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Discussion in 'United | MileagePlus (including Continental)' started by UA Insider, Feb 17, 2011.
Most Excellent News!
The restrictions are for CO metal. UA metal allows all Elites (and 3P) to have E+.
Yep, I got myself all confused. I think we're good now.
Great news ! Thanks UA Insider
^^^ to BJ!
Great news. Wonder if DL pushed it...
Well, I like that there is NO change on my UA-operated trips. And I do like that there IS change on the CO-operated flights (which by then will also be UA-operated, but whatever).
I had a wait-and-see approach, but now I am more likely to go/fly the extra mile to retain 1K.
Good move. Thanks for sharing this here, Scott.
Welcome to MP!
Awesome news, thanks Scott!
Also, Scott, very nice to see you again^^^^^
Don't you read Teh Bx anymore?
Reported 5.5. hours ago
Good news overall, but if I had to bet, I would put money on the fact that lower level elites will not be able to confirm E+ at the time of booking for free.
Great news! And like everyone said, welcome to MilePoint Scott!!! I am glad to see you around again, it has been awhile
I hope to see less sarcastic posts of the following message "we think you will like them" here
A little off-topic since we are talking about E+, for international long hauls is UA considering enhancing E+ a little to compete with DL, or is it just going to be the same as it has always been with UA?
If it is not relevant to you then why are you posting here? What message are you trying to convey here?
That it's not relevant to me.
Any data to back up this stated "fact"? Or do what you really mean is: "Reducing F for E+ is going to make my upgrades harder?"
Upgrades undoubtedly will become harder in 2012 when both programs merge, so unless you are filthy rich, E+ means a great deal to many of us. Amazing how 3 inches more legroom makes the whole flying experience 200% better
Welcome Scott / UA Insider and thanks for the news!
Why do you think that? Lots more elites, but lots more flights too.
Due to the trimming of the flight schedules to optimize the route network, sure there'll be more flights but over time the overlaps will be eliminated or reduced and fleet better optimized to fly for United.
As someone coming from the Continental side of this thing, I'm definitely a fan. Good news, thanks for sharing.