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One Week Left! Best-Ever Offer on the Chase United Explorer Business Card (75,000 United Airlines Miles!)

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Through March 18, 2019, you can earn 75,000 United Airlines miles after meeting minimum spending requirements on the United Explorer Business Card. It’s the highest public offer we’ve ever seen for any United Airlines credit card (personal or small business).

That’s 25,000 more miles than the card’s most recent bonus of 50,000 miles. The sign-up bonus alone can be used to book at least three round-trip coach tickets within the US, or a round-trip coach flight to Hawaii, or a one-way Business class flight to Europe, and more!

Here are the details.

This Limited-Time Deal on the Chase United Small Business Card Could Easily Save You $1,000+ In Travel

Limited-Time Offer on the United Explorer Business Card About to Expire

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 with 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

The $95 annual fee is waived the first year. Plus, cardholders will have access to more available award seats.  This perk alone is the reason I keep my Chase United Business card open year after year!  If you travel United often it’s really quite an invaluable benefit.

Just remember, while this card won’t count toward your Chase 5/24 status, it IS restricted by the Chase 5/24 rule.  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).

Want to learn more about earning and using United Airlines miles? Be sure to read our ultimate guide to United Airlines miles.

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I’m considering closing the ink preferred card after having had it for several years, and replace it with the Explorer card. I’m wondering if I should cancel before or after applying for the Explorer card. This would be my third chase business card.

Hi Leo,

Are you not finding the card useful anymore? It might be worth calling and asking if they’d be willing to waive the fee for a year or perhaps offer another type of retention bonus.