50,000 Point Offer for United MileagePlus Explorer Credit Card

The United MileagePlus Explorer Card is now offering a 50,000 mile sign up bonus after you spend $2,000 on the card within the first three months. For awhile now, the offer has been a pretty steady 30,000 miles (although there has been some targeted offers out there). This increased offer is available through September 2, 2014. In… Read full article

Posted on: August 1st, 2014 by: dealswelike

Massive Changes to Earning United Miles

Starting March 1, 2015, when flying United you will no longer earn miles based on the number of miles traveled, but instead the cost of the ticket. This is a massive change for United and follows a similar policy to what Delta put in place earlier this year (Delta will be changing to a revenue based earning… Read full article

Posted on: June 11th, 2014 by: dealswelike

Last Day to Book United Miles Before Devaluation

UPDATE: United has extended the devaluation until February 3. 2014 so you have this weekend to book award trips! Straight from a Unites representative “Booking an award where the mileage amount should have been reduced on February 1? If you book one of these awards on February 1 or 2, we will honor the reduced… Read full article

Posted on: February 1st, 2014 by: dealswelike

Enhanced Chase Sapphire Preferred Credit Card Bonus

The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card has enhanced their offer and is giving an additional 5,000 points for new applicants after adding an authorized user to the card and having the user make a purchase within the first three months. The current that comes with the $95/year annual fee (first year waived) is 40,000 points for new new applicants… Read full article

Posted on: November 19th, 2013 by: dealswelike

Fly Roundtrip to Europe for 48,000 United Miles

United is having a 20% off sale for all roundtrip flights to Europe between January 13 and March 11, 2014. Typically, United prices out their flights to Europe at 60,000 miles roundtrip, so with the 20% off sale you’ll be paying 48,000 miles. While this is a great discount, it is still slightly more than… Read full article

Posted on: November 7th, 2013 by: dealswelike

United Increases International Award Prices, Drastically!

If you are up to date in the travel, points, and miles world than you are already well aware that United drastically changed their redemption prices for flights booked after February 1, 2014. This unfortunate news came Friday morning, and I must admit, it is a HUGE change. For those that only redeem their miles for… Read full article

Posted on: November 3rd, 2013 by: dealswelike

Double Miles for Domestic United Flights

United just came out with a new promotion where you’ll earn double flights when you fly United anywhere in the continental US. Tickets much have been purchased October 21 through November 21, 2013 and travel must be completed by November 21, 2013 to qualify. While double miles is always a great promotion, unfortunately this particular… Read full article

Posted on: October 22nd, 2013 by: dealswelike

Transfer Your Wyndham Points to United for a 25% Bonus

Over the past few years I’ve been increasing my Wyndham point balance by purchasing points really really cheap. This was due to a few different promotions/offers: 1) Amex Daily Getaywas; and 2) Two different stay at a participating hotel and earn 16,000 bonus points. I personally “purchased” these points to transfer them to participating airlines… Read full article

Posted on: October 19th, 2013 by: dealswelike

Check Your United Airlines Expiration Date – Many Expiring September 30, 2013

If your United account balance is primarily made up of miles that were transferred over from Continental, the 18 month expiration rule might be quickly approaching. If you haven’t done anything with your United account since the merger, there is a good chance that your miles are due to expire September 30, 2013. In my… Read full article

Posted on: September 27th, 2013 by: dealswelike

Keep Your United Airlines Account Active

United Airlines requires that you have some sort of activity every 18 months or else your points will be lost. While I think think it is a silly policy and I hate when things have an expiration date, it really is super easy to keep your account active. After all, any points earned count, it… Read full article

Posted on: July 17th, 2013 by: dealswelike

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