35% Transfer Bonus Hotel Points To Avios


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When you convert your hotel points to Avios you can get up to 35% bonus Avios. This offer comes around from time to time. Check this one out if you have a specific Avios redemption in mind.

  • Eligible Participants will receive up to 35% more BAEC Avios (“Bonus Avios”) when they convert Qualifying Hotel Loyalty Points into Avios during the Qualifying Period. “Qualifying Hotel Loyalty Points” means a minimum of requirement of loyalty points earned through the Hotel Loyalty Programme.
  • Minimum amounts vary between hotel partners: Club Carlson – 2,000; Hilton Honors – 10,000; World of Hyatt – 5,000; IHG® Rewards Club – 10,000; Marriott Rewards® – 10,000 and Shangri-La Golden Circle– 2,500.

35% Transfer Bonus Hotel Points To Avios

35% Transfer Bonus Hotel Points To Avios

Need more Starpoints or Marriott Points?

Consider the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express or the Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card from American Express.You can transfer 1 Starpoints to 3 Marriott points.

Need More Hilton Points?

If you are looking for ways to earn Hilton points, consider the Hilton Honors™ Surpass® Card from American Express. You also earn Hilton Honors Diamond status when you spend $40k on the Hilton Honors™ Surpass® Card from American Express in a calendar year. Status will be good through the end of the next calendar year. You could also consider the offering on the Hilton Honors™Card from American Express here.

Bottom Line

If you have a need for Avios, this may be of interest to you. Check out this transfer bonus of 35% when you convert hotel points to Avios. Will you be converting to Avios with this bonus?

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