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Chase launches new bonus offers on all United credit cards worth up to 100,000 miles

Chase announced that applicants for the United Explorer Card, United Club Card, United Business Card and United Club Business Card can now earn bonuses worth up to 100,000 miles.

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The limited-time offers mentioned below may no longer be available. The United Club℠ Card is not currently in market. Check out the latest United card welcome bonuses here.

Chase announced that starting today, Jan. 23, new applicants for both consumer and business United credit cards can benefit from increased welcome bonus offers worth up to 100,000 miles.

Eligible cards include: United℠ Explorer Card, United Club℠ Card, United℠ Business Card and United Club℠ Business Card.

"We're kicking off the year with big wins for our new customers – unique offers on our personal and business credit cards that provide unmatched value with one of the best airline loyalty programs out there," Leslie Gillin, president of Chase co-brand cards, said in the press release.

Below, CNBC Select breaks down the new limited-time bonus offers.

New bonus points offer for United credit cards

United℠ Explorer Card ($0 first year, then $95)

  • New offer: 40,000 bonus miles after you make $2,000 in purchases in the first three months from account opening.
  • Old offer: 60,000 bonus miles after you make $3,000 in purchases in the first three months from account opening. Offer ends 4/2/20.
  • Bottom line: While the overall bonus decreased by 20,000 miles, the spending requirements make it easier to earn your miles

Latest: Chase launches new bonus offer worth up to 70,000 miles on the United Explorer Card

United Club℠ Card ($450 annual fee)

  • New offer: 75,000 bonus miles after you spend $3,000 in purchases in the first three months from account opening. Offer ends 3/12/20.
  • Old offer: 50,000 bonus miles after you make $3,000 in purchases in the first three months from account opening
  • Bottom line: The bonus increased 25,000 miles while the spending requirements remained the same

United℠ Business Card ($99 annual fee)

  • New offer: 75,000 bonus miles after you spend $5,000 in purchases within the first three months of account opening. Offer ends 11/30/20.
  • Old offer: 100,000 bonus miles after you spend $10,000 in purchases
  • Bottom line: The lower spending requirement can help cardholders reach the still generous welcome bonus

United Club℠ Business Card ($450 annual fee)

  • New offer: 100,000 bonus miles after you make $10,000 in purchases within the first three months of account opening. Offer ends 4/2/20.
  • Old offer: 50,000 bonus miles after you spend $3,000 in purchases in the first three months from account opening
  • Bottom line: The bonus increased by 50,000 miles, but the spending requirement has more than doubled

Don't miss: Earn an elevated welcome bonus worth up to 100,000 Avios on British Airways, Aer Lingus, and Iberia cards

Information about the United Club℠ Card, and United Club℠ Business Card has been collected independently by CNBC and has not been reviewed or provided by the issuer of the cards prior to publication.

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