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Chase United Club Infinite Card
  • Earn 80,000 bonus miles
  • United Club℠ membership
  • Premier Access® travel services
  • First and second checked bags free
  • New! Earn 4 miles per $1 spent on United purchases
  • New! Earn 2 miles per $1 spent on dining and all other travel
  • Earn 1 mile per $1 spent on all other purchases
  • New! Up to $100 Global Entry® or TSA PreCheckTM fee credit
  • Enjoy 25% back United inflight purchases
  • No foreign transaction fees
  • Avis President's Club®
  • Premier upgrades on award tickets
  • $525 annual fee
  • This card product is available to you if you do not have any United Club card and have not received a new Cardmember bonus for any United Club card in the past 24 months
  • Platinum IHG status -- signup
United ClubSM Infinite Card benefits


Credit card benefits

100,000 bonus miles

You'll earn 100,000 bonus miles after you spend $5,000 on purchases in the first 3 months your account is open.*** This product is available to you if you do not have any United Club card and have not received a new Cardmember bonus for any United Club card in the past 24 months.

United ClubSM membership

Up to a $650 value per year. As the primary Cardmember, you and your eligible travel companions will enjoy access to 45+ United Club locations and participating Star Alliance™ affiliated lounges worldwide.***

Current United Club members

If you are a current United Club member, you can apply for the United Club Card and be reimbursed for the unused portion of your United Club membership once approved for the card.***

NEW! Earn 4 miles per $1 spent on United® purchases

You'll earn 4 miles per $1 spent on purchases from United, including tickets, Economy Plus®, inflight food, beverages and Wi-Fi, and other United charges.*** You'll also earn 4 miles per $1 spent on United Events from Chase purchases.*** For more information on United Events from Chase visit InsideAccess.com

NEW! Earn 2 miles per $1 spent on dining at restaurants and travel

You'll earn 2 miles per $1 spent on dining at restaurants and on all other travel, including airfare, trains, local transit, cruise lines, hotels, car rentals, taxicabs, resorts, ride share services and tolls.***

Earn with every purchase

You'll earn 1 mile per $1 spent on all other purchases.***

No blackout dates

As the primary Cardmember, you will also enjoy expanded award availability when you use miles to book any United-operated flight, any time, with no restrictions or blackout dates.*** For more information, please visit united.com/AirAwards [img]file:///C:\Users\John\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\01\c lip_image003.png[/img].

Premier upgrades on award tickets

The primary Cardmember who is also a MileagePlus Premier® member and traveling on an award ticket can take advantage of Complimentary Premier Upgrades on United flights (when available).***

More ways to use miles

You can use miles to book award travel on Star Alliance™ and other partner airlines. Or use them to enhance your travel with upgrades, inflight Wi-Fi, hotel stays and car rentals. Miles can also be used for merchandise, gift cards and once-in-a-lifetime events. To learn more, please visit united.com/UseMiles [img]file:///C:\Users\John\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\01\c lip_image003.png[/img].

Free first and second checked bags

A savings of up to $320 per roundtrip. The primary Cardmember and one companion traveling on the same reservation will each receive their first and second standard checked bags free (up to $35 value for the first checked bag and up to $45 value for the second checked bag, each way, per person) on United-operated flights when the primary Cardmember includes their United MileagePlus® number in their reservation and purchases their tickets from United with their card.*** For complete details, please visit united.com/ChaseBag [img]file:///C:\Users\John\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\01\c lip_image002.png[/img].

Premier Access® travel services

Receive preferential treatment to ease your way through the airport with priority check-in, security screening (where available), boarding and baggage handling privileges.***

NEW! Up to $100 Global Entry or TSA PreCheckTM fee credit

Receive a statement credit of up to $100 every 4 years as reimbursement for the application fee for Global Entry or TSA PreCheckTM when charged to your card.***

25% back on United inflight purchases

25% back as a statement credit on purchases of food, beverages and Wi-Fi on board United®-operated flights when you pay with your Club Card.***

Hertz Gold Plus Rewards® President's Circle®

The primary Cardmember is invited to enroll in the Hertz Gold Plus Rewards program's exclusive President's Circle tier and enjoy a 50% bonus on Hertz Gold Plus Rewards Points, upgrades, exclusive offers and more.*** To enroll, please visit united.com/HertzChaseBenefit [img]file:///C:\Users\John\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\01\c lip_image004.png[/img].

No foreign transaction fees

Purchases made with your Club Card outside the U.S. will not be subject to foreign transaction fees.††† For example, if you spend $5,000 internationally, you would avoid $150 in foreign transaction fees.

