United Airlines today launches
an Internet fare sale on select itineraries to and from Denver for
customers who purchase their tickets at www.ual.com.
Featuring an unusually wide travel window that extends into
next year and discounts of up to 15% over standard 14-day
advance fares, the sale applies to select flights between
Denver and Albuquerque, Boston, Chicago O’Hare and
Portland, Oregon. Tickets must be purchased by Friday, March
17, 2000, at 11:59 p.m. Central Standard Time, and travel must
be completed by February 7, 2001.
All itineraries require a 14-day advance purchase and a
Saturday night stay. The sale prices are available exclusively at
www.ual.com by clicking “Create Itinerary” on the home page.
The discounted fare quotes are marked with a gold star,
making it easy to see how the Internet fare compares to other
Seats are limited and available only on a round-trip basis.
Tickets are nonrefundable and require immediate purchase by
credit card when reservations are made. Fares displayed do
not include Passenger Facilities Charges of up to $12, which
may be imposed depending on itinerary, or a $2.50 tax per
flight segment. A flight segment is defined as one takeoff and
In addition to special Internet offers like the current sale and
E-Fares® posted on a weekly basis for last-minute discount
travel, United’s ual.com site gives consumers the ability to
purchase travel with over 500 airlines; register to receive
weekly e-mail notification of discounted E-Fares; book rental
cars and hotel reservations; and register for a new flight paging
service that advises travelers of delays and cancellations on
United flights via e-mail, text-enabled cellular phone or
alphanumeric pager. Also, United’s frequent flyers can use the
site to track Mileage Plus account information, request
upgrades and redeem miles for award travel online.