United Airlines and Chase Introduce New Business Credit Card

By Jesse Sokolow on 23 January 2020
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United Airlines and JPMorgan Chase announced a new credit card, the United Business Card, on Thursday.

The new card replaces the United Explorer Business Card, which will no longer be offered.

The issuer is offering a 100,000-mile sign-up bonus given after a $10,000 initial spend in the first three months.  United and Chase are also offering new sing-up bonuses for United Explorer Card, United Club Card, and the United Club Business Card.

Cardholders will earn two miles per dollar spent on mass transit and commuting, two miles per dollar spent at gas stations, office supply stores, restaurants, and United Airlines purchases.  They will also receive a 25% rebate on in-flight purchases when flying on United including Wi-Fi, food, and beverages.

When flying, cardholders will receive priority boarding, a free checked bag, and two passes to the United Club.

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