Or, consider other cards for 50,000 or more miles or points that transfer into United miles with additional flexibility for your everyday spending.
$1,000 toward travel or transfer to United, Southwest, and more.
Citi®/ AAdvantage® Platinum Select® World Elite™ MasterCard.
Earn 50,000 MileagePlus miles if you open a United MileagePlus Explorer Business Card from Chase and spend $3,000 within the first 3 months of opening the account.
This is better than the typical 30,000 mile offer, but not as good as the 70,000 miles seen in June.
This is only for small business owners, and you can’t get the bonus if you currently have an account for the Business version of the card open, or if you closed a prior account and last earned your bonus less than 24 months ago.
And if you’ve opened 5 or more card accounts in the last 2 years, you may have a tough time getting this and other Chase cards.
While it’s been easy for many to get 50,000 miles from the United MileagePlus Explorer Business Card by logging into their MileagePlus accounts and seeing a targeted deal, this makes finding the deal a lot simpler.
What can you get?
These miles can be used on United or any of its Star Alliance partner airlines, including Air Canada, Lufthansa, Swiss Airlines, Air India, Singapore Airlines, ANA Japan, Thai Airways, EVA Airways, Avianca, and many more.
United’s website is one of the most complete around for finding award seats, and you’ll find just about every partner except Singapore bookable directly online.
Here’s where you can go with 50k United miles…
Other ways to earn United miles
You can get the deal for this as well as other intro deals for these cards that earn United miles, or earn miles you can potentially transfer into your MileagePlus account at 1 mile for every point via Chase Ultimate Rewards:
The business deal is a great start if you have a small business and want to rack up United miles quickly, possibly still in time for summer travel.
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