Chase United Quest Card, New 90K Bonus with $5K Spend
Chase and United Airlines recently launched the Chase United Quest Card. The card was first launched with a 100,000 miles bonus. But now there’s a 90,000 bonus that can be an even better option since it requires less spending. Check out the details of this new United Quest card bonus below.
This is a limited-time launch offer. New customers can earn both or either of these tiered bonuses:
Earn 90,000 bonus miles after you spend $5,000 on purchases in the first 3 months your account is open.
Annual Fee: $250 (not waived)
- DIRECT LINK TO OFFER
- 3x points per $1 spent on United purchases
- 2x points per $1 spent on all other travel purchases
- 2x points per $1 spent on select streaming and restaurant purchases
- 1x point per $1 spent on all other purchases
- Other Benefits
- Up to $125 in statement credits for United purchases charged to your card each anniversary year.
- Up to 10,000 miles back. Get 5,000 miles back for each award flight per year (up to two). Based on cardmember year, not calendar.
- Global Entry or TSA PreCheck fee credit.
- Free first and second checked bag.
- Priority boarding and premier upgrades on award tickets.
- 25% statement credit on purchases made using the card onboard United operated flights
- Up to 3,000 premier qualifying points (PQPs) per year toward Premier status (up to and including Premier 1K)
- No blackout dates when redeeming miles, so you can fly without travel date restrictions
- No foreign transaction fees
- Exclusive cardmember benefits with the Luxury Hotel and Resort Collection
- Travel and purchase protection benefits
This is a good card for frequent United Airlines flyers. You need to pay the $250 annual fee in the first year, but there are several benefits that will help you offset it, besides the welcome bonus which is worth close to $1,000. You get up to $125 in statement credits for United purchases and up to 10,000 miles each year for award flights. That’s over $200 in value.
Just keep in mind that this is a Chase card and it falls under the Chase 5/24 rule.
HT: DoC and USCCG