Today is Friday! Grab your favorite beverage and have some fun while earning some points and miles with Audience Rewards trivia.
Earlier I wrote about Delta Airlines, US Airways and SPG (and also a post here) partnering with Audience Rewards to earn flyer miles and hotel points for answering questions about Broadway. While Delta miles don’t expire, this is a good way to keep US Airways and SPG accounts active and collect easy points. (See here for list of hotels that are part of SPG.)
- Questions are updated weekly though not consistently.
- Earn points with Delta, US Airways and SPG by having a separate email address associated with each Audience Rewards Account.
- Can have more than one frequent flyer or hotel point earning preference with Audience Rewards.
- The number of points and miles to earn vary from 10 to 30.
- Points and miles for Delta, US Airways and SPG post within a week.
Delta Airlines and Audience Rewards Trivia, Link
Q: How many total previews did Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark have?
Q: The Araca Group is a producer behind all but which of the following shows?
A: Book of Mormon
Q: What is the name of the school in Wicked?
Q: Catherine Zuber was the costume designer for which shows this season on Broadway?
A: Born Yesterday and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Q: What theatre does Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo play?
A: Richard Rogers
SPG Hotels and Audience Rewards Trivia, Link
Q: In what show did Savannah Wise make her Broadway debut?
A: Original Les Miserables
Q: The Araca Group is a production and general management company that got their start with what musical?
Q: Which of the following has NOT been the name of the theatre where Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark is playing?
A: Palace Theatre
Q: What future Tony Winner made her Broadway debut in The Lion King?
A: Heather Headley
Q: True or False? The Normal Heart is a semi-autobiographical piece by author Larry Kramer.
U.S. Airways and Audience Rewards Trivia, Link
Q: The new Broadway revival of Follies is transferring from what city?
A: Washington D.C.
Q: What was the name of the song that “The Wizard and I” later replaced in Wicked?
A: Making Good
Q: How many Broadway theatres has Rock of Ages played at so far?
Q: The predominant color associated with Wicked is what?
Q: Matt Caplan (the Peter Parker understudy in Spider-man: Turn off the Dark) has been in all but which of these shows on Broadway?
A: American Idiot
Q: Robin Williams of Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo is from what city?