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It’s been raining targeted offers here at Points, Miles & Martinis. Now, we’ve received the coveted targeted Chase United MileagePlus Explorer Card offer with gives 50,000 bonus miles after signing up and many more miles after meeting requirements.
First, Mrs Weekly Flyer received the Platinum American Express card offer for 100,000 bonus points. Next, I received a Business Platinum American Express card offer for 100,000 bonus points. Then I received two more Business Platinum American Express card offers for 100,000 bonus points.
10,000 American Express Membership Reward Points Giveaway
After all, we can’t be the only ones receiving all of these bonus points through targeted offers, so we’re going to give some back to our readers, 10,000 in fact.
It’s raining bonus offers at Points, Miles & Martinis. We are formulating a strategy to run a promotion and give away 10,000 American Express Membership Rewards points. Feel free to leave a comment in this post with your thoughts on how we should give away the 10,000 American Express Membership Rewards points.
Back to the targeted United offer. We are excited about receiving this one. Not only because the offer is a special targeted one, but because we find United miles are valuable. I’ve been accumulating United miles by signing up for Chase credit card offers, like the Chase Sapphire Preferred and the Chase Ink Bold, and have been earning Chase Ultimate Rewards points like crazy by shopping in the Ultimate Rewards online portal. Once I get enough Chase Ultimate Rewards points, I’ve been transferring the points to my United account and then redeeming for great trips like our upcoming one to Switzerland in Swiss Business Class next year to see our friends over at “Our Swiss Adventure”, a boutique blog.
50,000 Bonus Point Offer
My targeted offer Chase United MileagePlus Explorer card came with 50,000 bonus award miles after spending $1,000 on the credit card within the first 3 months after opening the account. The card offers comes with a $0 introductory annual fee for the first year and $95 every year there after.
The offer also comes with 5,000 bonus miles when authorized users are added to the account. And finally, when $25,000 is spend on the card in a calendar year, an additional 10,000 bonus miles will be awarded.
Not bad for yet another targeted credit card offer.
The current available offer for the United MileagePlus Explorer Card provides 30,000 bonus miles after your spend $1,000 in the first 3 months
1) Miles Earning
The card will earn 2 miles per $1 spent on United tickets and 1 mile per $1 on all other purchases
2) First Checked Bag Free
Save up to $100 per roundtrip on baggage fees. Primary card holders and one companion traveling on the same reservation will each receive their first checked bag free on United-operated flights when purchasing tickets with their Explorer card.
3) Priority Boarding
Primary card holders can board with Premier members prior to general boarding.
4) Two United Club Passes
Receive two complimentary one-time United Club passes each year.
5) Any Seat Any Time
Primary card holders can use their miles to book any available seat, any time on any United-operated flight. (Probably not the best value for miles but is convenient).
How To Apply
If you received the targeted bonus mile award offer, you can apply via the method below.
- First, go to the website on the invitation offer (Apply Explorer Card)
- Next, enter your personal invitation number that arrived with your invitation
I have been holding off on getting the Chase United MileagePlus Explorer credit card. I But I really like this targeted offer and I’ve been accumulating United miles through the Chase signup bonuses with the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card and Ink Bold as well as shopping online through the Chase Portal.
Did any of you receive this targeted offer? If not, is there any reason to not apply for this targeted offer if received?
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