The offer for 5% off at USAirways.com has been moved to a different link. Betcha they thought we couldn’t find it, huh?
New Lufthansa Visa offers 6000 signup points, no annual fee, and one mile per dollar spent. Pretty good for a no annual fee card! Lufthansa’s award chart isn’t the best for North American residents, though.
Test drive a new 2003 Jaguar X-TYPE through February 25, 2003 for 10,000 British Airways miles. Buy the car by March 12, 2003, and you’ll get an additional 80,000 British Airways miles.
Up to 10,000 bonus Alaska miles for travel on Northwest to Europe or Asia.
Speak Swedish? There’s a survey good for 500 SAS miles.
Fly Alaska and Northwest for up to 20,000 bonus miles.
Holy Smokes. USAirways goes berserk with double miles promos and fast tracks to elite status. These all appear like they were probably intended for specific targeted Dividend Miles members, but it looks like anyone can sign up. And while they may say “Cannot be combined with other bonus mile offers,” that often proves false. Earn Double Miles when flying US Airways and US Airways Express between February 4 and April 30, 2003 Earn Double Miles when flying US Airways and US Airways Express between March 1 and May 31, 2003. Earn Double Miles when flying US Airways and US Airways Express between March 1 and May 31, 2003. Fast Track to Silver and Earn Double Miles when flying US Airways and US Airways Express between February 4 and April 30, 2003. (Excludes US Airways Shuttle.)…
Fly full fare (Y, B, M) coach from Europe, Latin America, India, Japan, Turkey, or Russia to the US and back and earn up to 25,000 bonus Delta miles.
Gregg Easterbrook, who predicted the Challenger disaster in a 1980 article, has a new piece on the Space Shuttle and NASA’s problems. Well worth a read.
AT&T Wireless customers, pay your monthly bill by automatic electronic funds transfer and earn 1500 American Airlines miles.