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Following the announcement that Capital One Venture customers would be able to transfer their miles to nearly a dozen international airlines, the news keeps getting better. Venture miles can now be transferred to two more airlines: Emirates and Singapore Airlines.
Details on the New Capital One Transfer Partners
Most partners in the program transfer Venture miles at a rate of 2 Venture miles to 1.5 airline miles. Emirates and Singapore will transfer at a rate of 2 Venture miles to 1 airline mile, however.
Considering that both airlines operate some exceptionally long-haul flights, this could be a great way to score outsized value from your Capital One credit card miles on business and first class redemptions.
Capital One representatives say they are planning to add even more partners soon. Capital One Venture card, VentureOne, Spark Miles, and Spark Miles Select customers are eligible to transfer miles to participating airlines.
It’s not just the transfer benefit that is rewarding. If you use the Capital One Venture card at hotels.com, you earn 10 Venture miles per dollar spent. Bookings must be made at the co-branded Hotels.com website between now and January 2020 to qualify. There’s also a $100 fee waiver for applications to Global Entry or TSA Pre-Check.
For many travelers, the best way to get strong value from miles is to look for transfer partners with programs that offer excellent award availability and inflight experiences.
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