Chase/Visa Ink United MileagePlus Program Extension

Chase, Visa and United Airlines will embark on a multi-year extension of the United MileagePlus credit card program.

The partnership will continue to support multiple products across the credit card program, including the United MileagePlus Explorer, United MileagePlus Explorer Business and United MileagePlus Club cards.

“This renewal reinforces our longstanding commitment to providing our mutual customers valuable rewards and travel privileges to get the most out of their travel,” Eileen Serra, Chase Card Services CEO, said in a press release.

“We are thrilled to continue this successful partnership and look forward to collaborating on the progression of the overall program.”

According to the companies, the agreement builds upon the more than 20-year legacy of providing benefits tailored to the consumer and business MileagePlus cardholders.

“The partnership between United Airlines, Chase and Visa creates great value for our customers, offering them an unmatched set of products and services when they fly on United and every day,” said Tom O’Toole, SVP and chief marketing officer of United Airlines.

“Our continued partnership ensures that we will continue to advance these benefits for years to come.”

Cardholders will also have access to exclusive events with, as well as exclusive luxury hotel and resort privileges.

Visa President Ryan McInerney said: “We are pleased to extend our partnership with United to continue to offer customers one of the world's most popular rewards card programs. Our long and rich history together provides a unique opportunity to innovate and offer new experiences and benefits to United travelers."

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