This United Discount on Tulum Flights Is Just for Travelers Ages 18-23

The airline is offering 10 percent off its flights to the new Tulum airport until April 30.

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Don’t have summer travel plans yet? United is offering a limited-time flight discount to Tulum — exclusively for young travelers. 

“Student or not, use our exclusive discount for MileagePlus members between 18 and 23 years old,” the airline shared about the promotion on its website.

These passengers are eligible for a generous new 10 percent discount on all of United’s new flights to Tulum. This deal, which ends on Tuesday, April 30, is eligible for travel between April 24 and June 15.  

United offers several nonstop routes to Tulum’s international airport, which opened just last month. The airline offers flights from its major hubs in Newark, Chicago, and Houston and will begin seasonal service from Los Angeles on May 23.

This latest promotion is part of United’s young traveler discount program, where eligible passengers can save 5 percent on all United flights booked by Sept. 30.

Travelers who are between the ages of 18 and 23 must sign up for a free MileagePlus frequent flier account. Afterward, they’ll verify their age with a passport or driver’s license to see these savings automatically applied. 

Not only will young travelers get this flight discount, but they can also earn United MileagePlus miles that never expire. Base-level United members will earn five miles per dollar spent on the flight, excluding taxes and fees.

To make the deal even sweeter right now, travelers should check if they’re targeted to earn bonus miles through its new Mile Play promotion. Eligible members must register and fly by June 7, 2024, at 11:59 p.m. CT, to earn thousands of additional bonus miles.

Once earned, these miles can be redeemed for award flights on United and its Star Alliance partners or can be pooled together in groups of up to five members. 

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