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AirTran Airways Double Miles in Atlanta

AirTran Airways traveling from Atlanta will be excited to hear about this promotion. AirTran is offering all passengers who purchases a round trip ticket originating in Atlanta double A+ Rewards credits in the month of September. That’s

All you need to do is purchase your ticket and travel before the end of September 2008, and you’ll earn four A+ Rewards credits for every round trip ticket originating in Atlanta. So if you’re a frequent traveler, you could actually earn a free ticket after purchasing four round-trip tickets with AirTran.

“At AirTran Airways, we believe that loyalty deserves recognition, and we are proud to provide our A+ Rewards members with great deals on a regular basis to make their travel experience both rewarding and affordable,” said Tad Hutcheson, vice president of marketing and sales for AirTran Airways. “Our Atlanta double A+ Rewards credits offer is one of the many benefits of being an A+ Rewards member and flying with AirTran Airways.”

As always, you have to register for the promotion in advance. And yes, you have to be a member of the A+ Rewards program, but the program is free so that’s no sweat. You can sign up for A+ Rewards and register for the promotion online at

The Fine Print: Tickets must be booked by September 30, 2008, and flown between September 2, 2008 and September 30, 2008. Round-trip purchase required. Flight must originate in Atlanta with service to any nonstop or connecting destination. Must be a member of A+ Rewards and registered for the promotion prior to departure. Only valid on A+ Rewards credit-earning flights and may not be combined with any other A+ Rewards promotions or offers. If any portion of the trip falls outside the
promotional period, bonus A+ credits will be received for only the portion within the promotional period. All terms and conditions of the A+ Rewards program apply. A+ Rewards seats are subject to availability and blackout dates. Taxes and fees are extra — the September 11th security fee of up to
$2.50 per segment is not included. A segment is defined as one takeoff and one landing. Passengers raveling to/from Puerto Rico are subject to additional government taxes of up to $30.80.