How do I get United Premier Gold status?

How do I get United Premier Gold status?

How do I get United Gold Premier status? To earn United Premier Gold status you’ll need to earn 16 PQF and 6,000 PQP or 7,000 PQP. In addition, you’ll need to fly at least 4 flight segments on United or United Express.

Can you lose Premier status on United?

Once you qualify for a Premier status, it is valid from the date you qualified through the end of the following program year. So, it could last more than 12 months. For example, if you qualify for Premier Silver status in June 2022, you’ll keep your status through Jan.

What does Premier Gold on United mean?

As a Premier Gold member, you’ll also enjoy complimentary upgrades to first class on paid domestic and short-haul international flights. These will be prioritized ahead of Silver travelers and will start clearing 48 hours before departure but again aren’t applicable on award tickets without a United credit card.

What is the highest United Status?

United Premier status levels

Elite status Qualifications for 2022 Premier status Estimated value
Premier Gold Fly 16 PQFs and earn 6,000 PQPs or earn 7,000 PQPs $3,807
Premier Platinum Fly 24 PQFs and earn 9,000 PQPs or earn 10,000 PQPs $6,118
Premier 1K® Fly 36 PQFs and earn 13,500 PQPs or earn 15,000 PQPs $13,024

Do upgrades count towards PQP?

No. The only non-ticket purchases that may earn PQP are Economy Plus, preferred seating purchases, paid upgrades, and MileagePlus Upgrade Award co-pays.

What does United Gold status get you?

United Premier Gold members will be recognized as Star Alliance Gold travelers when flying on any Star Alliance carrier. This provides many benefits above Star Alliance Silver status, including priority check-in, extra baggage allowances, priority security/immigration (where available) and priority boarding.

Why is my United flight not eligible for upgrade?

Upgrades are not available on flights that have already been upgraded, or on tickets containing Basic Economy fares, Economy (first bag charge/no changes allowed) fares, certain fares such as industry discount, and tickets purchased on websites where you don’t know the exact flight itinerary or airline until after you’ …

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