US Airways is offering up to a 100% bonus on hotel stays and car rentals credited to your Dividend Miles account between November 12 and December 31. Registration required.

The bonus is available on up to 10 activities during the promotion period, and the more activity credited to your account the bigger the bonus you earn.

  • 1 – 2 hotel stays/car rentals = 25% bonus miles
  • 3 – 4 hotel stays/car rentals = 50% bonus miles
  • 5 – 6 hotel stays/car rentals = 75% bonus miles
  • 7 – 10 hotel stays/car rentals = 100% bonus miles

Only the first 10 transactions (based on activity date) count towards the bonus, and the cumulative bonus you earn will apply to all of those transactions credited to your account. Activity must be reported by February 28 to qualify for the bonus.

This deal could be really interesting in conjunction with the Avis 3000 mile offer on a 3-day rental if the price of that rental is right.

  1. Jonathan said,

    My local airport location has three day rentals for $36, plus double that in taxes and fees. Even with the bonus, I won’t be going out of my way for this one. The recent share bonus promo was less work but about the same level deal.

  2. MSPDeltaDude said,

    Hmm… Does this have anyone thinking about a size small ones and then a big one.

  3. Mary Beth said,

    I think the 3000 Avis offer is only for US Air Elites. Is that still the case or were the terms changed?

  4. Gary said,

    @Mary Beth I am not a US Airways elite and have been using the bonus since it came out

  5. Deal Of The Day – November 14, 2012 | Frugal Travel Guy said,

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  6. arcticbull said,

    I was hoping I could just transfer SPG miles 7-10 times but it does specifically say hotel transfers are excluded :( Stays only. Still makes me sad.

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