US Airways is back again with a 5,000 PQM bonus for joining the US Airways Club. This time, you must join between November 12 and 18, 2012, and enter promo code 5KPQM.

Terms & conditions apply. Offer valid November 12 – November 18, 2012. Offer available for new US Airways Club annual memberships and US Airways Club memberships that are eligible for renewal. Promotion code 5KPQM must be mentioned or entered when enrolling or renewing the membership in the US Airways Club to receive the bonus miles and price discount. New club members and club members renewing that use promotion code 5KPQM will receive 5,000 bonus Preferred-qualifying miles. For new club member enrollments, the $50 initiation fee will be waived. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer. If buying online, please allow up to 7 days for processing. All US Airways Club and Dividend Miles terms and conditions apply.

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3 Responses

  1. I have a US Airways dividend miles membership account created when I opened a Barclay US airway credit card. Is this US Airways Club something different than the US Airways dividend miles membership. Just wondering If I can be eligible for club membership with $50 waived and 5000 PQ miles. Also, how is PQM different from dividend miles or are they same?

  2. @Flyer, Dividend Miles is the frequent flier program, and US Airways Club is their airport lounge network. The preferred qualifying miles are good towards elite status. If you are not Dividend Miles elite, and aren’t close to earning status, it probably is not worth bothering with this promo.

  3. You, my friend, ROCK! I found just the info I already searched everywhere and just couldn’t locate it. What a great site.

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