United Airlines recently announced a new sweepstakes where they plan to give away ONE BILLION AIRLINE MILES!! Check out how you can maximize your odds starting today!
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By: Frank – @dugup46 – The “United MileagePlus® Billion Mile Giveaway Sweepstakes” officially began on August 1, 2016. I have already read over all the terms and conditions for the sweepstakes, and with a little effort, I think we all have a decent shot at snagging some miles!
The contest will award one billion airline miles across 140,100 MileagePlus accounts, using the following prize structure:
Grand prize winners will also receive $7,500 in cash to pay the taxes associated with the value of one million miles (very rare and very thoughtful)!
How To Enter
There are two different methods to enter the contest. The first method is just visiting the official sweepstakes URL listed below and filling out the form. Alternatively, you receive an entry for each purchase made with a United MileagePlus Chase credit card during the Promotional Period at a participating merchant locations in the U.S.
- The contest will run from August 1st, 2016 through September 30th, 2016
- The official drawing date is scheduled for October 15th, 2016.
- You can submit entries by visiting this link: https://www.billionmilegiveaway.com/
- Each purchase on your United MileagePlus Chase Credit card earns you an entry
It wouldn’t be a Loophole Travel post without a loophole, right? After combing through the terms and conditions, I found one. The kicker to this contest is that you can enter the contest an UNLIMITED amount of times online! The overall odds of winning a prize are about 1 in 1,200, but if you have a couple hours to kill during the upcoming months – you could put yourself in a really nice spot to snag some free miles. The real question though, “Is it worth it?” If you have a little time on the couch and could use 5,000 miles, it can’t hurt to try!
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