Friday, 24 January 2020

Chase and United Airlines kick off the new year with a new card.

United Business Card launches with 2X earn on United, gas, office supply stores, restaurants, local transit and commuting, $100 annual United travel credit, 100,000-mile new Cardmember offer, and more

United Explorer and Club Cards will have new Cardmember offers of 60,000 and 75,000 miles, respectively

--Chase Card Services, the leading co-brand credit card issuer in the U.S., and United Airlines today introduced the all-new UnitedSM Business Card, designed to help business travellers maximize their miles. The new card will offer 2 miles per $1 spent on local transit and commuting, in addition to 2 miles per $1 spent at gas stations, office supply stores, restaurants and United purchases. New Cardmembers will also be eligible for a 100,000-mile bonus offer. To celebrate the new card launch, United and Chase are also offering special bonus-mile offers for new Cardmembers for the United Explorer Card, United Club Card and the United Club Business Card.



“We’re excited to launch the all-new United Business Card designed to help small business owners get even bigger rewards from their business expenses and travel,” said Luc Bondar, United's Vice President of Loyalty. “This card was designed to give small business owners even more ways to earn double miles in areas where they are already spending, allowing them to earn miles faster that they can use to travel to hundreds of exciting destinations United serves around the world.”

The new United Business Card will have the following benefits, which go beyond the benefits currently offered on the United Explorer Business Card:

2 miles per $1 spent on United purchases, gas stations, office supply stores, restaurants, and now expanded to include local transit and commuting (which includes taxicabs, mass transit, tolls and ride share services)*New* 100,000 bonus miles after $10,000 in purchases in the first three months from account opening (limited-time offer ends 4/2/2020)*New* 5,000 miles each Cardmember anniversary when you have both the new United Business Card and a personal Chase United Card*New* $100 annual United travel credit after seven United flight purchases of $100 or more25% back on United inflight purchases (includes Wi-Fi, food and beverages)No blackout dates1 mile per $1 spent on all other purchasesFree first checked bagPriority boarding2 United ClubSM one-time passes at account opening and on each Cardmember anniversaryEmployee cards at no additional costNo foreign transaction feesExclusive events with Inside Access from Chase and United MileagePlus eventsExclusive Cardmember benefits with Luxury Hotel & Resort CollectionTravel and purchase protection benefits$99 annual fee
After today, the United Explorer Business Card will no longer be offered to new Cardmembers. Current United Explorer Business Cardmembers can continue using their cards and receiving their benefits as they usually do.

Additionally, for the first time ever, Chase and United introduced special bonus mile offers on four United Credit Cards. For a limited-time, customers can choose from a selection of United new Cardmember offers:

60,000 bonus miles on the United Explorer Card after $3,000 in purchases within the first three months from account opening75,000 bonus miles on the United Club Card after $3,000 in purchases within the first three months from account opening100,000 bonus miles on the new United Business Card after $10,000 in purchases within the first three months of account opening100,000 bonus miles on the United Club Business Card after $10,000 in purchases within the first three months of account opening
“We’re kicking off the year with big wins for our new customers – unique offers on our personal and business credit cards that provide unmatched value with one of the best airline loyalty programs out there,” said Leslie Gillin, Chase Co-Brand Cards President. “We’re always looking for ways to enhance our products and create more value for our Cardmembers. Our new offers, along with the exciting launch of the new United Business Card that’s packed with meaningful benefits for owners rewarding them on where they spend the most, accomplishes just that.”








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