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Earn 70,000 United Airlines Miles With a Targeted Card Offer!

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Via Reddit, some folks are targeted to earn 70,000 United Airlines miles after meeting minimum spending requirements with the Chase United MileagePlus Explorer card.

If You’ve Been Targeted, You Can Use the Increased Sign-Up Bonus From the United Airlines Explorer Card for a Round-Trip Flight to Hawaii!

Here are the details.  And how to check whether you’ve been targeted!

Increased Sign-Up Bonus on the United Explorer Card (Targeted)

Link:  Targeted United Airlines Explorer Card Offer (Log-In Required)

To see if you’ve been targeted, visit this link and log into your United Airlines account.

If you see the offer, you’ll earn 70,000 United Airlines miles when you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months of account opening.

And another 5,000 United Airlines miles after adding an authorized user who makes a purchase within the same timeframe.

The offer expires June 30, 2016.

With this card, you’ll see more available award seats than folks who don’t have the card.

And you’ll get:

The $95 annual fee is NOT waived the first year.  But there are no foreign transaction fees, which makes it a good card to use when you’re overseas.

Here’s my review of the card.  And check out my guide to earning and using United Airlines miles!

This is a great deal, because the normal sign-up bonus is 30,000 United Airlines miles.

Just remember, Chase has been tightening its application rules.  So if you’ve opened more than ~5 credit cards within the past 24 months from ANY bank, it’s likely you will NOT be approved for the card.

Let me know if you’re targeted for the offer!

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