Travel

Travel Insurance American Express Ba : Amex Points Now Transfer to Three Airlines at 40% Extra (British Airways +2 More)

Travel Insurance American Express Ba Video

Travel Insurance American Express Ba

Amex Points Now Transfer to Three Airlines at 40% Extra (British Airways +2 More)

Amex Points Now Transfer to Three Airlines at 40% Extra (British Airways +2 More)

Learn more about travel credit cards: https://bit.ly/2LKaRyH
Credit Shifu Wallets: https://bit.ly/2wG0Glo
Click “show more” for ad disclosure
Like Credit Shifu on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/thecreditshifu

We look at how American Express Membership Rewards points now transfer to British Airways, Iberia and Aer Lingus at a 40% bonus rate until November. Amex has also improved the transfer ratio to JetBlue, another one of Amex’s 17 airline transfer partners.

MUSIC:
Track: Halcyon – Runaway (feat. Valentina Franco [NCS Release]
Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds.
Free Download / Stream: ncs.io/RunawayYO

Advertiser Disclosure: This site is part of an affiliate sales network and receives
compensation for sending traffic to partner sites, such as CreditCards.com. This
compensation may impact how and where links appear on this site. This site does not
include all financial companies or all available financial offers.

This video on this page is automatically generated content related to “travel insurance american express ba”. Therefore, the accuracy of this video on this webpage can not be guaranteed.

11 Comments

  1. Interesting tip/trick as far as booking American flights using British Airways miles. The flight game seems so much more complicated than the basic credit card rewards game. Like chess vs checkers. Status, earning different types of miles, different booking websites, boarding priority, seat choice, baggage fees, fees even when your flight is "free," alliance partners, regional partners, transfer partners, security checks, lounge access, etc, etc. I could easily see 5 customers on the same flight all paying 5 different prices for the exact same seat type. And on top of that, all 5 could have a different experience in terms of rewards. Not to mention fringe benefits like lounge access. And the same 5 people could book a different flight to a different destination on a different carrier and the deck might be completely reshuffled/reordered as far as who is getting the best deal.

  2. To be honest though the times I've checked out BA the taxes and fees are still hundreds of dollars. I don't see the point.

  3. british avios from jfk to lhr is 13,000 avios one way + $189. on american it's 20k points +$190. Why would you use a partner??

  4. Just when I’m about to finish my chase quadfecta, Amex decides to make the PRG give 4% on dining and groceries, they are building a Centurion lounge at my home airport (Denver), and their transfer partners often have better than 1:1 rates. Cmon!

  5. I have a question hopefully someone can help me so if you go to Amex website you get 1600 Aeromexico points for every 1000 Amex points however my question is are those 1600 points worth as much or more or less than the British Airway points or you know can you get better deals Aeromexico???

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *