United Airlines, Chase, and Visa Extend Credit Card Partnership Through 2029

By Jesse Sokolow on 21 February 2020
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United Airlines, JPMorgan Chase, and Visa announced an extension of the airline’s frequent-flyer program credit card.

The three companies have been partners for over 30 years.

“United Airlines, Chase and Visa have a longstanding partnership that delivers top benefits to customers to help them get the most out of their travel,” said Luc Bondar, the airline’s vice president of loyalty, adding that under the terms of the extension, members of the United Airlines MileagePlus program will have more opportunities to earn and redeem miles.

The agreement will continue through 2029 and covers a portfolio of credit cards that includes the United Business Card, United Explorer Card, United Club Card, United Club Business Card, and United TravelBank Card.

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