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Save 5% on your next United airfare with Chase offers [Targeted & Capped]


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A little earlier, I wrote about a number of short-term offers that Chase has published for stays at select Marriott brands and the good news is that it doesn’t look as if that’s where Chase’s generosity ends – a new offer for spending with United Airlines has also appeared.

The offer

Earn 5% back on your United Airlines ticket purchase when you spend $50 or more, with a $36.00 back maximum.

Offer expires 7/21/2022. Offer valid one time only. Payment must be made directly with the merchant. Rewards can not be combined. Customer is only eligible for 5% reward. Offer not valid on third-party services. Payment must be made on or before offer expiration date.

Quick thoughts

Ok, yes, $36 isn’t exactly an impressive amount to save (especially when you have to spend $720 to get the full rebate) so I’m not going to try to claim that this is a fantastic offer to have been targeted for. What I am going to claim is that if you were planning on booking a fare with United Airlines anyway, this is a nice added bonus to have been offered.

Personally, I’m only seeing this offer targeted to my Chase Sapphire Preferred® credit card (I would have preferred to have had it targeted to my Ink Business Preferred® credit card) but there’s a chance that this offer is also being targeted to one or more of Chase’s United Airlines co-branded cards and that would make it more interesting.

My Chase Sapphire Preferred® credit card will only earn me 2 points/dollar for any spending that I make with United Airlines and while that’s still a better return than someone will get if they use this offer with their United℠ Explorer Card or their United Gateway℠ credit card (both offer 2x on United Airlines spending), anyone using this offer in conjunction with the United Quest℠ Card (3x on United Airlines spending) or the United Club℠ Infinite Card (4x on United Airlines spending) will do noticeably better.

Bottom line

If you have plans to book a flight with United Airlines in the next three weeks now would be a good time to check your Chase offers – you may find that you have been targeted for a small but useful offer that will allow you to save 5% on your booking (up to a maximum rebate of $36).

Our Favourite All-Round Travel Card

The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Credit Card is Chase’s incredibly popular entry-level travel rewards card which has recently been refreshed and made better than ever.

It currently comes with a welcome offer of 60,000 points after a successful applicant spends $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months of card membership and it charges an annual fee of $95 in return for a list of good earning rates and benefits.

Our Favorite Benefits:

  • 5 points/dollar on most travel purchased through Chase Ultimate Rewards
  • 3 points/dollar for spending on dining worldwide
  • 3 points/dollar for spending on select streaming services
  • 2 points/dollar for spending on travel worldwide
  • Redeem points at 1.25 cents each when booking travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards.
  • Annual $50 credit for hotels booked through Chase 
  • Primary auto rental cover

Click for more details on the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Credit Card

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