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Completing these tasks takes ~10 minutes (my friend tried them all!). And it’s an easy way to earn a few extra miles and keep your United Airlines miles from expiring. Because they’ll expire if you don’t have any account activity after 18 months.
So here’s more about how to earn these FREE United Airlines miles.
Earn 1,750 Extra United Airlines Miles
Link: e-Rewards Sign-Up Bonus
Link: MyPoints Sign-Up Bonus
Here’s a (fairly) quick way to earn 1,750 free United Airlines miles.
1 – Earn 500 United Airlines miles when you sign-up for and complete a survey with e-Rewards.
A friend of mine signed-up for e-Rewards and said it took her ~5 minutes. They asked her a number of questions in order to be able to target her for specific surveys.
But she hasn’t received any surveys yet. So I can’t confirm that this works! But the sign-up page says it should.
2 – You can also earn 750 United Airlines miles for signing-up for MyPoints through this link.
It took my friend ~2 minutes to enter her information and confirm her email address. So this is definitely an easy way to earn free miles.
3 – And you can earn another 500 United Airlines miles for downloading and registering the Prosper Daily app on your phone. This takes ~3 minutes because you have to answer questions when you register for the program.
Just note, folks on Reddit suggest using your first name instead of your last with the Prosper Daily app promotion to avoid an error when you register.
That’s 1,750 FREE United Airlines miles for ~10 of your time!
So if you’re sitting on the couch this evening…why not get a few free miles? 😉
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