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The United Visa Rewards section in the MPX app is once again offering 25x bonus miles per dollar when paying for stays at Radisson properties with your Chase United card.
- Earn 25 miles per dollar when paying for a stay at a Radisson Rewards property with your Chase United card after linking the offer to your card in United’s MileagePlus (MPX) app.
- Expires April 30, 2021.
- Limit 8,250 bonus miles.
- Valid for online & on-property bookings.
- Limit 1 per activation/account.
- Must use registered United Chase Visa card.
United Visa Rewards offered the same deal through September 30, 2020, then it returned through December 31, 2020. There’s been a gap of a week, but it’s now returned once again and is valid through the end of April.
This offer is slightly different to the previous deal. The last one had a limit of 7,500 bonus miles which meant you’d max it out when spending $300. This latest offer has a limit of 8,250 miles which means you’ll max it out when spending $330.
This offer is only available to Chase United cardholders and you have to link it to your card. To access the offer, you’ll need to download the MPX app and log in using your regular MileagePlus account details. On the app’s home screen there’s a section for United Visa Rewards (you might need to scroll down), so tap that and wait for the different offers to load.
Unlike Amex Offers and Chase Offers, there’s nothing you need to click to link the offer – simply viewing the offer in the app will link it to your United credit card. Most United Visa Rewards offers stay linked for a week and then you need to relink them, but that’s not the case with this Radisson deal – once you’ve viewed it in the app, it’ll stay linked through April 30, 2021.
If you’ll be staying with Radisson more than once by the end of April, it’d be best to pay for your more expensive stay with your United card, unless both stays would cost more than $330 anyway.
Seeing as this is a card-linked offer, it also stacks nicely with other opportunities. You can click through from a shopping portal to earn cashback/rewards, plus booking directly means you’ll be eligible for status benefits, points earning, etc.