Increased 50,000 Mile Welcome Offer on the United MileagePlus Explorer Business Card

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The Chase United MileagePlus Explorer Business Card just increased its welcome bonus offer to 50,000 United miles after spending $2,000 within the first three months.

Link: United MileagePlus Explorer Business Card

This is marketed as a limited-time offer, but there are no details I’m aware of that say how long it will last. It’s still a good opportunity if you have been considering to apply for a United credit card, but a similar 50,000 offer has been released in the past.

Increased 50,000 Mile Welcome Offer on Chase United MileagePlus Explorer Business Card

This business card could be a great way to accrue United miles to take advantage of United Airline’s generous free stopovers allowed on award tickets.

The card comes with several other benefits that include:

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Remember that you won’t qualify for a Chase welcome bonus if you have had the same Chase card product within the last 24 months.

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4 comments on “Increased 50,000 Mile Welcome Offer on the United MileagePlus Explorer Business Card”

  1. I closed my Explorer (personal) card couple months ago. If I apply the business version of Explorer card, do I earn the sign-up bonus too?

  2. Ramzi, when applying for business credit cards with you SS# your personal credit score will be pulled. It may be easier to go with a business card as you can explain the need for different credit lines to separate expenses, etc

    1. KEN, yes the United Club Card will be a different product that Explorer. You can earn the bonus on each, and the Explorer card has both a personal and business version as well.

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