United’s Surprise Adventure Week Day Five: 50K Miles to Brussels Roundtrip

by Anthony Losanno
United Plane

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United Airlines is having a mystery sale this week with daily offers for discounted award seats to surprise international destinations. So far, United offered roundtrip award tickets to London on Monday, Paris on Tuesday, Amsterdam on Wednesday, and Frankfurt on Thursday. For the final day, today, Brussels is the destination.

United Adventure Week Day 5

United flies to Brussels Airport (BRU) from Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD), Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), and Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD). Until midnight tonight, you can snag a roundtrip award ticket for 50,000 MileagePlus® miles roundtrip (plus taxes and fees).

Roundtrip Economy Class redemptions to Brussels from the US generally cost around 60,000 miles. With this promo, you’ll save at least 10,000 miles.

Terms & Conditions:

  • Eligible travel dates: January 10th to March 20th
  • Eligible fare class: United Economy® only (Basic Economy not eligible)
  • Only roundtrip fares originating in the continental U.S. are eligible (origin in Alaska or Hawaii not eligible)

Anthony’s Take: Brussels is a charming city and one that I love eating my way through. From chocolate to mussels to fries, I find delicious things to eat everywhere when I’m there.

(Featured Image Credit: United Airlines.)

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