About United Skymiles
United Airlines is the world’s 3rd largest airline, and is stationed out of Chicago, Illinois. As is true of any Midwestern company, United Airlines puts hospitality forward, and this is never as true as when you join the United Mileage Plus rewards program.
United caters to world travelers; its webpage of destinations, that is updated weekly, is almost overwhelming. Between Africa, Europe, South America and various points in Mexico, if you’re flying with United, you should be racking up United Airlines Skymiles, sometimes to the point where have to sell miles to get rid of them.
The United Mileage Plus rewards program has 4 tiers, ranging from Premier Silver to Premier 1K. To reach Premier Silver, you must have at least 25,000 miles, but once you reach Premier status you start earning 4 times the miles, while those who reach Premier 1K earn 11 times the miles for every flight taken.
In addition to earning United miles through United, you can also earn miles through a ton of partners. This is where United Airlines really stands out as the world’s 3rd highest earning airline. You can earn Skymiles through the typical means of using United’s partner airlines like Star Alliance airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, or Aer Lingus.
However, you can also earn Skymiles by going about your everyday life. United partners with home and auto insurance companies, lending companies, and even Mercedes-Benz.
With all these ways to earn, it’s no wonder you’re looking into selling your United Airlines miles.
Process of Selling United Miles
- Submit a quote via the website, live chat, or phone (please make sure you enter the correct contact information so that we are able to promptly reach you).
- We will respond with what we can pay for your points today.
- Once you accept the offer, you will be paid in full via PayPal to your Verified PayPal account.
- We use your points for flight or hotel redemptions for our clients.
- Your account is returned to you for further earning of points and miles.
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Did you know?
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