Wednesday 06 Jan 2016

LIMITED TIME 50k US Airways Mastercard after 1st Purchase, & 80,000 Hilton American Express Surpass offers!

US Airways Limited Time 50k Offer!

2 Sick new limited time offers real quick, check it out!


  • *LIMITED TIME* 50,000 US Airways Dividend Miles from the Barclays Premier World Mastercard after your FIRST PURCHASE and payment of $89 annual fee! (They’ve already pulled my affiliate link on 12/10/14 so this may not last much longer!)  $89 Annual fee 1st year. Earn 2 miles per dollar on US Airways & AA purchases & 1 mile per $ on everything else. First checked bag free for you + up to 4 companions on domestic US Airways flights. One $99 companion ticket annually, preferred check in & boarding. These miles will turn into American Airline miles by the 2nd quarter of 2015, so this is an amazing deal either way you look at it for only spending $89! US Airways is now part of the Oneworld alliance so you can book AA flights with these!  CLICK HERE TO APPLY


  • 80,000 Hilton HHonors points & Gold Status from the American Express Surpass credit card after spending $3,000 in the first 3 months. This comes with Hilton Gold status which includes free internet and breakfast on your Hilton stays along w/bonus points, and possible room upgrades which can be quite valuable. Earn 12 Hilton points per $1 spent at Hilton, 6 at restaurants, & 3pts on all other spend. Earn Hilton Diamond status (the highest available) by spending $40,000 in a calendar year.  Annual fee of $75 is NOT waived 1st year but the Gold Status may be worth it to you. CLICK HERE TO APPLY 


If you’re looking for more American Airlines miles, US Airways miles, or OneWorld miles, that US Airways card is as good as it gets right now considering the miles are awarded after making just 1 purchase & paying the $89 annual fee. What can 50k US Airways miles currently get you? 2 round-trip flights within ALL of South America (LAN Airlines!), 2 round-trip flights in the States, a round-trip flight from the US to Hawaii (with spare change), and of course r/t to the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, etc. also with change.  I’ll pay $89 all day for a round-trip flight to Hawaii or 2 r/t’s in the states!! Insane. We don’t know how much longer the US Airways card will be around since the merger with AA is almost entirely finished and all future AA cards will only be issued by Citibank. I’d suggest applying soon. I applied today and was approved instantly for my 4th US Airways Mastercard. :)

The Hilton Surpass offer is the highest we’ve seen it at 80,000 so if you need Hilton HHonors POINTS, like, say, for 3 weeks in Hilton hotels in Egypt, then this is a great offer. However, if you’re just looking for free nights at their top end resorts, the Citi Hilton Reserve card is probably your best bet. Keep in mind the personal American Express cards are now once in a lifetime offers – cannot be churned. I already have this card or I would’ve jumped on this offer as well. There are many other Hilton offers on my Top Deals page. Enjoy!

– David


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  1. Deborah March says:

    Looks like this is available ONLY to US citizens…too bad…

    • admin says:

      Most premium cards from US issuers are that way unfortunately :/
      The sweet spot when living abroad is to just be on a visa and use your US registered address to apply.

  2. Yeah. Most premium cards from US issuers are that way unfortunately :/
    The sweet spot when living abroad is to just be on a visa and use your US registered address to apply.

  3. Ana Cuji says:

    I am a US citizen but have only an Ecuadorian address–no US address on record to avoid state income taxes. No way around this??

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