New AMEX Transfer Partner Bonuses!

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It’s that time again when new AMEX transfer partner bonuses have popped up! This is a great time to transfer some American Express Membership Rewards to an airline or hotel partner if you have been thinking about booking a new trip. We generally don’t recommend transferring to a partner until you have a definite plan. However, if you are like me and have a ton of AMEX points and know that you book with a certain partner quite often, it may be worthwhile.

 

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You could be walking in Hawaii with the transfer bonus to Hawaiian Airlines!

 

AMEX Transfer Partner Bonuses

There are a nice dozen of new bonuses! Which interest you the most? The airline transfer bonuses are good until the end of September while the hotel transfer bonuses last through October.

  • Air Canada Aeroplan: 1,000 points to 1,150 points
  • British Airways: 1,000 points to 1,250 points
  • Virgin Atlantic Flying Club: 1,000 points to 1,300 points
  • Aer Lingus Avios: 1,000 points to 1,250 Avios
  • AeroMexico: 1,000 points to 1,920 points
  • Air France/KLM Flying Blue: 1,000 points to 1,250 Flying Blue Miles
  • Avianca LifeMiles: 1,000 points to 1,150 LifeMiles
  • Hawaiian Miles: 1,000 points to 1,120 points Hawaiian Miles
  • Qantas Frequent Flyer: 500 points to 600 points
  • Choice Hotel Points: 1,000 points to 1,250 points
  • Hilton Honors: 1,000 points to 2,600 points
  • Marriott Hotel: 1,000 points to 1,200 points

 

How to Transfer Points

It is super simple to transfer AMEX points to a transfer partner. You can watch this video where we show you how or read this post.

Bottom Line

Periodically, banks offer transfer partner bonuses. AMEX just announced new transfer partner bonuses that may spark your interest. Remember that Qatar is now part of the Avios program so even though they are not a direct transfer partner, you can get more Qatar Avios by the roundabout way of transferring to British Airways Avios. Hmm, that’s got me planning – how about you?

 

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