Capital One and Brex 25% Transfer Bonus to Avianca LifeMiles
Avianca LifeMiles are a favorite among points and miles enthusiasts thanks to their wide array of partners you can use LifeMiles to book with and the fact that they do not add on any carrier-imposed fees. Now you can get even more out of your LifeMiles when you transfer points from Brex or Capital One to your LifeMiles account.
Capital One’s 4 Most Valuable Transfer Partners
Capital One recently made game-changing improvements to its loyalty program, adding four new transfer partners and giving you a better conversion rate for seven existing partners. To help you make the most of the Capital One Venture card’s 100K signup bonus, we’ve created this guide to the best partners and how to use them.
Capital One Just Increased Earning Rates on Both the Savor and SavorOne Cards
Great news Capital One Savor and Capital One SavorOne cardholders. Capital One just increased the cashback earning rates in select categories on both cards. Cardholders now earn even more cash back on purchases on streaming services, groceries, dining, and Vivid Seats.
[Extended] Capital One Adds New Redemption Options – Restaurants, Streaming Services, and Phone Services
As travel came to a standstill in April 2020, Capital One offered Venture and Spark cardholders another use for their travel-oriented miles: using them for restaurants and streaming services. This promotion has been extended multiple times since and is now valid through June 30, 2021. Here’s what you need to know about using your miles for these alternatives.
Complete Guide to Capital One Transfer Partners
Capital One transfer partners give you the ability to book flights with dozens of airlines to virtually every destination in the world. Like other transferrable points currencies, the key to maximizing your value is to familiarize yourself with the strengths and weaknesses of each of the partner programs. In this complete guide, we break down all 15 of Capital One’s transfer partners.
Extract Maximum Value from the Capital One Venture 100K Offer
The Capital One Venture card features a huge new 100,000-mile bonus offer, new transfer partners, an improved 1:1 transfer ratio for 7 partners, and earns a solid 2X miles on every purchase, every day. With the flexibility to redeem miles for any travel expense or transfer to 19 different airline and hotel partners, there are more ways than ever to get value from this excellent card.
Capital One Ups Its Game: New Transfer Partners, Better Transfer Rates, New Airport Lounges
Capital One just announced a bunch of great enhancements to the Capital One Miles program, including 4 new transfer partners and better transfer rates for 7 existing partners. Capital One has also announced plans to open 2 new airport lounges, with the first opening in late summer 2021.
Redeem Venture Miles for Airfare You’ve Already Purchased
Have you ever found a great travel deal but didn’t have the points or miles you needed to book? Today’s post covers a strategy you can use to book a flight now and redeem miles for a big discount up to three months later. Even better, if you play your cards right, you can earn miles worth hundreds of dollars between the time you book your trip and redeem your rewards.
Limited Time Offer: Earn 100,000 Bonus Miles with the Capital One Venture
Capital One is currently offering a 100,000-mile bonus on the Capital One Venture Card, matching the highest bonus this card has ever offered. Cardmembers earn a solid 2X miles on every purchase, every day. And you have the flexibility to redeem miles for any travel purchase or transfer to 19 different airline and hotel partners.
[Extended] Get a 15% Bonus When Transferring Bank Points to Singapore KrisFlyer
Singapore Airlines has just announced a new campaign to incentivize KrisFlyer members to book award tickets. Through January 16, 2021, loyalty members can convert eligible bank points to KrisFlyer miles and receive between 15–20% bonus miles. However, with limited operating schedules, restrictive border regulations, and an outdated point-expiration policy, does it make sense to convert points now?