2,000 US Airways Miles at Participating Marriotts

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Through December 26, 2011, you can earn 2,000 US Airway miles per stay at participating JW Marriott, Renaissance Hotels, and Marriott Hotels & Resorts. You must first register for this promotion and then reserve your stay by October 31, 2011. This bonus can be earned at maximum of 5 stays for a total of 10,000 US Airway miles.

The caveat is that currently Marriott is running their Fall Megabonus promotion and More Stays, More Miles promotion. You will not be able to double dip and get the points for multiple promotions.

Since each promotion has a maximum number of stays/nights needed to earn the full potential, you are able to switch back and forth between promotions to maximize your earning potential. For the Fall Megabonus you must pay with a Visa credit card and ensure your earning preference is set to points. For the More Stays, More Miles promotion along with this US Airways promotion, you can use any credit card/payment method to receive the bonus points, but you must make sure to change your earning preference to miles. For the US Airways promotion, you must have US Airways listed as your mileage preference and for the More Stays, More Miles promotion, you must select one of the participating airlines: British Airways Executive Club, Delta Airlines SkyMiles,
GOL/Varig Smiles,  LANPASS, Lufthansa Miles & More, United Airlines Mileage Plus.

To change your earning preference: Go into My Account Overview > Profile > Edit Earning Preferences. Select either the points or miles option. If you select miles, select your airline option of choice and enter your frequent flyer number. A customer service representative can also change your earning preference for you.

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