Current List of Transfer Bonuses for Flexible Point Currencies


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Transfer Bonuses for Flexible Point Currencies

Point currencies such as Chase Ultimate Rewards, Amex Membership Rewards are some of the most valuable. The extra value of these programs is the long list of travel partners. This is where you can usually get the best value for your points.

If your goal is to maximize your points, taking advantage of transfer bonuses is one of the best things that you can do. You can often get up to 50% more value when you transfer your points to an airline or hotel partner. These transfer bonuses usually run for a short time, between a couple or week or one or two months.

To make it easier for you to figure out which points to transfer, I have compiled a list of all the current transfer bonuses for the major flexible currencies. Check out the list below and some more tips on best practices.

List of Transfer Bonuses for May 2024

Each month we usually see transfer bonuses from flexible currencies. There’s no exact schedule, so it’s hard to predict when a certain bonus will return. Sometimes transfer bonuses are targeted, so they might not show up for everyone.

Here’s the full list of current bonuses, ordered by expiration date:

Amex Membership Rewards ➡️ AeroMexico

Amex Membership Rewards ➡️ Hilton Honors

  • 40% Bonus (1 : 2.8)
  • Offer valid through 5/31/2024.
  • Offer valid for Amex Platinum cardholders only.
  • Transfer points here.

Amex Membership Rewards ➡️ Virgin Points

Citi ThankYou Points ➡️ Qatar Avios

Chase Ultimate Rewards ➡️ Virgin Points

Chase Ultimate Rewards ➡️ Marriott Bonvoy

Citi ThankYou Points ➡️ Turkish Miles&Smiles

If you see a bonus that is not listed here, please let me know in the comments.

Should You Transfer Points?

This is a question that everyone should ask themselves before transferring points. You should only transfer points from a flexible currency into a hotel or airline program if you have a certain redemption in mind, or if you know for sure that you will use your points.

It’s best not to transfer speculatively, because these transfers are not reversible. If you don’t use the points in a timely manner after transferring them, then you have to worry about devaluations and expiration dates. Plus they lose value because those points are stuck in that one program.


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