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Old Mar 27, 14, 11:59 pm   #1
 
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April 2014 Promo - Fly oneworld Partners, Get DM Bonus Up To 25,000

I think someone pulled the tigger early since the promo says registration starts March 31 (and it looks live on March 28) and promo runs through June 30

http://shopping.usairways.com/promot...=hptxtus_21248

Fly oneworld partners and get bonus miles after you fly on more than 1. (Each partner only counts once)

Fly 1 = 0 Bonus
Fly 2 = 500 Bonus
Fly 3 = 2,500 Bonus
Fly 4 = 5,000 Bonus
Fly 5 = 15,000 Bonus
Fly 6 = 25,000 Bonus

Maybe I'm missing it but its not clear if award flights would count...
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Old Mar 28, 14, 1:24 am   #2
 
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I think someone pulled the tigger early since the promo says registration starts March 31 (and it looks live on March 28) and promo runs through June 30...

Maybe I'm missing it but its not clear if award flights would count...
I doubt it since they don't earn FF credit. But it looks like only one flight segment is needed for each qualification. And that multiple airlines on one ticket count as well (ie US to HKG: AA-JL outbound/CX-AA return = 3 OW airlines). Or someone can do a Euro-hop. BA/AB/AY/IB and I think LAN still has a tag-on flight from a SCL-MAD flight. I think it goes on to FRA or CDG.
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Old Mar 28, 14, 7:08 am   #3
 
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I doubt it since they don't earn FF credit. But it looks like only one flight segment is needed for each qualification. And that multiple airlines on one ticket count as well (ie US to HKG: AA-JL outbound/CX-AA return = 3 OW airlines). Or someone can do a Euro-hop. BA/AB/AY/IB and I think LAN still has a tag-on flight from a SCL-MAD flight. I think it goes on to FRA or CDG.
LAN has FRA-MAD
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Old Mar 28, 14, 8:15 am   #4
 
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That's a pretty steep ramp up in bonus - ZERO miles for one partner? And then only 500 for the second?? Who comes up with this stuff? How lame.
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Old Mar 28, 14, 8:42 am   #5
 
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That's a pretty steep ramp up in bonus - ZERO miles for one partner? And then only 500 for the second?? Who comes up with this stuff? How lame.
Because AA counts as one partner.
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Old Mar 28, 14, 8:59 am   #6
 
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Would CX and KA count as one or separate airlines?
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Old Mar 28, 14, 9:35 am   #7
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Would CX and KA count as one or separate airlines?
Take a minute with the T&Cs.

http://shopping.usairways.com/promot...=hptxtus_21248


oneworld partner operated flights are defined as a segment of regularly scheduled passenger air service operated by oneworld partner airlines Air Berlin (“AB”), American Airlines (“AA”), British Airways (“BA”), Cathay Pacific (“CX”), Finnair (“AY”), Iberia (“IB”), Japan Airlines (“JL”), LAN Airlines (“LA”), Malaysia Airlines (“MH”), Qantas (“QF”), Qatar Airways (“QR”), Royal Jordanian (“RJ”), S7 Airlines (“S7”) and all eligible oneworld affiliate carriers.
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Old Mar 28, 14, 9:59 am   #8
 
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Maybe I'm missing it but its not clear if award flights would count...
With years of promos, one should think they should have learnt to write clear t&c
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