This offer has expired. Click HERE for the latest and greatest, most up-to-datest offer!!
In the wee small hours of Leap Day 2012, Continental’s much ballyhooed card offer went bye-bye. This happened in anticipation of the complete merger of Continental’s OnePass frequent flyer mile program with United’s MilesPlus program this Saturday March 3, 2012. Your Continental OnePass miles will automatically become United MileagePlus miles, or you could transfer them now.
This is a great time to take advantage of United’s card offer which is virtually the same as what Continental’s was: 30,00 miles for one purchase – no minimum spend. Well, at least a penny. Other airlines have higher spending requirements. With this, get the card, spend a buck, get 25,000 miles. Add an authorized user and get another 5,000 miles. No annual fee the first year. Apply now!
Leap Day is this Wednesday, February 29th. That is the last day you can apply for this GREAT card.
This is so ridiculously good, that I keep trying to herd folks to the trough. You get $25,000 frequent flyer miles (enough for a free flight) after making ONE purchase. No minimum purchase other than, well, a penny. You get another 5,000 frequent flyer miles if you add anothoer adult’s name as an authorized user. That’s 30,000 for buying a stick of gum.
> Apply for Continental’s card or apply for United’s card & get 30,000 free miles (enough for a free round trip ticket) with just one purchase (any amount). With either of these cards:
1. sign up for their card (25K miles)
2. add an authorized user’s name only (5K miles)
3. make one purchase (no minimum – well, at least a penny)
4. no annual fee the first year
> Transfer miles between United & Continental
> Read how your Continental miles will become United miles
> See Kevin Kataoka at The San Francisco Punchline on New Year’s Eve
> Check out Karen Anderson’s funny blog
Chase Bank will give you 25,000 Frequent Flyer miles if you open a Personal checking account. Get another 25,000 for a Business checking. Already have a Chase Personal or Business checking account? Open up the one you don’t have. Miles are on Continental, which has just merged with United. Soon your miles will merge as well. See the videos below to see how to do this quickly and easily!
Offer good through December 31, 2010.
>Continental Airlines Website