Membership Rewards Transfer Bonuses
The American Express Membership Rewards program has tons of travel partners. Right now they are offering several bonuses for transferring points which makes it a good time to take a look at your options and see if any of them make sense for you. a lot of irons in the fire right now in terms of transfer bonuses. The frequency and variety of Membership Rewards transfer bonuses adds value to the program for people like us.
List of Current Transfer Bonus Offers
Remember that some of these offers could be targeted and the amounts can vary from person to person.
Hilton Honors – 40% Bonus
Avianca LifeMiles – 15% Bonus
Transfer Amex Membership Rewards to Avianca LifeMiles and receive 15% bonus miles. This bonus is available for point conversions initiated by December 15, 2020. You get this bonus from Avianca, so you won’t see it when starting the transfer from the American Express website. You can see the bonus details here.
Flying Blue – 30% Bonus
Convert your current American Express Membership Rewards® Points into Flying Blue Miles in just 2 easy steps and enjoy a 30% bonus! That’s it: the 30% bonus is yours! The offer was sent out by email, so it is probably targeted. There can be up to 7 working days between transfer and the crediting of your bonus Miles. You should see the bonus details in your Membership rewards account.
Marriott Bonvoy – 30% Bonus
If you wanna get #Bonvoyed for cheaper then now is your chance. If you plan to transfer American Express points to Marriott, which you shouldn’t, there’s a 30% bonus available. That means that 1,000 Membership Rewards gets you 1,300 Bonvoy points. Might as well use those points on Amazon. Offer is valid until December 31, 2020. You should see the bonus details in your Membership rewards account.
There’s not too much to get excited about for most people, but some of these bonuses can be useful if you need some extra points or miles towards a redemption.
Which bonus do you find most useful or which one do you wish you had received but didn’t?