United Miles Calculators
United Mileage Plus Miles are earned flying United Airlines. Miles can also be earned flying Star Alliance partners, booking travel, shopping, using United credit cards, and transferring points earned from other programs directly to your Mileage Plus account. United Miles have an average value of 1.4 cents when used to book award travel through United's website but can also be redeemed for other forms of travel, gift cards, merchandise, Apple products, United Club membership, and more. Miles can also be transferred to Marriott Bonvoy at a 1:1 ratio.
United has more than 340 destinations across 60 countries. They have several hubs scattered amongst the US and a few other countries. Their hubs are:
- Chicago-O'Hare International Airport
- George Bush International Airport
- Newark Liberty International Airport
- Denver International Airport
- San Francisco International Airport
- Washington Dulles International Airport
- Los Angeles International Airport
- Guam A. B. Won Pat International Airport
- Tokyo Narita International Airport
Learn how to earn United Miles flying United & partners, booking hotels, renting cars, and going on cruises. Calculate the transfer of points from other rewards programs directly to your United MileagePlus account and learn the best hotels and bank programs for those who fly United.
Calculate the average cash value of your United Miles when used for flights, hotels, car rentals, cruises, and gift cards. Also covers using your miles for merchandise, United Club membership, in-flight WiFi, TSA PreCheck, and more. The full list of Gift Card options are also available.
Learn how to qualify for United Elite Premier Status earning Premier Qualification Miles, Segments, and Dollars. Get the list of benefits offered at each tier of Premier status and calculate how many miles you can earn based on ticket price.
United Airlines Credit Cards
United has 5 co-branded credit cards offered by Chase Bank. These cards earns rewards that you can put towards free flights on United or other redemptions. You can click on any of the cards to learn about the bonus categories, perks & benefits, standard sign up bonus, and fees. Each credit card also features it's own United Miles Calculator which will calculate how many miles you can earn based on your spend and the dollar value of the card based on those miles, how much each benefit is worth to you in cash, and the fees. You can compare the cards side-by-side against each other or against any other rewards card.
The United Explorer is the entry level United Airline Card. It earns 2 miles per $1 on United Airlines, restaurant, and hotel purchases. Cardholders will have their first checked bag free and receive 2 United Club passes per year.
The United Club Card is United's luxury travel card. It earns double miles on United purchases and earns 1.5 miles on everything else. Cardholders will be given complimentary United Club Membership, Hyatt Discoverist Status, Hertz Presidential Circle Elite Status, and other elite benefits.
The United TravelBank Card earns TravelBank Cash redeemable only with United. It earns 2% back on United and 1.5% back for everything else. Cardholders will receive 25% off in-flight purchases.
The United Explorer Business Card earns 2 miles per $1 on United Airlines, restaurants, gas, and office supply store purchases. Cardholders will also get their first checked bag free.
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About These Calculators: These calculators are provided to help you estimate how many points, miles, or other form of currency you can accumulate based on spend, bonuses, fees, and a number of other factors. These calculators are meant to provide an estimate of rewards earned and are not meant to reflect the exact amount of points you may receive. Be sure to read the terms and conditions of any credit card before you apply as benefit and perk changes may not be reflected immediately on this website.
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