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The welcome offer on the Chase United Quest card has increased to 90,000 United Miles, equaling the other that we saw early last year. Doctor of Credit unearthed a direct link to this offer, but I wouldn’t be surprised if the public and referral links soon follow suit. This is what we’ll have listed in the best offers page until we see the public offer change.
The Offer and Key Card Details
|Card Offer and Details|
60K Miles + 500 PQPs
60k miles and 500 PQPs after $4K spend in the first 3 months $250 Annual Fee
This card is subject to Chase's 5/24 rule (click here for details).
Earning rate: 3X United ⚬ 2X restaurants including eligible delivery services ⚬ 2X on all other travel ⚬ 2X select streaming
Card Type: Visa Signature
Big spend bonus: Earn up to 6,000 PQPs per year: 500 PQPs per $12K spend
Noteworthy perks: Up to $125 in statement credits for United purchases each cardmember year ⚬ First and second checked bag free for cardholder and one companion when you purchase your tickets with the card and include your Mileage Plus number ⚬ Two 5K award flight rebates per cardmember year (5K miles back when you book first 2 award tickets each anniversary year) ⚬ $100 Global Entry, TSA PreCheck or Nexuas reimbursement ⚬ 25% back on United inflight or Club Premium drink purchases ⚬ $10 monthly GoPuff credit (through 12/31/23)
The Quest is something that I’ve had on my backburner since it first came out, I’ve just been waiting for the offer to creep back up. It offers up to $125 in statement credits annually for United purchases and two 5,000-mile rebates on your first two United award bookings each year. These two factors alone could almost make it a break-even prospect before even considering the primary rental car insurance and two free checked bags for the cardholder and one companion.
This 90K offer stands out as a pretty compelling one and I think that, for someone who uses United at least a couple of times a year, the benefits could make up for the $250 annual fee…and 90,000 UA miles is a pretty good haul for $5,000 in spend.
The United Quest falls under Chase’s 5/24 rule, so check out Greg’s post on ways to check your status if you’re uncertain of where you stand.