Over the years United miles have been some of the most valuable to the Michael W Travels family due to the destinations we’ve been able to get award flights to.
These days, I rarely read a newspaper and I can’t recall reading the Wall Street Journal more than a handful of times.
Some of you might be wondering, what do United miles and the Wall Street Journal have in common?
For a very limited time there’s a pretty sweet deal involving United and the WSJ.
For just $1 you can get 1,000 United miles and a two month subscription to the Wall Street Journal through MileagePlus Shopping.
If it was up to me, I’d love to just pay the $1 for the miles and pass on the subscription but the offer doesn’t work that way…
Here is how the offer works:
- Get a two-month trial subscription for $1.00.
- The subscription needs to be purcahsed by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on November 16, 2017.
- It needs to remain active and can not be cancelled for at least 45 days.
- There are no refunds of the $1.00 trial subscription fee.
- The offer is limited to one trial subscription per United MileagePlus account number.
Here is where you need to be careful: (according to the T&Cs)
If the member does not cancel the trial subscription by the end of the two-month trial subscription period, the member’s subscription will automatically convert to a monthly subscription, and the member’s credit card will be charged based on the terms found on the WSJ offer page.
I signed up for the two-month Wall Street Journal trial membership since I’d like to get 1,000 United miles for just $1.
I definitely don’t want to get stuck with a monthly WSJ subscription which costs $36.99 per month. To be extra cautious, I set a reminder in my phone to cancel the membership in early January.
Do you plan on signing up for the Wall Street Journal to earn the United bonus miles?
Find out more about the offer here.