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Highest-Ever Offer on the Chase United Explorer Business Card (75,000 United Airlines Miles!) Now Publicly Available

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Highest-Ever Offer on the Chase United Explorer Business Card (75,000 United Airlines Miles!) Now Publicly Available

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A couple of weeks ago we let you know about a targeted offer for an increased sign-up bonus on the United Explorer Business Card.  The good news is, that offer is now available to everyone!

With the United Explorer Business Card, you can now earn 75,000 United Airlines miles after meeting minimum spending requirements.  It’s the highest offer we’ve ever seen for any United Airlines credit card (personal or small business).

The most recent bonus was for just 50,000 miles.  So, the extra miles with this increased sign-up bonus is enough for another round-trip domestic award flight!

But this offer is only available for a limited time until March 18, 2019.  Here’s what you need to know.

The Sign-Up Bonus From the Chase United Explorer Business Card Is More Than Enough for a Round-Trip Coach Flight or One-Way Business Class Ticket to Europe!

Limited-Time Increased Offer on the Chase United Explorer Business Card

Through March 18, 2019, you can earn 75,000 United Airlines miles when you open the United Explorer Business Card and spend $5,000 on purchases within the first 3 months of account opening.

You’ll also get:

  • 2 United Airlines miles per $1 you spend on United Airlines and at restaurants, gas stations, and office supply stores
  • 1 United Airlines mile per $1 you spend on everything else
  • Free first checked bag for you and one companion on the same reservation – but you MUST use your card to pay for your ticket
  • Priority boarding
  • 2 United Club lounge passes per card membership year
  • No foreign transaction fees

There’s a $95 annual fee, but it’s waived the first year.  Plus, cardholders will have access to more available award seats – one of my favorite perks of the card and why I keep it in my wallet year after year!

Just note, while this card won’t count toward your Chase 5/24 status, it IS subject to Chase 5/24.  That means you won’t be approved for it if you’ve opened 5 or more cards from any bank in the past 24 months (except for certain small business cards).

What Are 75,000 United Airlines Miles Worth?

75,000 United Airlines miles is enough for:

  • 3 round-trip coach award flights within the US or Canada (75,000 United Airlines miles)
  • Round-trip coach award flight to Hawaii (45,000 United Airlines miles)
  • Round-trip coach award flight to Europe (60,000 United Airlines miles)
  • One-way Business Class award flight to Europe (60,000 United Airlines miles)
  • Coach award flights to South America, Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, India, or Australia (between 20,000 and 42,500 United Airlines miles one-way)

For more information about earning and using United Airlines miles, be sure to check out our ultimate guide to United Airlines miles.

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I was looking at getting this card for a trip to Europe later this year, but it looks like United miles can’t be used for TAP currently. Anyone know if this is permanent or just a temporary outage?

I just got this card with the lower offer. Haven’t even received the card in the mail yet. Would they allow me to avail of this offer instead if I ask?

I ran into this the last time I applied for a Chase United card a couple years ago. I applied for a 50k bonus, and 2 weeks later they came out with a 70k offer. I called them twice just in case, and was completely out of luck, since their system won’t let them match or give miles based on a newer offer. I’ve since learned to not even bother with any card till I see a 65k or 70k mile/point offer.

On another note, you can apply for the Chase Ink Business Preferred instead, put your 5k spend on that one, and get 80k points, if you don’t have enough to spend for both bonuses.

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Hi Pam, It never hurts to ask! Some readers have reported being matched to higher offers if they’ve recently applied for a lower offer.

With Chase, it’s easiest to send a secure message through your online account.

Good luck!

after reading some of the less shady blogs, i confirmed that it is absolutely 5/24. maybe these guys here gets paid by the clicks or the number of applications submitted, regardless of the fact that it’s a time waster for every body involved if over 5/24 — you for submitted an application that will be rejected, and Chase for having to process the application and then rejecting it.

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Hi jy, You’re correct, this card is subject to Chase 5/24. That means you won’t be approved for it if you’ve opened 5 or more cards from any bank in the past 24 months (except for certain small business cards). However, it won’t count toward your Chase 5/24 status.

Is it 5/24 or NOT?

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Hi Kathy,

This card won’t count toward your Chase 5/24 status, but it is subject to 5/24. So you won’t be approved if you’ve opened 5 or more cards from any bank in the past 24 months (except for certain small business cards).

Is this subject to the 5/24 rule? I thought it wasn’t because it’s a business card.

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Hi Sam, thanks for your questions. While this card won’t count toward your Chase 5/24 status, it IS subject to Chase 5/24. That means you won’t be approved for it if you’ve opened 5 or more cards from any bank in the past 24 months (except for certain small business cards).

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