A new application for the US Airways MasterCard has popped up, offering 40k miles on first purchase.

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Application Link: US Airways 40k Offer

  • 40,000 Bonus Miles after your first purchase
  • Earn up to 10,000 Bonus Miles when you transfer a balance within 90 days of account opening (Do not do this. The 3% transfer fee is more expensive than the miles are worth!)
  • Earn 2 miles per $1 on US Airways purchases. Earn 1 mile per $1 spent everywhere else
  • EXCLUSIVE: Redeem flights for 5,000 fewer miles.
    Reward travel now starts at only 20,000 miles
  • Annual companion certificate good for up to
    2 companion tickets at $99 each, plus taxes and fees
  • First class check-in
  • One complimentary US Airways Club® day pass
    every year
  • All of this and more for a low $89 annual fee (NOT waived the first year)

This is the best offer on the US Airways MasterCard.

I like it much better than the 35k offer because this offer has a higher bonus and does not give a confusing error message upon submission.

The US Airways MasterCard is ideal for people who want US Airways miles to use on its super cheap award chart and for people who want American Airlines miles, since US Airways will become American Airlines miles in the near future.

Don’t miss out on this great offer. We have seen 40k bonus mile US Airways offers in the past, but not for about a year. This may be the last chance to get 40k bonus miles on the card.

Hat Tip to MileValue reader Ken! Keep the tips coming, guys!

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