US Airways® Premier World MasterCard

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The US Airways® Premier World MasterCard is an airline credit card that offers up generous amounts of award miles. The US Airways® Premier World MasterCard Credit Card is issued by Barclay’s Bank of Delaware. Should you apply for the US Airways® Premier World MasterCard? Check out the US Airways® Premier World MasterCard reviews below from US Airways cardholders, check out the benefits of the US Airways Card below, and then be sure and use our credit card finder today!

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31 Cardholder Reviews for the “US Airways® Premier World MasterCard”

  1. Steve sedita says:
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    If you have a USAir Barclaycard cancel it. They are trying to charge you a late fee of $20 for their slow payment processing.

  2. Daniel Schreiner says:
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    I hate this card. I absolutely hate it. Worst customer service ever.
    They say they will waive the annual fee. They won’t. They charge it. You’ll call and ask if you can get that money restated faxing in proof that they said they’d waive. You’ll get your money back….7 months later and after calling them every month. This happened to both me and my wife two years in a row.
    Then, they’ll just close your account unexpectadely without verifiying that with you and you’ll be unable to reopen it. They just closed it – probably because I was always saying, “this is the worst credit card I’ve ever had”.
    I hate this card – its the bane of my existence.

  3. Miki Vuckovich says:
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    US Airways is absolutely THE worst airline my company has ever used. An employee missed a critical meeting not so much because of a cancelled flight, but because US Airways promised to place him on a partner airline’s subsequent flight, but never actually did. They led us to believe he was taken care of when they knew he was not. We could have booked a flight on Delta, we had confirmed that they had plenty of seats available, but didn’t because US Airways assured us that they had done so, that he was booked on that very flight. But when it came time to check in, our employee and 20 other passengers who were told the same thing by US Airways, in fact had not been booked to the Delta flight. Ultimately, after having him spend the night at an airport hotel (at our expense), we sent him home and cancelled the meeting, affecting dozens of people’s schedules and delaying one of our company’s major projects. Flights get cancelled, but it was US Airways’ incompetent handling of the situation and dishonest lip service that kept us from solving the problem ourselves. I won’t put our company and our employees in that position again. We will not fly US Airways under any circumstance. Even if another carrier is twice the price, it will be a much greater value to us.

  4. Jack Stone says:
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    We signed up in September 2010 on a flight to the Caribbean and stopped using all our other cards to accrue as many points as possible within the next 12 months so we could at least get one round-trip ticket with points. The deceptive advertising included earning enough points on the flight we were on to get a free round-trip for the same flight. Yeah, right. Ten months later, we still don’t have enough points. With 25,000 points, assuming all the Dividend Miles seats aren’t already sold out, you can buy the round-trip ticket. In every month except September, our chosen route required 60,000 points. Unless you travel and purchase extensively, this card is not worth it, particularly with its $89 annual fee. Any issues regarding the card must be answered by Barclays Bank. USAirways staff only sells the card on its flights; however, it offers absolutely no service and will not intervene if there is an issue with deceptive advertising or customer service.

  5. anthony ford says:
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    Worse card every, very high fees, high interest, Plus although they give 1 mile for each dollar on balance transfer, they charge you 3%, thats right 3% for the balance transfer fee. It is probably buried in the small print, but not mentioned on the application, where you request the transfer.

    Please dont touch it this card is toxic

  6. Rex Remes says:
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    I’ve never had any major problems with the card, and I haven’t used my miles yet so I don’t know if they will be difficult to use.

    However, I have to agree with one of the other comments … they cancelled my card suddenly (without notice). Said it was because I hadn’t used the card. I checked my records, and it had been about 11 months of non-use. Does that warrant auto-cancellation?

  7. Rick M. says:
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    Not very enamouring comments from any of the bloggers … bad news for USPrayer

  8. D.S says:
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    Worst card ever! Bate and Switch tactics were used on us to get us to apply while in flight. The promise of a free ticket was confirmed when we called in the spring of 2011 and then when we went to book it in October, somehow they just didn’t know what we were talking about. The cost of tickets for the buy one get one for $99 deal is really high and with the card having an annual fee, it seems to me that ANYONE could get a better deal on any travel site. STAY AWAY FROM US AIRWAYS MASTERCARD, THE COMPANY IS UNETHICAL AND TAKES ADVANTAGE OF PEOPLE.

