Free, Easy 600 United Miles


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600 miles won’t do much for you alone, but if you do enough of these little things, they can eventually add up to an award ticket. Or if you are just short of being able to redeem for an award seat, this might be just what you needed! These also will keep your miles from expiring. You can earn a pretty easy 600 United miles when you complete a survey here.

Free, Easy 600 United Miles

Go here and complete the survey for your 600 United miles.

Free, Easy 600 United Miles

 

Fine Print: Miles accrued, awards, and benefits issued are subject to change and are subject to the rules of the United MileagePlus program, including without limitation the Premier® program (the MileagePlus Program), which are expressly incorporated herein. Please allow 6-8 weeks after completed qualifying activity for miles to post to your account. United may change the MileagePlus Program including, but not limited to, rules, regulations, travel awards and special offers or terminate the MileagePlus Program at any time and without notice. United and its subsidiaries, affiliates and agents are not responsible for any products or services of other participating companies and partners. Taxes and fees related to award travel are the responsibility of the member. Bonus award miles, award miles and any other miles earned through non-flight activity do not count toward qualification for Premier status unless expressly stated otherwise. The accumulation of mileage or Premier status or any other status does not entitle members to any vested rights with respect to the MileagePlus Program. All calculations made in connection with the MileagePlus Program, including without limitation with respect to the accumulation of mileage and the satisfaction of the qualification requirements for Premier status, will be made by United Airlines and MileagePlus in their discretion and such calculations will be considered final. Information in this communication that relates to the MileagePlus Program does not purport to be complete or comprehensive and may not include all of the information that a member may believe is important, and is qualified in its entirety by reference to all of the information on the united.com website and the MileagePlus Program rules. United and MileagePlus are registered service marks. For complete details about the MileagePlus Program, go to www.united.com .

Bottom Line

Consider doing the survey if you need to keep your United miles active (from expiring) or need to top off your account with 600 miles or just want to start working on racking up enough miles to earn an award seat. Enjoy!

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The Weekly Flyer writes about travel from a business traveler perspective. He travels the world every week accumulating points and miles along the way.

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Comments

  1. Shame on you for pushing yet another one of these big brother data mining operations — huge waste of time, for precious LITTLE gain. No doubt you have an affiliate link with these big brother slime balls. Shame, shame shame.

  2. And shame on you, Will, for trying to deprive others the right to make their own choices. LOVE the surveys, they have added to and prolonged the expiration of my United miles since 2013.

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