Good morning fellow Audience Rewards (AR) fans! Before I forget, check out our post on the Audience Rewards Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) 100,000 point giveaway. Like always, we will give you the answers and increase your chances of winning the grand prize!
Today the Audience Rewards (AR) program updated their questions. As typical, AR continued the trend of issuing the same questions for all partner programs (Delta, US Airways, SPG, and Best Buy). Here is the bad news…if you keep your partner accounts linked to a singular Audience Rewards account, you need to select which program you want to earn miles/points under, because you can not answer the questions twice. This is where it becomes more valuable to have unique Audience Rewards accounts for each partner program, as I have been promoting from the beginning.
All questions/answers were updated on our official Audience Rewards page.
For those of you new to Audience Rewards, the program is the official rewards program for Broadway. If you are attending any of the Broadway shows in:
Charlotte, NC (NCBPAC)
Chicago, IL (Broadway in Chicago)
Durham, NC (DPAC)
Los Angeles, CA (Broadway LA)
New York, NY
San Diego, CA (Broadway/SD)
San Jose, CA (Broadway in San Jose)
Tucson, AZ (Broadway in Tucson)
If you value rewards programs as much as we do, you need to consider signing up for a free Audience Rewards account, and make your Broadway show ticket purchases through their program. In return, you get the option of earning Audience Rewards points, Delta Skymiles, US Airways Dividend miles, SPG Reward points, or Best Buy Reward Zone points. It is a very quick way to be able to earn miles and points in a program of your choosing, all while purchasing the tickets you were planning on anyways. This program could potentially become a really quick resource to earn miles/points in a program by going to see your favorite shows.
Unfortunately, as of right now they are limited in the number of cities, but are working on going nationwide, as well as expanding into other partner programs.
Now, without further ado, we proudly present this week’s trivia questions.
- What is the central sport in Bring It On? Cheerleading Repeat question from SPG program 6/24/12
- True or False? A Christmas Story has live animals in the show. True
- At what Off Broadway theatre is Forever Dusty playing? New World Stages
- Who sings “Knowing Me, Knowing You” in Mamma Mia? Sam
- Peter and the Starcatcher is loosely based on what popular children’s story? Peter Pan
- The Heiress takes place shortly before what war in US History? The Civil War
For all things Audience Rewards, including all the latest free points and miles from the Points Play trivia questions, see our Audience Rewards page. Save Money, Travel More!
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