A Working Link to the 50k US Airways Card, Today at Least


Here’s Barclaycard’s page listing “all” its credit cards. Conspicuously absent from the list is the US Airways card.

We know that The US Airways® Premier World MasterCard® will no longer be offered to new applicants as soon as the US Airways and American Airlines frequent flyer programs integrate, some time in the next 23 days. That means that the chance to earn 50,000 bonus miles after first purchase on this card will disappear soon.

All US Airways miles not redeemed on the US Airways chart by the time of integration will become American Airlines miles, and the US Airways card itself will become an American Airlines card issued by Citi.

I’ve mentioned it dozens of times, but you don’t want to miss getting the US Airways card and its 50,000 bonus miles. American Airlines miles are super valuable, so getting 50,000 miles after first purchase and the payment of an $89 fee is a no brainer. Plus, at the same time, you can get the American Airlines personal and business cards for over 100,000 more American Airlines miles.

Some credit card offers in this post have expired, but they might come back. If they do they will appear –> Click here for the top current credit card sign up bonuses.

Right now the personal Citi® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® MasterCard® comes with 50,000 bonus miles after spending $3,000 in the first three months. The card also comes with other awesome benefits like a 10% rebate on miles used for award bookings.

The business version, the CitiBusiness® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® World MasterCard®, also comes with 50,000 bonus miles after spending $3,000 in the first three months. This card comes with 2x miles on select business purchases and a 5% miles bonus on renewal. One person can have both cards.

Getting all three cards now and meeting their spending requirements means you will have at least 156,000 American Airlines after meeting their minimum spending requirements.

This is possibly the last time I’ll be reminding you about this mega deal because the US Airways card has disappeared from Barclaycard’s website. My friend even messaged by at 12:30 AM today saying he’d “heard” that the ability to get the US Airways card had ended today at midnight. Well that’s not true.

Here is a working link to the 50k US Airways card offer.

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Who knows how long that will last? I would treat the offer like it could end today and will certainly end in the next three weeks. If you haven’t gotten it yet and want to, get it now.

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  1. What are your thoughts on a last-ditch application for a second card? Have had the first one for nearly 2 years but don’t want to risk the credit pull for nothing. Have people had success lately?

    • Airline cards are easier to get than more ‘premium’ cards, but I wouldn’t even know how to estimate a percentage chance.

  2. I believe the following statement in the post is inaccurate:

    “and the US Airways card itself will become an American Airlines card issued by Citi”

    It appears Barclays is converting the card to a Barclays-branded Red Aadvantage Aviator card.

    The is what appears to be an updated Citi campaign for the existing AAdvantage card; in the Dallas Admirla lounge today is a new “Passport” branded sign, and the website uses this language as well.


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