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It’s not every day that you can get an American Express Membership Rewards transfer bonus. Until October 31, 2019, your Membership Rewards are worth 15% more when transferring to Avianca LifeMiles. During this promotion, each Membership Reward point becomes 1.15 LifeMile.
Editor’s Note: Some of the offers below may have expired or are no longer available on our site.
To maximize this Amex transfer bonus, log onto your Membership Rewards account. Then, transfer your miles to your Avianca LifeMiles account in 1,000-point increments, which will be worth 1,150 LifeMiles. The 15% bonus will deposit into your LifeMiles account once your Membership Rewards transfer finishes.
The transfer of American Express points mostly complete instantly, though, they can take up to 72 hours.
Once again, this Membership Rewards transfer bonus is only from October 1 through October 31, 2019.
Earn Bonus LifeMiles
The Avianca LifeMiles Credit Cards are:
If you like booking premium cabin flights with Star Alliance partners, this is a bonus you may enjoy.
Redeeming Avianca LifeMiles
Avianca LifeMiles is an exciting way to book international award flights and domestic flights on Star Alliance partners. If you can find award space for flights to Europe on Lufthansa, you won’t pay a fuel surcharge. Your award flight starts at 87,000 miles for a one-way first-class flight plus fees and taxes. Booking the same flight directly through Lufthansa also means you pay that hefty fuel surcharge.
Another partner flight option is booking United Airlines award flights. As you know, United is an exclusive transfer partner for Chase Ultimate Rewards credit cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred. One exciting route you should try booking is flying in business class for 35,000 miles from Newark to San Francisco. This is one of the domestic Polaris business class routes.
Other Membership Rewards Bonuses
Getting 15% more LifeMiles with the Amex transfer bonus isn’t the only special American Express Membership Rewards bonus available in October.
American Express Platinum Card (100k Membership Rewards)
You may qualify for 100,000 bonus Membership Rewards points by applying for the Platinum Card® from American Express using the CardMatch™ tool. The standard bonus offer is 60,000 bonus Membership Rewards. The 100k Membership Rewards signup bonus is worth $1,000 in award flights. It can be yours after spending $5,000 in the first 3 months.
As American Express credit card welcome offers can only be earned once per card, getting 100,000 bonus miles is the highest-ever offer for this card. In addition to the bonus points, you will also enjoy a $200 annual airline fee credit, free airport lounge access to multiple networks, and many other travel benefits.
Learn more: Travel Rewards Credit Cards
Business Platinum Card from American Express
The Business Platinum Card® from American Express is also offering up to 75,000 bonus Membership Rewards points by spending $15,000 in the first 3 months.
Related article: How hard is it to get the Amex Business Platinum?
Most of the Business Platinum Card travel benefits are similar to the personal Amex Platinum Card. One valuable difference is that you get 35% of your points back (up to 500,000 per year) when booking premium flights on most airlines and any flight on the airline of your choice. The annual fee is $595 (See Rates & Fees).
Summary of the Amex Transfer Bonus
This Avianca LifeMiles Membership Rewards transfer bonus is only available from October 1, 2019, and October 31, 2019. You get 15% more LifeMiles with this promotion. Your LifeMiles can be the most valuable when redeeming first-class flights on Star Alliance partner airlines as you can also avoid the fuel surcharge.
For rates and fees of The Business Platinum Card® from American Express, please click here.
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