Transferring Chase Ultimate Rewards Between Accounts Online

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Chase Ultimate Rewards allows members to combine their points between online by transferring from one account to another one. The reason you’d want to take advantage of this, is if you have points from either the Chase Freedom or the Chase Freedom Unlimited and you want to transfer to hotel or airline partners.

Normally, you wouldn’t be allowed to transfer them, however if you have a Ultimate Rewards earning card such as the Chase Sapphire, Sapphire Reserve or Chase Ink cards, you could then move your points to one of these accounts and take advantage of transferring to your hotel or airline partner of choice.

Chase Ultimate Rewards Airline Partners:

  • British Airways Executive Club
  • Flying Blue Air France KLM,
  • Korean Air SKYPASS
  • Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer
  • Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards
  • United MileagePlus
  • Virgin Atlantic Flying Club

Chase Ultimate Rewards Hotel Partners:

  • IHG Rewards Club
  • Marriott Rewards
  • The Ritz-Carlton Rewards
  • World of Hyatt

How To Transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards Points Between Accounts:

  • Login to your Chase account and click on your current Ultimate Rewards balance on the right side
  • In the top right, click your balance again and you’ll see an option to “Combine Points”
  • Choose which account you’d like to move the points from and which card you’d like them added to
  • Click review to preview the transfer and if all looks good, select Confirm and Submit

If need assistance in redeeming your Ultimate Rewards points or other credit card or airlines miles for flights, consider using the Juicy Miles award booking service, who can help you redeem for the lowest amount of miles, as well as redeeming on partner airlines.

Terms and Conditions: You can move your points, but only to another Chase card with Ultimate Rewards belonging to you, or one member of your household. If we suspect that you’ve engaged in fraudulent activity related to your credit card account or Ultimate Rewards, or that you’ve misused Ultimate Rewards in any way (for example by buying or selling points, moving or transferring points with or to an ineligible third party or account, or repeatedly opening or otherwise maintaining credit card accounts for the sole purpose of generating rewards) we may temporarily prohibit you from earning points or using points you’ve already earned. If we believe you’ve engaged in any of these acts, we’ll close your credit card account and you’ll lose all your points.

In order to take advantage of transferring points to redeem for the airline and hotel partners, you must have a Ultimate Rewards earning card in your account.

If you have any questions about transferring Chase Ultimate Rewards points, feel free to comment below.

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  1. Here’s my question…
    I have the Preferred, Ink Plus and Freedom
    My wife has the Reserve and Freedom.
    Is there any good reason for me to keep the Preferred? Will I still be able to transfer points around without it? Or is that a must have to transfer my points to my wife’s accounts and vice versa?

  2. @Patrick, I would assume you need to keep the Preferred or a Sapphire open on your accounts to move the points around. Especially from the Freedom. But…I’m not that familiar with the Ink card.

    Good post

  3. I’m an AU on my DIL’s Ink. She lives in a home I own but do not live in. Would it be acceptable per Chase for her to transfer UR to my Reserve account?

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