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Promoted 09-02-2014 by brisar at 08:47 AM View Original Post
UPDATE: Today is the last day for this very popular offer.

Chase is offering 50,000 Bonus Miles with New Chase United MileagePlus Explorer Credit Card Approval after you spend $2000 during the first 3 months. You will also receive 5,000 bonus miles when you add an authorized user and make a purchase in the first three months. Thanks icarius2010

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Edited April 27, 2015 at 05:46 PM by oFlamingo
No $50 statement credit though

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Last Edited by oFlamingo August 1, 2014 at 08:44 AM
  • LIMITED TIME OFFER: Start with 50,000 bonus miles after you spend $2,000 in the first 3 months
  • Earn an additional 5,000 miles when you add an authorized user and make a purchase in the first three months
  • Check your first bag for free – save up to $100 per roundtrip
  • Enjoy priority boarding privileges and visit the United Club with two one-time-use passes every year
  • No foreign transaction fees!
  • Earn double miles on tickets purchased from United, and 1 mile per $1 on all other purchases
  • Your miles don’t expire as long as you’re a Cardmember, with no limit to the number of miles you can earn
  • Use your miles for any seat, any time, on any United flight
  • $0 intro annual fee for the first year, then $95

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#4
Spend $2,000 in 3 months.......

$95 annual fee waived for first year........
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yay! I have been waiting for this offer to come back. Thank you very much OP and repped. bounce
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Typo in the title, should be 5000 miles after an additional card.. not 50,000
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I think it's 5,000 for adding another authorized user not 50,000
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Just a heads up...I see the banner for the card on my United account and it has the 50k + $50 statement credit on the banner. Will post if anyone would like to pursue the credit if they don't get it (but it may be included just not listed).

btw, anyone know if applying for another CC with Chase (I have 3) will require another hard inquiry? I opened an IHG and INK card late last year that don't show as hard inquiries on credit karma (I already had a Chase Freedom card).
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Last time I forgot to keep my account active and lost the 50K miles. Frown
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repost...........
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Quote from tedcruz View Post :
Last time I forgot to keep my account active and lost the 50K miles. Frown
How do you keep the account active? I was under the impression you can't lose the points unless you close the card?
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How do you keep the account active? I was under the impression you can't lose the points unless you close the card?
you have to either spend or earn points within a certain period of time (a year and a half or something). I just click through mileageplus shopping when I'm buying something online if I need to maintain activity and it updates the expiration date. Not hard, but you need to keep track of it if you don't plan on using them soon.
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Quote from themoleculoman View Post :
Just a heads up...I see the banner for the card on my United account and it has the 50k + $50 statement credit on the banner. Will post if anyone would like to pursue the credit if they don't get it (but it may be included just not listed).

btw, anyone know if applying for another CC with Chase (I have 3) will require another hard inquiry? I opened an IHG and INK card late last year that don't show as hard inquiries on credit karma (I already had a Chase Freedom card).
Credit Karma only shows your information from Transunion. Chase most frequently pulls Experian.....occasionally Equifax depending on your location. They rarely pull Transunion. If you applied for a credit card, it was DEFINITELY a hard pull - it's just a matter of which bureau. Check the Credit pulls database at Credit Boards to see who they pull in your state and to learn more about credit in general - because your comment implies that you thought that CK gave a complete view of your credit, but it's only looking at one report. Your reports from the major three bureaus can vary quite a bit. Many banks mainly pull Experian - check Credit Sesame to get something based on Experian.
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Quote from tedcruz View Post :
Last time I forgot to keep my account active and lost the 50K miles. Frown
You can buy back up to 50k miles for $100 if it hasn't been more than 18 months since your miles expired. Definitely worth the money. https://secure.unitedmileageplus....Terms2.jsp
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Quote from Parachute07 View Post :
Credit Karma only shows your information from Transunion. Chase most frequently pulls Experian.....occasionally Equifax depending on your location. They rarely pull Transunion. If you applied for a credit card, it was DEFINITELY a hard pull - it's just a matter of which bureau. Check the Credit pulls database at Credit Boards to see who they pull in your state and to learn more about credit in general - because your comment implies that you thought that CK gave a complete view of your credit, but it's only looking at one report. Your reports from the major three bureaus can vary quite a bit. Many banks mainly pull Experian - check Credit Sesame to get something based on Experian.
Roger that, thanks for the information! I knew CK was only transunion, but didn't know the rest. Will read into..
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