Or, consider other cards for 50,000 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.
Reward nights start at 10,000 points. Free anniversary night (no points needed) good at any IHG hotel (Intercontinental, Crowne Plaza, more).
This Offer has Expired.
If you’ve been on the fence about joining the United Club this might be the year to give it a shot.
As part of its aggressive promotion of the new United Mileage Plus Club Card (a credit card that offers membership to the United Club) you have an opportunity to get free, full membership to the United Club.
How? By applying for and getting approved for the credit card under a special promotion.
Three ways to get in on it…
1. You might have been targeted already. Log in to your Mileage Plus account first then follow the link to the application. You might be given the offer for no fee the first year. Learn more here.
2. Stop by a United Club at the airport. Just go to the check-in desk and ask for one of the brochures with a United Mileage Plus Club credit card application code. There will be a code you can use at www.ClubCardRSVP.com to apply and get the offer with the first year waived.
3. Ask Chase. If you’ve already applied in the last 90 days, or are unable to find the offer in person or online, try applying for the card via the regular application. Then once approved, send a secure message to Chase via Chase.com asking to have the better offer applied. No guarantees here but they have in the past matched ‘better’ offers within 90 days.
The offer expires June 30, 2012.
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