Miles
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1. $50 Live Nation Cash or 2 general admission concert tickets
Via One Mile At a Time, if you have a North American Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) account you can get $50 towards a Live Nation show, and.or 2 general admission tickets.
If you don’t have an SPG account, you can sign up here.
You can use your $50 cash code towards merchandise, so perhaps now’s the time to get that overpriced Justin Timberlake t-shirt or the Elvis Leopard Slippers!
Update: Deal is dead.
(Hat Tip to One Mile At a Time!)
2. 1,000 bonus Priority Club points for downloading the Window’s phone app and making a reservation and staying in a Priority Club hotel
Reader MichealP alerted me to 1,000 bonus Priority Club points for downloading the Priority Club Window’s Phone App and making a booking by August 31, 2011 using the app.
Unfortunately, you also have to complete your stay by August 31, 2011 to get the bonus points, so this will not be of use to most folks unless you were planning on staying in a Priority Club hotel.
It appears that you can only earn the bonus once.
(Hat Tip to MichealP!)
3. 500 to 1,000 US Air miles when you use a MasterCard to book on US Airways
If you book and complete travel on US Air between August 1 & September 5, 2011 you will earn 500 bonus miles if you use ANY MasterCard or 1,000 bonus miles if you use a US Airways MasterCard.
Again, not of much use unless you are planning on making a US Air booking.
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