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Current Point Transfer Bonuses - Ongoing List Of Transfer Bonuses

Current Point Transfer Bonuses – Ongoing List Of Transfer Bonuses

These are the current point transfer bonuses available at present. Our list is updated whenever there are changes, such as the end of a deal or new deals announced. In the table below, you will see the data on current point transfer bonuses, such as which points are involved, what the bonus is, and when the promotion ends.

Updated 8/1/23: List updated with a new one-day bonus of up to 150% from Bilt to Virgin, two Amex transfer bonuses for Hilton and Honors and LifeMiles and a 50% bonus from Chase to Marriott Bonvoy.

Current Point Transfer Bonuses

These are the current bonuses available. We’ve listed all of them. That doesn’t mean they’re all equally good, so be sure that it works for you before sending your points (you can’t move them back later on).

Points TypeBonus AmountTransfer ToExpiration Date
Citi ThankYou50%Accor Live Limitless05/11/24
Amex Membership Rewards20%AeroMexico05/31/24
Amex Membership Rewards30%Virgin Points05/31/24
Citi ThankYou30%Qatar Avios05/31/24
Chase Ultimate Rewards30%Virgin Points06/15/24
Chase Ultimate Rewards50%Marriott Bonvoy06/15/24

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Should You Transfer During A Bonus?

Getting extra points is great. Beware of transferring points “speculatively”, though. Just because you can get a big bonus and gain 30-40% extra points doesn’t mean you should transfer points without knowing you will use them. If you know you will use the points (either because you have a trip you’re ready to book or it’s a program you use constantly), transferring points during a bonus is great. If you aren’t sure whether you’ll use the points, reconsider transferring. You have more flexibility when your points remain inside your Chase or Citi accounts, because you can still choose from multiple options later on.

Final Thoughts

Whenever there are changes, we will update this list to provide the latest details on current points transfer bonuses. If you hear about a transfer bonus that we’ve missed, please let us know!

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  1. AmEx told me the 20% bonus is a targeted offer. My wife’s account shows 20%, mine shows 15%. And Etihad still doesn’t show up as a transfer partner on the MR transfer page … hasn’t for five days.

    • I’ll add targeted to the list – thanks Ted. It is strange they haven’t gotten it figured out yet on the transfer page.

  2. I’m considering breaking one of the cardinal rules and transferring 100K points to BA and opening an Iberia account for the cheap business class flights to Madrid, perhaps flying next year. I don’t remember a 40% bonus being offered in the last couple of years or so. It’s a little risky but in a reasonable worst case scenario I can use the Avios with partners in Asia or something.

    On an absolute non sequitur, you’re pretty much The Oracle IMO on finding value in programs and I’m trying to find a way to see if I can find a cheap paid Oneworld ticket to Europe next year, issue it on Alaska stock, then upgrade to business class with Alaska miles to get mid to high elite status. Is that possible? Is it even necessary to involve Alaska except to credit the flights to them no matter what airline issued the ticket and whose miles were used for the upgrade to business? I figure I can spend my way to minimum status with the current Alaska $20,000 for MVP offer but I’m trying to see if I can reasonably manage 50K status or higher for cheap. Long comment, I know. If you like, maybe it would be a good topic for other readers as well.

    • Christian – this got buried. Woops. I’m not sure that you’d need to issue on Alaska stock to get your end state accomplished. As far as buying a cheap flight and then upgrading with miles but crediting it all to Alaska, then your best bet here might be BA since they will just charge the “difference in miles” for whatever an econ vs biz award would cost on the route you’re flying.


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