2 Free American Airlines Lounge Passes, 2 Free United Club Card Codes, & $10 AMEX Statement Credit

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1.   2 Free American Airlines Lounge Passes.  Coupon Dad is giving away 2 free American Airlines lounge passes.

2.   2 Free United Club Card codes.   Million Mile Secrets reader Anita (thanks!) has very generously donated two codes to get the  $395 fee on the United Club Card waived. 

The United Club card is great for folks who want United lounge access as well as for folks who are big spenders (you get 1.5 United miles per $1 spent making it the best way to earn United miles for regular spending).  You also get the close-in ticketing fee waived and free checked bags.

I wrote earlier on a possible way to get the annual fee waived for the 1st year (which seems to work based on reader feedback), but up to June 30, 2012 you can also get codes at a United Club which will waive the 1st year fee.

The codes are UDCU4VH8CNH & UVQMENT6QE8 & here’s the application page.  Please comment when you use them!

3.   $10 AMEX Statement Credit in Boston, Chicago, or Philly.   Deals we Like writes about an AMEX promotion which can get you a $10 statement credit in Boston, Chicago, or Philadelphia.

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6 responses to “2 Free American Airlines Lounge Passes, 2 Free United Club Card Codes, & $10 AMEX Statement Credit

  1. I tried the codes in the mail offer entry area, but they require 12 digits, these are 11. I don’t see another entry area for offer codes; I may just be missing it, but I’d really appreciate a point in the right direction. Thanks for the post

  2. Just to give all of you a datapoint, I used the previously-mentioned trick of simply secure messaging Chase to get the United Club Card free for a year, and they obliged without hesitation. Something to keep in mind to try rather than chasing codes.

  3. How do you use these codes? I have united mileage plus credit card so how do I get United Club card and use these codes?

    • @Phil @Arjun – I forgot to include the link to the application page. Post is edited with that info!

      – Thanks for sharing and that’s a great way for folks who don’t want to go to a United lounge to get the codes.

  4. For the $10 Amex statement credit, do the registered cards need to be issued by American Express itself or would 3rd-party-issued cards like from Bank of America or Citi would still fly for this promo? In the past when I did $25 Amex Shop Small promos, as long as the credit card bears an Amex logo on it, I (and my AU) got the statement credit as promised. But when I did their overpriced vente-privee promos, no statement credits were provided for transactions made with cards issued by third-parties.

    • @cmoz – Here’s what the terms say “Subject to the eligibility requirements set forth in the Offer Terms, an “Eligible Card” is a valid American Express Consumer Card or Business Card from American Express OPEN issued in the U.S. by AXP or by a licensed third party bank issuer of AXP-branded Cards (“Licensed Issuers”).”

      So I interpret that as meaning that the Citi and Bank of America AMEX cards will be eligible for the statement credit.