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100 Free Continental OnePass Miles

by on May 26, 2011 · 9 comments

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Simply register your OnePass number here by June 30, 2011 for 100 free miles. These are targeted towards Continental Debit and Credit cardholders, but it can’t hurt to try.

Not a huge payday, but every mile counts!

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  • RH

    awesome, thanks! one small step closer to booking my business class trip to bangkok!

  • zasm

    Not a cardholder, but worked for me!

  • Glenn

    gotta love those free miles for basically no work. Thanks for the heads up.

  • Sam

    Don’t bother trying unless you are a Continental cardholder. I have been doing these offers for over a year for me and the family accounts and can confirm that only cardholders will actually get the miles posted.

  • Chris

    “Success” for me, and I have no CO miles, no CO cards, but one Chase card. Quick and easy to try.

  • clara

    you should bother trying bc it worked for me!

  • Samuel Adams

    Yeah it lets you register, but have you gotten the miles?
    You never will unless you are a CO cardholder…

  • NateGuam

    I always take advantage of these small offers, and they’ve certainly added up over the years. Doesn’t hurt to enroll.

  • Stephen Collins

    Brian,
    Thanks for the tip, every little bit helps. I don’t currently have a Continental Card but I’m thinking of signing up for one. Would it be better to apply for the CO card or the UA card, or does it matter since they will be consolidating the programs?

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