Continental.com Club?

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  1. Anglo Large Clawed Otter
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    Any word on whether this feature will continue in some way with the new UA? My membership details show that my Continental.com Club membership is good through June, 2012, and there's even a link offering to renew membership. Earning $5 travel credits per flight booked through the CO website has definitely driven me to book fares through CO whenever possible.

    Just wondering if anyone (perhaps an Insider) can offer any insight on whether we'll be seeing a United.com Club?
     
  2. mauld

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    I had a CO.com Club membership awhile ago, and never saw the rationale in paying to renew. May I ask, what are the benefits of this club?
     
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    $5 in travel credit for each ticket purchased on co.com. It adds up after a while.
     
  4. Anglo Large Clawed Otter
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    Also wondering, if the program is canceled after the websites/FFPs are merged, will there be a prorated refund of the $25 annual membership fee for those people who have several months of membership remaining?
     
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    My Co.com membership expires in July 2012. I'm already ahead on this year's $25 membership, but if it's not going to be good through July, then I think there should be a prorated refund. I would rather keep the benefit though.
     

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