United Cardholders And Elites: Fly Between The US And Europe For 45,000 Miles Round Trip Instead Of 60,000 Miles.

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Chase United cardholders can book travel between the US and Europe for as low as 45K miles round-trip on United.com.

Not the most exciting sale as it’s only valid on United and only in coach, but this might be useful for some.

-You can book a round-trip or an open jaw with the discounted rates.
Examples of an “open jaw” include a flight from Newark to London on 01/25 and then back from Amsterdam to Newark on 02/08 is 45,000 miles plus $51.90 tax.
A flight from Los Angeles to London on 01/25 and then back from Zurich to Newark on 02/08 is 45,000 miles plus $59.10 tax.

You can always use 4,500 BA Avios for a one-way flight in Europe.

Rules:
-Round-trip travel is required.
-Flights on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday will price at 22.5K miles each way.
-Flights on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday will price at 25.5K miles each way.
-Book by 12/08.
-Travel 01/11/16-03/10/16
-Discounted Saver Award is valid only for travel between the U.S. (excluding Hawaii) or Canada, and Europe.
-Valid only on United, not on partner airlines.
-Valid for travel to/from the US48, Alaska and Canada to/from Europe.
-Valid for coach saver awards only.
-Stopovers are not permitted.

If you have 1 segment that falls within the promo dates it will be discounted, even if the outbound or return segment doesn’t fall within the promo window.

HT: menachem_m, via DDF

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21 Responses to “United Cardholders And Elites: Fly Between The US And Europe For 45,000 Miles Round Trip Instead Of 60,000 Miles.”

  1. Morris Says:
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    Is the downgraded no annual fee version United credit card eligible as well?

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  2. Dan Says:
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    @Morris:
    Search and find out?

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  3. Ari Says:
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    Are stopovers allowed in US gateway city?

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  4. Dan Says:
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    @Ari:
    Not with this promotion.

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  5. b Says:
    5

    AA IS 20K EACH WAY IN THE OFF PEAK …..
    UNTILL THE CHANGES COME INTO EFFECT

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  6. Dan Says:
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    @b:
    And their availability is not nearly as good as United.

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  7. Anonymous Says:
    7

    who the heck would fly to europe now

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  8. David Says:
    8

    Is there such a think united non annual fee ?
    I called them few months ago they said no such a thing . Cheapest was 60$ annual fee

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  9. Dan Says:
    9

    @David:
    There is.

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  10. Ephraim Says:
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    Icchh, United Y!

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  11. AA Flyer Says:
    11

    Dan, did you ever get your bags back?

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  12. Anonymous Says:
    12

    @Dan: make sense that last year wasn’t for free?

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  13. Anonymous Says:
    13

    @b: aa doesnt have direct to every place in europe from NYC

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  14. Joel Says:
    14

    Dan not cool that you don’t update us on your travel ordeal, we are only good to vent?

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  15. Dan Says:
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    @Joel:
    I’ll post an update when the situation is resolved.

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  16. nushbill Says:
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    The downside of finding out about these deals is when you already booked 6 tickets (a few weeks ago) and when united refuses to adjust the amount (of miles) you paid for 🙁

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  17. Karin Says:
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    I looked high and low and just could not find the mentioned offer on United’s web-site. 60K miles were the number given when I prospectively asked for an award flight in Jan to Europe. We have a United credit card, with little spend, but enough miles on it.

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  18. pH Says:
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    How do you book open-jaw? Discount doesn’t appear if you book it as multi-city.

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  19. Dan Says:
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    @pH:
    It does for me.

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  20. steel_lee Says:
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    I looked at booking a flight, I found 30k from east coast and west coast. I tried march 1st and march 10th, same result. No 22.5k bookings.

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  21. pH Says:
    21

    How do you sign in with the United CC on United.com

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