Tuesday - Jun 18, 2019

Earn 50% bonus with Barclays US Airways Mastercard

Barclays is running a targeted promotion, where you can 50% bonus on the miles earned for purchases made with Barclays US Airways Master card between March 01, 2015 and June 30, 2015. This means you will earn 1.5 miles per dollar on all purchases and 3 miles per dollar for purchases with AA or US Airways.

Since this is a targeted promotion, you need to login to your Barclays account and check if you are targeted.

Step 1: Login in to your Barclays US Airways account

Step 2: Look for the banner ” Register now to earn 50% more miles

Look for the banner "Register for 50% bonus"
Look for the banner “Register now to earn  50% more miles”


Step 3: Register for the promotion


Check the box and click  Submit to enroll in the promotion

Check the box and click Submit to enroll in the promotion



Step 4: Receive Confirmation


Confirmation of successful enrolling

Confirmation of successful enrollment


Complete terms and Conditions

Offer is valid for select cardmembers and is not transferable. Qualified cardmembers who register by June 30, 2015, will earn a 50% bonus on the miles they earned on purchases with their card between March 1, 2015, and June 30, 2015 (the promotional period) up to a maximum of 10,000 miles. Bonus miles will not apply to miles earned from other promotions during this period. To be eligible for this offer, the cardmember’s account must be open, active and in good standing throughout the entire promotional period and they must have registered for this promotion by June 30, 2015. Purchases made during periods when your account is delinquent, or your account is otherwise not in good standing as defined in your Cardmember Agreement do not qualify for this offer. Your bonus miles will appear on your statement 6-8 weeks after the end of the promotion



This is an easy promotion and make sure to enroll if you are targeted, even if you are not targeted.

If you do not have a Barclays US Airways Master card , consider signing up for this card as this card will no longer be available once the merger completes between AA and US Airways


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