Promo: Save Up to 15% on United Flights With This Promo Code

by Anthony Losanno
United Plane

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Update: The code appears to no longer be working. United either pulled it because it got too many uses or it was not meant to be released so widely.

The Points Guy reported earlier today that United is offering a promo code for up to 15% off of domestic Economy bookings. It seems like an odd time for a special with people beginning to plan summer travel, but this code works on many flights through June 28th.

Promo Details:

  • Book by April 30th
  • Travel by June 28th
  • Valid for one-way and roundtrip United and United Express flights within the contiguous 48 United States (No Hawaii or Alaska)
  • Use promo code “UASKIES”
  • Basic Economy fares are not included

How to Use a Promo Code on

UA Booking

Go to and in the Booking box, click “Advanced Search.”

UA Promo 2

On the next page, fill in your desired route and enter the promo code.

I did a search for flights between Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO) on May 17th.


Without the promo code, Economy fares were between $179 and $325.

ORD to SFO 2

With the promo code, these dropped between $155 to $278.

Anthony’s Take: I wish this included First Class, but it does offer a solid savings at a time that surprises me. Bookings must be coming in a little softer than anticipated for the next few months for United to offer a deal like this one. If you have some travel to book on UA, now is the time to do it.

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