  9. SS says:
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    I signed up on the plane. My FICO is 741, but yet I qualified for 24% interest rate. It also states if I make a late payment, this will increase to 30%.
    The annual fee is $88. Sounds high. I tried to log on to the system several times, but keep getting locked out, and need to try again after 24 hrs. Im disappointed, and think Im going to cancel for a cheaper card. One mistake with them sounds tooo costly, hence not worth the dividend miles at the end of the day.

  10. Frank N. says:
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    Stay away from this card!!! 1 Mile per Dollar spent, interest rates that I consider stealing and $90 annual fee. I was never really happy with this but had no idea how bad that was until I started comparing with other airline credit cards. One time they waived the annual fee as I was asking them to rethink their interest rates or close my account. The second time they told me they would waive it but then charged me anyway. I’m traveling a lot outside the US and wasted hundreds of Dollars for foreign transaction fees. What a rip-off!! Every time I called customer service they tried to sell me some additional rubbish I wouldn’t need anyway. $99 companion ticket is a joke! I never used it because I found cheaper airfares online for where I was going with my family. I’m glad I finally did the right thing and closed the account.

  11. Linda Kottis says:
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    The same thing happened to my husband and me that happened to Jack Stone and D.S. On a July 7, 2011 flight to Providenciales, the flight attendant said that applying, paying the annual fee, and paying for at least 1 purchase with the card would give us a trip to Providenciales, and as a SPECIAL promotion, if we turned in our application on that flight, we would get enough miles for a trip to Hawaii. We got 30,000 miles, and after complaining twice, all I got was a repetition of their standard program (no SPECIAL promotion acknowledgement) although I did get a comment that alot of people were telling the Customer Service Center the same thing I was. It looks like this is a long-term strategy with US Airways to induce people to apply in-flight by promising things they have no intention to deliver. I don’t like dealing with businesses like that and I am not going to use this card; probably not the miles, either.

  12. William Mogensen says:
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    I got the promo on a flight to Aruba. The attendants also represented that I could use the miles for a round trip to Aruba (35,000 miles). I started using the card and paid the $89 annual fee. Unfortunately I didn’t check this site for your comments before I did so. I have gone out of my way to fly US. Air Florida using the card rather than Southwest… I willn’t make that mistake again.

    Now I am going to stop charging on it…wait my 12 months and use whatever benefits I get…also I will use other carriers to fly rather than U.S. Air because of these apparent unethical practices.

    Thanks for the comments and education. The rating is based mostly on the comments above as I have not tried to use my rewards.

  13. Joe B. says:
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    The thing that ruins this card is the customer service. They were all foreign and I could never communicate well with them and always had to get a supervisor on the line just to communicate a basic request. But, the card did have some good points: The zone 2 board is always nice. But if you are already a member of Dividend miles you get it anyway. Using the first class ticketing/security lanes was another benefit. The companion passes are not very useful but I did use the annual club pass. The miles rack up nicely especially if you put every eligible purchase on this card including groceries, gas, bills, etc. Double miles on USAir purchases. I had a 7.9% interest rate and they offer convenience checks from time to time which allow you to cut a small loan to yourself that goes right on to the card with no extra fees, at your interest rate. I used these a few times. Overall, I would have kept this card had it not been for the customer service (and the $90 annual fee). I have heard they’ve gone away from the overseas customer service? Can anyone confirm?

    • Jon says:
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      Call center is still overseas and it sucks. Barclays is the worst.

  14. Patty says:
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    I don’t think I have ever been so frustrated with the non action of a company. I signed up for this card with a promotional offer which included a $99.00 companion ticket Feb. 2012, it is now May 9, 2012 and after approx, 7 phone calls, I still have not received the ticket! I keep getting an apology with no conviencing reason as to why we have not receive our welcome package with the companion ticket. Don’t sign up for this card if you are expecting a welcome package or a companion ticket because you will never receive it! I will use my card to get perferred check in, as this will appears to be the only perk it offers. If you want a good travel credit card Capital One has a no hassle reward program and they don’t any charge foreign tranaction fees (which really add up)

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      Hello Patty, I am having the same problem! My husband and I received the card in Dec 2011 and they keep telling me that they mailed us the tickets in Jan 2012 here we are 9 months later and multiple phone calls later and still no companion tickets! I am beyond pissed!

