Two Times and the Third Is on United

Fly two times and the third is on us: United Airlines today announced that all registered Mileage Plus members who fly
two paid, qualifying roundtrips on United nonstop service between New York
City/Newark/Boston and select cities in California from now through April
15, 2004 will receive a free* roundtrip economy class ticket to anywhere
United flies.
“Free award travel doesn`t come any easier than this,” said Martin White,
United`s senior vice president of Marketing. “With 184 airports in 22
countries to choose from, United passengers can now take full advantage of
United`s unmatched global route network by taking the trip they`ve always
wanted—and we`ll pay for the ticket.”

Qualifying roundtrips are flights between: New York (JFK) and Los Angeles
(LAX) or San Francisco (SFO); Boston and Los Angeles (LAX) or San
Francisco (SFO); Newark and Los Angeles (LAX). Qualifying roundtrips
cannot include a Saturday night stay.

Customers can register and review terms and conditions for this offer by
visiting united.com/1for2 or by calling 1-800-447-6772, code 716 within
the United States or, outside the United States, by calling their local
United office. Passengers must register prior to travel. Taxes and fees
related to free award travel are the responsibility of the passenger.
Award tickets are valid for travel between April 16, 2004 and April 15,
2005.
Enjoy award travel worldwide with United Mileage Plus. With over 43
million enrolled members, Mileage Plus has been voted the number one
frequent flyer program by readers of Business Traveler magazine for eight
years running. Mileage Plus members can earn miles and redeem awards to
nearly 700 destinations in more than 120 countries when you fly United or
any one of the 15 Star Alliance(TM) member airlines. Mileage Plus members
also can earn and redeem miles with nine other non-Star Alliance partner
airlines. Earn miles when you stay at a hotel, rent a car, make a
long-distance phone call, make a purchase on your Mileage Plus Visa(R),
dine at a restaurant, shop or invest online—and more—with over 100
Mileage Plus partners around the world. For more information or to enroll,
visit united.com/mileageplus.
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/ .
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