Renting with Enterprise? Get 10x US Airways Miles

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New offer from US Airways: Register and pay for an Enterprise rental with your US Airways Mastercard, 10 miles for every $ spent.

For fans of Enterprise, this is great for two reasons.

  1. Enterprise rarely partners with any hotel or airline to earn miles & points for rentals. According to, Priority Club is currently the only option.
  2. The offer is independent of other options. You can double dip on the earnings by getting 2% cashback through Mr. Rebates or Ebates or even better, 2 points per $ through the Ultimate Rewards Shopping portal, or even 2 Priority Club points.

So a $100 rental could now net you 1,000 US Airways miles and 200 UR points.

I used to always rent from Enterprise years ago, but now I’m not a fan. They are kind to renters under 25 — the extra fees are reasonable and they often won’t even it. They also have some of the friendliest customer service.

I just couldn’t take their hard sell for extra insurance and coverage. My last rental with them was when a rep at MSP told me because of nearby road construction I was guaranteed to pay the $250 deductible if I didn’t buy extra coverage and got flecks of  tar on the car.

However, if the hard sell isn’t a problem and there’s no nearby road construction, this is a good way to get extra miles renting with them.


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