  15. Mary Roof says:
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    Ditto – this is a big loser card. I make payments that are double the interest charged – not making headway and still having to pay annual fee. Card company won’t put me on the non-mileage-accumulation card, even though I asked. I didn’t know this card charged an annual fee when I signed up for it, on a USAir flight. In the meantime, I’m so disgusted with the airline’s poor service (I am a Platinium member yet they left me stranded for three days without compensation for expenses and hotel; then let other fliers take flights days before I was able to get on one.) I’ve switched to flying South West Air.

  16. Carol says:
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    Don’t go within 1 million miles of this credit card company. I attempted to book a flight in December 2011, for a scheduled Jult 2012 flight. The seating chart showed no seats taken, yet when I called to book the flight I was told there were no 25,000 point seats still available, but she could book the same flight for 50,000. I advised the NO-CUSTOMER SERVICE rep that I was looking at the seating chart and no seats were taken yet. Her response was, “you want to book it for 50,000 or not?” I tried two other times to book flights and the same thing happened. When I asked if US Air ever had any 25,000 point seats available, she responded, “we would not say we did if we didn’t” and disconnected me. They can take that card and put it where the son doesn’t shine. I only gave it a 1 rating because they didn’t offer a ZERO rating!

  17. debora says:
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    i am so sorry i took out this card – the customer service is the worst i have ever seen – everyone is OUTSOURCED – they are rude and their english is that good – i have been lied to repeatedly and if i could i would drop the card – i really don”t know if this the fault of barkleys bank or us airway airlines – all i do know is that they have a very unhappy client

  18. Michael says:
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    I don’t understand all the terrible reviews for this card. I signed up for the card 7 months ago and have not had any problems. All of my benefits/perks have come through as they should. I don’t know anything about the interest rates/fees because I pay mine off every month. I got the higher tier card that gave me 40k miles with the first use, and 10k miles each additional year just for having the card. My miles always post to my dividend miles account very quickly – usually on the same day the statement drops. Payments have always been processed quickly and accurately. I received my $99 companion ticket and was easily able to redeem it for a trip. The 5k miles discount on award tickets is also a nice perk. But the best thing is that when someone stole my credit card number and tried to spend $100 on it – the company detected the fraud IMMEDIATELY and had sent me an email and called me within 10 minutes of the fraudulent charge. They had already deactivated my card and sent me a new card once they confirmed from me that the charge was unauthorized. Yes, the customer service reps are foreign and sometimes a little difficult to communicate with, but they have been nothing but friendly and helpful to me.

    • HUGO says:
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      YOU MUST WORK FOR US AIRWAYS OR BARCLAY’S BANK BECAUSE I HAD THE “PRINCESS LINES CARD” ISSUED BY BARCLAY’S BANK AND HAD CANCELLED IT AFTER A YEAR BECAUSE OF THEIR BAD SERVICE…IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH SPEAKING ENGLISH, IT HAS TO DO WITH PROMISES AND THEN NOT FOLLOWING THRU..

    • Randal says:
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      I would give them a minus rating if possible.Your review is bought and paid for by the credit card company and Us Airways. You can NOT use the 35,000 miles for a trip to Aruba, as advertised by Us Airways or the credit card company. It is deceptive marketing at it’s worse. Try booking a trip 6 months in advance. The economy seats are available for cash, but NOT available for Dividend Miles. They do not allow you to book one leg of the trip with your miles It so bad I flew Us Airways cash and rented a car with Southwest credit card price 25% cheaper. This credit card is a fraud in my opinion. I cancelled it.
      The poor flight attendants are selling it as a free trip to either St Maarten or Aruba by taking their credit card. NOT TRUE. I was on both flights in the past 2 years. Disgusting….

