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Is this a US Airways dividend miles usage correct?

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Is this a US Airways dividend miles usage correct?

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Most airlines do allow persons to purchase miles directly from the airline, which can then be used to redeem for flights. US Airways is no exception — they do sell miles at a rate of 2.75 cents per mile (though right now, they have a bonus where the first 50,000 miles purchased are effectively half price if they’re purchased before March 31). According to the page linked below, a business class ticket from Australia to Europe would cost 120,000 miles — these miles, if purchased before March 31, would cost US$1375 for the first 100,000 miles (50,000 @0.0275, plus 50,000 free) and $550 for the remaining 20,000 miles, or US$1925 total (plus any processing fees that may apply for the transaction). Assuming that US would allow that many miles to be purchased (many airlines limit the amount of purchased miles in a year per account), these miles could then be used to redeem for the award you want. (Of course, you’d have to find award availability on the dates and routes you want, which is u

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