Travel & purchase protection

Trip Cancellation / Trip Interruption Insurance

If your trip is cancelled or cut short by sickness, severe weather, and other covered situations, you can be reimbursed up to $10,000 per person and $20,000 per trip for your pre-paid, non-refundable travel expenses, including passenger fares, tours, and hotels.^^^

Baggage Delay Insurance

Reimburses you for essential purchases like toiletries and clothing for baggage delays over 6 hours by passenger carrier up to $100 a day for 3 days.^^^

Lost Luggage Reimbursement

If you or an immediate family member check or carry on luggage that is damaged or lost by the carrier, you're covered up to $3,000 per passenger.^^^

Trip Delay Reimbursement

If your common carrier travel is delayed more than 12 hours or requires an overnight stay, you and your family are covered for unreimbursed expenses, such as meals and lodging, up to $500 per ticket.^^^

Auto Rental Collision Damage Waiver

Decline the rental company's collision insurance and charge the entire rental cost to your card. Coverage is primary and provides reimbursement up to the actual cash value of the vehicle for theft and collision damage for most rental cars in the U.S. and abroad.^^^

Purchase Protection

Covers your new purchases for 120 days against damage or theft up to $10,000 per claim and $50,000 per year.^^^

Return Protection

You can be reimbursed for eligible items that the store won't take back within 90 days of purchase, up to $500 per item, $1,000 per year.^^^

Extended Warranty Protection

Extends the time period of the U.S. manufacturer's warranty by an additional year, on eligible warranties of three years or less.^^^

^^^These benefits are available when you use your card. Restrictions, limitations and exclusions apply. Most benefits are underwritten by unaffiliated insurance companies who are solely responsible for the administration and claims. There are specific time limits and documentation requirements. Once your account is opened we will send you a Guide to Benefits, which includes a full explanation of coverages.

Luxury hotels & experiences

The Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection

This exceptional group of over 900 properties includes many of the world's most exquisite hotels, resorts, lodges and spas, each of which extend you complimentary Cardmember benefits with every stay.*** Make a reservation through the program using your Chase card to receive the following benefits including:
  • Daily breakfast for two
  • A special benefit unique to each property, such as a dining or spa credit
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • A room upgrade, if available
  • Early check-in and late checkout, if available
Please visit LHRCollection.com for more information.

United Card Events from Chase and United MileagePlus Events

Pursue more of your passions with United Events from Chase. As a Cardmember you will be delighted with opportunities to purchase private, curated once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Sample select wines and satisfy your palate with culinary events at some of the world’s best restaurants, meet a sporting legend or make memories with your family. United MileagePlus® Visa Infinite® Cardmembers may also enjoy exclusive experiences using your award miles such as private winemaker dinners and VIP access to live theater and museum events. Please visit InsideAccess.com to learn more.

Visa Infinite® Concierge Services

Enjoy 24/7 personalized assistance for travel planning, dinner reservations, sports, entertainment tickets and more. Available 365 days a year from home or abroad.***

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Old Mar 19, 2020, 9:19 am
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Originally Posted by PTahCha
Given the fact that the old Club card and the new Business card allows you to earn 500 PQP for $12,000 spend, up to 1000 PQP per year, I would imagine the new Club would be the same.
If it allowed earning more PQP that could be applied up to 1K, as on the unavailable Presidential Plus, Select, and Platinum Class cards, more might want to change to the new card.

Instead of offering a waiver for United MileagePlus Chase Cardmembers, we now offer ways to earn PQP through eligible cards to help members reach Premier status faster.
  • Earn up to 1,000 PQP: The United Explorer Card, United Club Card, United Explorer Business Card, United Club Business Card, United MileagePlus Awards Card, United MileagePlus Card, and United MileagePlus Business Card earn 500 PQP for every $12,000 in card spend, up to 1,000 PQP in a calendar year, that can be applied up to Platinum.
  • Earn up to 3,000 PQP: The United MileagePlus Select Card and United MileagePlus Platinum Class Visa Card earn 500 PQP for every $12,000 in card spend, up to 3,000 PQP in a calendar year, that can be applied up to 1K.
  • Earn up to 10,000 PQP: The United Presidential Plus Card and United Presidential Plus Business Card earn 500 PQP for every $12,000 in card spend, up to 10,000 PQP in a calendar year, that can be applied up to 1K.
  • United TravelBank Cardmembers do not earn PQP for card spend.
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Old Mar 21, 2020, 10:48 pm
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My Club Card's up for renewal soon.
With devalue of Club membership (same day Star bp required for access) and especially now with Coronavirus, I was completely set on canceling my Club Card.

But with this new card that's more expensive with crappier return (rather have 1.5x everything than 2x travel/dining + 1x everything else), I now feel cornered into having second thoughts. Should I relinquish being grandfathered in as the holder of what I think is a better card?

