The Case For The United Card For Everyday Use

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    The normally mediocre offering on the United MileagePlus Explorer card has been raised significantly to 50,000 United miles (5,000 additional with the addition of an authorized user) for the next month. I wrote about it last week and it truly is a wonderful card and great bonus! application link – United MileagePlus Explorer – 50,000 miles and $50 after $2,000 spent (I do not receive a commission for this card) The Case for Everyday Use But, what about using the card after meeting the $2,000 minimum spending? Most airline and hotel branded credit cards generally do not offer any great benefits to continue to use them after meeting the spending requirement. They are meant to compliment your loyalty account with the perks they offer (though the banks would prefer you continue using them!). They do not have any great category bonuses like other cards (like the Amex Premier Rewards Gold or the Chase Ink duo) and generally just offer 1 mile per dollar on everything that is not purchases from their branded... The post The Case For The United Card For Everyday Use appeared first on Running with Miles.

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