United Credit Cards Launch 30,000 Bonus Miles Offer

United credit cards' welcome bonus now offers 10,000 more bonus miles than before.


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United Club℠ Infinite Card

Earn 90,000 bonus miles after qualifying purchases. Enjoy worldwide United Airlines and Star Alliance airport lounge access with complimentary United Club membership. 


United℠ Explorer Card

Earn 60,000 bonus miles after qualifying purchases.
$0 introductory annual fee for the first year, then $95.


United Gateway℠ Card

Earn 30,000 bonus miles after qualifying purchases. No annual fee, plus 0% intro APR for 12 months from account opening on purchases.


United Quest℠ Card

Earn 70,000 bonus miles and 500 Premier qualifying points after qualifying purchases.
Free first and second checked bags and priority boarding.


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Erin Bendig
Personal Finance Writer

Erin pairs personal experience with research and is passionate about sharing personal finance advice with others. Previously, she was a freelancer focusing on the credit card side of finance, but has branched out since then to cover other aspects of personal finance. Erin is well-versed in traditional media with reporting, interviewing and research, as well as using graphic design and video and audio storytelling to share with her readers.