US Airways Club Membership Four Day Sale – Renewals Only

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The rumors I mentioned regarding a sale on US Airways Club memberships were true , but not in the way I had hoped.  There is indeed a brief sale on US Airways Club Memberships for $325 or $350 (seem to be two reports on price thus far) plus 3,000 Preferred-qualifying miles.  The catch is, your account must be eligible for renewal to get in on the sale.  I have never been a member, so I have no account to renew.  Boo!

Many current members were sent an email regarding this sale today, but at least one was able to just renew in a US Airways Club for the same discounted price.  So, if you are up for renewal and didn’t receive the email, you are probably still okay.  There is a place to enter the code in the email (or listed below) in a box near the credit card security number section on the renewal page.

Here are the Terms and Conditions from the email (copied from travelpye on Flyertalk – thanks!):
“Terms & conditions: Offer valid September 27 – 30, 2011. Offer only available to US Airways club memberships that are eligible for renewal. Promotion code RNW30 must be mentioned or entered when renewing the membership to receive promotional pricing and bonus miles. Club members renewing that use promotion code RNW30 will receive 3,000 bonus preferred qualifying miles. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer. All US Airways Club and Dividend Miles terms and conditions apply. “

My fingers are crossed that there is a discounted offer for new sign-ups coming soon!

Remember, if you haven’t already, enter to win a free night at the fabulous Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa here – contest ends 9/30/11 at 11:59PM CST!

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