Earn free* travel and a seat in first class when you purchase qualifying
flights on United Airlines. Eligible Mileage
Plus(R) members who fly three qualifying roundtrips on United, United
Express or Ted by June 15, 2004 will earn a free economy class ticket
anywhere United flies in the 48 contiguous United States. Passengers who
purchase six qualifying trips will earn another free roundtrip ticket—
this time in first class**.“United’s industry leading Fly 3 Fly Free promotion is back, but with
more,” said John Tague, Executive Vice President-Customer. “This time,
customers can earn the opportunity to experience the comfort and enhanced
amenities of United First, our very best domestic service.”
The “Fly 3 Fly Free; Fly 6 Fly First” promotion is valid for Mileage Plus
members who reside in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and the U.S.
Virgin Islands. Qualifying economy class travel will not include Saturday
night stay. Participants must register for this offer by April 15, 2004.
Taxes and fees related to free travel are the responsibility of the
passenger. Some restrictions apply. Please see the terms and conditions
below for details. To register, visit http://www.united.com/fly3fly6 or
call 1-800-541-4184 today.
United and United Express operate more than 3,400 flights a day on a route
network that spans the globe. News releases and other information about
United can be found at the company’s web site at http://www.united.com/ .
Terms & Conditions of Offer: Passenger must fly three qualifying
roundtrips on United, United Express or Ted between 2/9/04 and 6/15/04 to
earn a free roundtrip ticket valid for travel on United, United Express or
Ted in the contiguous 48 United States. For residents of Hawaii, Alaska,
Canada, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, the free ticket is valid
for roundtrip travel from these locations to the contiguous 48 states.
Passenger may earn an additional free roundtrip First Class ticket when
three more qualifying roundtrips are flown during this same period. Any
individual may earn a maximum of two free tickets. Offer is restricted to
residents of the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Travel on flights operated by other airlines, such as United marketed
codeshare and Star Alliance flights, does not qualify for this offer.
Offer is combinable with other offers. Your free ticket will arrive 4 to 6
weeks after completion of your last trip. Qualifying Travel Dates: To
qualify for this offer, travel must take place between 2/9/04 and 6/15/04.
Passenger must fly a roundtrip to any worldwide destination served by
United, United Express or Ted. Roundtrip travel is defined as two one-way
trips that depart from and return to the same co-terminal booked in a
single reservation under one qualifying ticket number. Qualifying Booking
Classes: Qualifying travel may be booked in any booking class in United
First, United Business or United Economy Class. The fare purchased must be
a valid, published fare. This promotion is not valid on government fares.
Min/Max Stay Requirements: First Class roundtrip travel and Business Class
roundtrip travel have no stay requirements. Economy Class roundtrip travel
may not include a Saturday night stay. United Mileage Plus Membership
Requirement: Passenger must be a member of United’s Mileage Plus frequent
flyer program for travel to qualify for this offer. Ticketing: E- ticket
purchase is required. Registration Requirement: Passenger must register
for this offer by 4/15/04 in order for travel during the valid travel
period of this offer to qualify for the free ticket offer. Flights must be
credited to the passenger’s Mileage Plus account to qualify. To register
for the offer, go to http://www.united.com/fly3fly6 or call 1-800-541-4184.
Free Ticket Terms & Conditions: The free ticket will be valid for
roundtrip travel on United, United Express and Ted flights within the 48
contiguous United States. For residents of Hawaii, Alaska, Canada, Puerto
Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, the free ticket will be valid for
roundtrip travel from these locations to the contiguous 48 states. The
First Class ticket may be redeemed for an economy ticket. On a three cabin
aircraft the first class ticket is valid for Business class travel. Valid
Travel Dates for Free Ticket: The free ticket will be valid for travel
between September 1, 2004 and June 15, 2005, except on dates noted below.
Valid Ticketing Dates: Ticketing must occur between April 1, 2004 and June
1, 2005. Valid Routing: The free ticket is valid for roundtrip travel on
any route in the 48 states where United publishes fares. For residents of
Hawaii, Alaska, Canada, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, the free
ticket will be valid for roundtrip travel from these locations to the
contiguous 48 states. No stopovers or circle trips are allowed. Travel on
the First Class ticket is not valid on Ted or United Express. Blackout
Dates for Travel on Free Ticket: The free ticket will not be valid for
travel on the following dates: November 24, 28, 29, 2004; December 18, 19,
21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30 2004; January 1, 2, 3, 2005; February 11, 12, 13,
15, 2005; March 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27, 28, 2005; April 2, 3,
**Booking Class for Free Ticket: The free ticket will be booked in S or T
booking classes for Economy travel and NF class for First Class travel. If
booking on a three cabin equipment the first class ticket is to be booked
in Business class in NC booking class. Seats are limited and may not be
available on all flights or on all days of the week when you travel.
Advance Booking Requirement for Free Ticket: Travel on the free ticket
must be booked at least 14 days in advance of departure. Minimum Stay
Requirement for Free Ticket: Travel must include a Saturday night stay.
The maximum stay is 30 days. Transferability of Free Ticket: Free ticket
is transferable, but may not be bartered or sold. Mileage Plus Accrual:
Passenger traveling on this free ticket may not accrue Mileage Plus miles
or earn miles toward Mileage Plus status. Upgradeability: This free ticket
is not upgradeable.
*Free Ticket Additional Taxes/Fees: Passenger is responsible for any
applicable taxes, fees, and charges associated with their free ticket.
Passengers will pay a $3.10 per flight segment tax. A flight segment is
defined as one takeoff and one landing. Passengers will pay the September
11th Security Fee of up to $10.00 maximum per roundtrip and Passenger
Facility Charges of up to $18.00, which may be collected depending on the
itinerary. For travel from Alaska and Hawaii, passengers will pay a $6.90
(each way) international departure tax. For travel from Puerto Rico and
the U.S. Virgin Islands, passengers will pay a $13.70 (each way)
international departure tax. Additionally, for travel from Canada,
passengers are responsible for U.S. Inspection Fees of $7.00 and for all
taxes and fees imposed by the Canadian government of up to $24.00.
Additional restrictions may apply. Free Ticket Itinerary Changes: No
changes can be made after ticketed departure date for any portion of the
ticket. Changes made before departure are subject to a service charge of
$100usd/136 cad. Other Conditions: Offer is subject to change without
notice. Other restrictions may apply.