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Chase lied. United Airlines lied. Sam72/Shutterstock
At least that’s how Marc Blumenthal sees it. When United offered him a
United MileagePlus Explorer Card, which included a “free checked bag” for cardholders, it misrepresented the product in a significant way.
Blumenthal tried to get his “free” bag on his next United flight, but a gate agent insisted on charging him.
“I was told that in order to get the first checked bag free, I need to pay for the flight with the Chase credit card,” he says.
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