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        Correction. I just checked US Airways website again and they have opened up some seats. I can book a round trip to Aruba now for 35,000 miles if I do the following:
        1) Book to Aruba on a Saturday and return on a Tuesday 10 days later.
        2) I fly through Miami. The trip takes 8 hours versus the direct trip of 4 hrs.
        Although the cheapest seats are available every day, they are extremely limited for Dividend Miles. S o, at least now they are in compliance with their claims of a free trip.

  19. doug says:
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    i was ready to sign up when I saw the fine print (lots of time on their flights to read fine print since no entertainment ) and it said “open only to residents of USA”. I phoned customer service and asked if I was eligible since I am Canadian. He said yes as long as you reside in the USA. I said I don’t. He said “oh well, it would probably be alright so go ahead and apply”. Right. That wishy washy answer made me search the card on the net. Glad I did, will save my time .

  20. Rich says:
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    This is absolutely the worst card I ever had. Customer service is awful. I can’t understand them, and they are rude. When you call, they send you to China and you always have to ask for the US, then you’re on hold for 15 to 30 minutes.

  21. Jon says:
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    A terrible card – Barclays should be embarrased. Customer service is very difficult. Telephone connections drop off. “Stay on the line for a customer satisfaction survey”? – Nope, it doesn’t happen! If they suspect a fraudulent transaction, they don’t contact you, they just freeze the account without letting you know they did it. Then you have to call them after you have been humiliated by a credit denial. US Airways, you should find a new partner.

  22. mary says:
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    I truly “hate” this card and an very angry at the scam USAirways fed me to get me to get it. On a trip, a flight attendant comes on the speaker and says that if you get the card you will have enough points to travel round trip to the Caribbean or anywhere in the contiguous US. Also, he adds, you will get a two $99 vouchers at the time of signing and one a year after that. So, I sign up. I do see that he forgot to add that there was an 89 dollar yearly fee but I did see that and thought it would be worth it. I have tried to book 5 trips and they were not expensive trips….Forget the Caribbean…they told me that I did not even have enough points for a one way $350 ticket much less round trip….and this was for the off season! I tried to go to Kentucky in late April but they said since it was the week of College Spring Breaks, there were no special rates/ Spring break in late April????? I tried to go to New Mexico last summer and again…not enough miles etc. They are so dishonest…I will do my utmost not to fly on US Air flights again and I just tore up the card…better late than never….plus I learned an expensive lesson. (and I never did get any of those vouchers) and the only reason I gave them one star is because you can not post without giving them at least one star.

  23. Frequent Traveller says:
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    Hi,

    My 1 year experience with this card has been great:
    1. Signed up and got my 35000 points
    2. Get points posted to my Dividend miles account promptly
    3. I used to travel twice a month – so enjoyed the priority checkin and security clearance as well as priority boarding
    4. I do agree the interest rates are SUPER HIGH, but i paid off on time – so dint incur any charges – still agree with the rest of you on this point
    5. My welcome packet was mailed to my old address – had to call cust care for and they immediately sent me a new one – so here i would say they are both dumb and ok
    6. I got 4 one way tickets starting at 12,500 miles/one way – the BIG DISADVANTAGE is you HAVE to book a round trip to make the total atleast 25000 miles – RIDICULOUS but because i was a frequent traveller, it worked out for me
    7. CONCLUSION: i am no longer travelling, so cancelling this card as i dont wanna pay $89/year. Would rather use my other cards with $0 annual fee like citicard etc.

  24. Kevin says:
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    This has to one of the worst rewards programs I have seen. They advertise that the flights start at 5000 less miles than other programs and in reality they require 3Xs as many miles and also charge $75 if you reserve the flight less than 4 weeks before the flight. When I tried to book a flight they wanted 37,500 miles and $110 addition to the miles. The trip on expedia would have cost a total of $260. What a scam

  25. Linda says:
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    Rip off. Scam. I was supposed to have gotten 50,000 points after the first $89 spent. I got 40000 was unable to use the campanion pass. The black out dates are so extensive there is no travel dates to chose from.

    I did travel US airways. My flight was cancelled and rerouted to another airport no one cared. I had to spend $100 on a cab.
    No customer service at all. The worst airline in the world. Its joining the other worst airline American. Terrible companies.

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