United Airlines Amex Offer: Spend $750, Get $150

A very popular Amex Offer for United Airlines flight purchases has just returned again for the first time in 2024. With the “Spend $750, Get $150” offer, you can earn up to a 20% discount on United flights booked between now and May 31, 2024.

If you have any trips planned from Canada to the United States and beyond in the next year, be sure to check your account and register for the current United Airlines Amex Offer, especially since there’s a registration cap.

United Airlines: Spend $750, Get $150

The new United Airlines Amex Offer requires manual registration before it applies on your card.

Once registered, you’ll earn a $150 (CAD) statement credit upon spending $750 (CAD) in qualifying flight purchases with United Airlines via the website or mobile app by December 31, 2023.

If you were to make a purchase of exactly $750, you’d effectively unlock a 20% discount on your purchase via the $150 statement credit. 

This offer has a registration cap of 50,000 cardholders, so make sure to register as soon as possible to lock in your eligibility. 

This Amex Offer has been witnessed across a wide range of American Express cards, including the Business Platinum Card from American Express, American Express Platinum Card, American Express Gold Rewards Card, Marriott Bonvoy American Express Card, and more.

American Express Membership Rewards Credit Cards
Credit Card Best Offer Value
70,000 MR points $1,676 Apply Now
120,000 MR points $1,574 Apply Now
75,000 MR points $1,561 Apply Now
Up to 77,000 MR points $1,419 Apply Now
100,000 MR points $1,361 Apply Now
15,000 MR points $372 Apply Now
10,000 MR points $242 Apply Now

Save on United Flights for 2024 and Beyond

The offer can be thought of as an incentive to book with United on any upcoming travel plans you might have in 2024. United flies to several Canadian destinations, including Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City, Ottawa, and Halifax and the terms of the offer state that your booking must originate in Canada to be eligible for the statement credit.

In particular, even though most of us might be more inclined to redeem points for premium cabins on long-haul international flights, it might make sense to consider saving your points and booking with United on a cash fare for any trips to the US, Hawaii, or elsewhere in the Americas.

That’s especially the case if you can leverage United Premier Silver status from Marriott Titanium Elite for some added perks.

United doesn’t allow you to split up a larger purchase into smaller chunks of $750 each. However, if you’re booking flights for multiple passengers, you can split up the reservation by passenger to maximize the $150 statement credits you earn across multiple cards. 

Scotiabank American Express Cardholders Can Register Too

As we’ve seen on previous Amex Offers, the “Spend $750, Get $150” United Airlines offer is also available for primary and supplementary cardholders of the Scotiabank Gold American Express® Card, Scotiabank American Express® Card, and Scotiabank Platinum American Express® Card to register via this link. 

This gives you yet another option to scale up your savings under this promotion by registering and using the Amex Offer on both your Amex- and Scotiabank-issued Amex products. 

Scotiabank American Express Cards
Credit Card Best Offer Value
40,000 Scene+ points $355 Apply Now
60,000 Scene+ points $161 Apply Now
7,500 Scene+ points $85 Apply Now


American Express has rolled out another “Spend $750, Get $150” Amex Offer for United Airlines flight purchases. If you have any upcoming travel plans where it might make sense to book with United Airlines, this Amex Offer could certainly offer very meaningful savings.

All current cardholders should see at least one of these offers on their accounts, as long as you’ve held your card for a few weeks and have started seeing Amex Offers roll in. 

Don’t forget to register on your Amex Offers dashboard before the maximum number of registrations is hit, and then book your United flights before May 31, 2024.

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