Earn Up To 25,000 Bonus United MileagePlus Miles (Targeted)

Mar 19, 2015

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United has launched a targeted offer, where select United MileagePlus members have the opportunity to earn up to 25,000 bonus MileagePlus miles after taking just four round-trip flights between April 1, 2015 and June 30, 2015.

You can earn up to 25,000 bonus United MileagePlus Miles.
You can earn up to 25,000 bonus United MileagePlus Miles.

Offer Details:

Simply register today and earn up to 25,000 award miles when you fly qualifying roundtrips on United through June:
Register by April 30, 2015
• Book your travel by June 30, 2015
Complete travel between April 1, 2015 and June 30, 2015

Earn
When you fly
5,000 award miles
1 qualifying roundtrip
10,000 award miles
2 qualifying roundtrips
25,000 award miles
4 qualifying roundtrips

My Thoughts

To qualify, you must be booked in either F, A, J, C, D, Z, P, Y, B, M, E, U and H fare classes, meaning the cheap coach fares won’t qualify. At least one segment of the qualifying roundtrip must be booked in the eligible fare class and flown on United or United Express to qualify for this offer.

If you’re lucky enough to be targeted for this offer and happen to be a United flyer who buys first, business, or the more expensive fares, then it’s not a bad deal, since you would be earning 6,250 bonus miles per roundtrip if you were able to take 4 roundtrips by June 30th.

If you’re targeted for this offer, and plan on taking part, feel free to comment below!

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