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United has announced a new promotion, Mile Play, where you can earn bonus miles for completing individually tailored tasks. The offer you receive from United is based on your previous flying history with the airline. It comes as no surprise that most individual offers will require you to fly a little more than you typically would during the promotion time frame. The promotion runs through October 31, 2018.
- You need to sign in to receive your Mile Play offer
- Flights must be completed by October 31, 2018
- Only flights booked after registration are eligible for the promotion
- The offer you receive is based on your flying history with United
The offers will vary by individual accounts. Typically, you will receive something along the lines of “Earn so many miles for completing a given number of trips”. The key requirement of the promotion is that all flights taken as part of the promotion should be completed by October 31, 2018.
May Not Be Open To Everyone
There may be some restriction on participating in the Mile Play promotion. This restriction may be due to the geographical location of your United account, your mileage balance, or the age of your United account.
Individually targeted promotions can be an easy way to pick up bonus miles if you fly with multiple airlines. Since most airlines base your goals on your previous history, moving one or two flights from another airline to hit the promotion target is relatively simple. On the other hand, if you regularly only fly with the airline offering the promotion, booking one or two unnecessary additional flights to earn a few thousand miles bonus is hardly worth the effort.
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