Just when I thought it was about time Chase should add a couple more benefits to make the old Club Card more competitive, they go the other way and replace it with a crappier product. The only good thing is the sign-on bonus, which won't apply to me unless I close then reapply (I won't do that). Perhaps this was Chase's plan to make decisions difficult for cardholders thinking about bailing. Anyone else thinking along these lines?
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Old Mar 21, 2020, 10:58 pm
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Have you done the math on it? It's a complete no brainer for me to keep the old card with 1.5x on everything vs the new one. Travel/Dining goes on my CSR for 3x.
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Old Mar 21, 2020, 11:56 pm
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1.5x is not a valid reason to keep the card.
CFU is 1.5x UR for $0/year.
AMEX BBP is 2x MR for $0/year.
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Old Mar 22, 2020, 12:09 am
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Originally Posted by ctownflyer
1.5x is not a valid reason to keep the card.
CFU is 1.5x UR for $0/year.
AMEX BBP is 2x MR for $0/year.
Totally agree with ya. Even BoA Premium Rewards is a better card and carries a much lower AF.
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Old Mar 22, 2020, 6:07 am
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Originally Posted by uastarflyer
What does Infinite provide?

Also it says you can’t have the 100k bonus if you opened Club within past two years. What about having held Club for 4-5 years? Can I upgrade and then earn 100k?
infinate I believe includes primary car insurance, from golf benefits, discounts with silvercar and some others
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Old Mar 22, 2020, 7:36 am
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Originally Posted by ctownflyer
1.5x is not a valid reason to keep the card.
CFU is 1.5x UR for $0/year.
AMEX BBP is 2x MR for $0/year.
It is a reason to keep the card when we are talking within the context of spending on the old club card vs the new one. We are all aware of other cards that provide better non-bonus spend earnings, but that's a separate topic.
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Old Mar 25, 2020, 12:45 pm
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The death knell rang for MileagePlus with the introduction of dynamic rewards. All of my credit card spend has moved completely off United co-branded products, and flight and dining/grocery spend has been moved entirely to AMEX products with 4x/5x rewards, paired with the 35% flight rebate from AMEX Biz Platinum, which essentially nets me a 6-7.5% rebate on flights for two of my largest spend categories each year....and I earn miles from flying those revenue tickets. I’m a free agent from UA, and am happier than I’ve been in the last 10 years wedded to their program. While I generally fly them the most, I don’t feel forced to.

I’ll keep my old Club Card for crowd control when I’m traveling with the family....but not a dime in spend will go on there ever again.
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Old Mar 25, 2020, 12:52 pm
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I was thinking the same thing...they're just making their devalued old card look better. Not being able to use the lounges when not flying Star Alliance is a big issue to me. They have limited their flight availability so much that it's really hard to fly only United. Most of my smart friends have punted on all of it and just fly best route best flight. It's made their travel planning much easier and they haven't really given up much.

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Old Mar 31, 2020, 5:17 pm
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Just got a mailer for the new "United Club Infinite Card". $525 annual fee, 100K bonus miles with $5K spend during the first 90 days, club membership plus other benefits.
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Old Apr 1, 2020, 12:25 am
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Originally Posted by TomMM
Just got a mailer for the new "United Club Infinite Card". $525 annual fee, 100K bonus miles with $5K spend during the first 90 days, club membership plus other benefits.
Sign-up bonus isn't bad. But $500+ for a card whose primary benefit is one that hardly any of us can use right now, with a $5k spend target in an environment with depressed travel (and likely overall) spend? I'll pass.
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Old Apr 1, 2020, 1:13 am
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Originally Posted by econ
Sign-up bonus isn't bad. But $500+ for a card whose primary benefit is one that hardly any of us can use right now, with a $5k spend target in an environment with depressed travel (and likely overall) spend? I'll pass.
I would pass even during normal times.
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Old Apr 4, 2020, 1:39 am
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Originally Posted by evergrn
Should I relinquish being grandfathered in as the holder of what I think is a better card?
They don't grandfather well these days. This card's annual fee went up a few years ago and Chase gave users one year extra on the old rate and then moved everyone to the new rate. Earlier this year Chase did the same for the CSR card.
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Old May 7, 2020, 7:56 am
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Terms say you can't get the 100,000 mile bonus if you have the old Club card or had the old Club card and received a "bonus" in the last 24 months.

What is meant by "bonus"? Does it only mean you received miles?

When I opened my current Club card a year ago, I got no miles but the annual fee was waived for the first year. Would they consider that a bonus?
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Old May 7, 2020, 8:28 am
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Originally Posted by milemonkey
Terms say you can't get the 100,000 mile bonus if you have the old Club card or had the old Club card and received a "bonus" in the last 24 months.

What is meant by "bonus"? Does it only mean you received miles?

When I opened my current Club card a year ago, I got no miles but the annual fee was waived for the first year. Would they consider that a bonus?
Yes because it was in place of the miles, still a sign up offering to entice you to get the card, and it was a one time thing. Sorry.
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