Dividend Miles from a Casino?

Valley Forge Casino Resort (Southeastern PA) has announced a new program to allow gamblers to earn frequent flyer miles.

“Points for Miles allows Valley Forge Casino Resort to be the only casino in the world where you can use your player points for something meaningful outside of the resort. We’re not going to limit the use of your points to our property.”

The Points for Miles program, which will allow gamers to redeem their player points directly for US Airways dividend miles, has been in the works for months, Bowman noted.


To promote the new partnership, the casino is giving away a total of 1 million miles to 27 gamers in a slot and table game sweepstakes on April 26.

To qualify, guests can play any slot machine or table game between 6 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. Winners will be announced every half hour from 6:30 to 9 p.m.

The final two drawings will be for 50,000 dividend miles.

(from: http://www.timesherald.com/business/20140402/valley-forge-casino-resort-partners-with-us-airways)

So, if you are in the Philadelphia area and were planning on taking a gambling weekend or frequent this casino already this could be a good deal, but I’m not about to start gambling just to earn some more US Airways Dividend Miles.


  1. Harrah’s Total Rewards program has partnered with Hawaiian Airlines for at least a few years. Allowing you to transfer points earned from gambling to Hawaiian Miles at a rate of 2 to 1. So they definitely aren’t the first!

    1. Good to know. I’m not much of a gambler so I’ve never really paid much attention to Harrah’s, but I know they have one of the more popular gambling rewards programs and they are the closest casino chain to me with their casino in Cherokee, NC

  2. Harrah’s has also teamed up with Norwegian Cruise Lines. this has been going for for a number of years.

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