Last Chance: Earn up to 50,000 Miles with Referral

A few weeks ago, I wrote on an offer to earn up to 50,000 miles based on referring friends to the US Airways MasterCard, issued by Barclaycard.


Limited Time Offers Up To 50,000 Points

The referral offer ends January 18, so the person applying needs to be approved by then.

The annual fee is not waived on this card the first year, though the 50,000 bonus points will post after first purchase. 50,000 miles is enough for a round-trip domestic First Class trip, or a one-way Business Class trip to Europe, so compared to the $89 fee, this is still an incredibly lucrative offer. Plus, the person referring you will receive 10,000 bonus miles, which isn’t too shabby.

The person receiving the card will also enjoy:

  • First Checked Bag free
  • One-Time Companion Certificate, good for $99 as long as the first passenger has a base-fare ticket of more than $250.
  • Priority Boarding

This card will soon be going away after the US/AA merger is complete, so if you’re thinking about getting this card, now may be the time.

If you’re interested, I’d be appreciative to refer you to this card, that way you can receive the 50,000 mile offer, and I can receive the 10,000 bonus miles if you’re approved. Email me at JLarounis [at], or visit my contact page to let me know you’re interested, and I’ll send you a referral link for you to apply.

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