Expiration Policies of Loyalty & Rewards Programs (Updated October 2018)by Howie Rappaport
With few exceptions, the points, miles, and rewards associated with loyalty/rewards programs expire at some point. The key is to know the policies and make sure you’re never caught losing out on your hard-earned rewards. First and foremost, make sure you’re keeping track of all of your rewards with AwardWallet; we’ll let you know if something is going to expire well in advance of that expiration.
Do Hawaiian Airlines HawaiianMiles Expire?by Sam Helmy
Yes, HawaiianMiles expire if you have had no activity on your account in the last 18 months. Per HA: Earned mileage will expire when a member does not earn or redeem miles for 18 consecutive months from the last date of member activity.
Do Le Club AccorHotels Points Expire?by Sam Helmy
Officially, yes, if you have no eligible stays in Accor properties over a 12-month period, your points will expire. However, based on the evidence we have seen, any points earning activity will extend the life of your points by 12 months from the date of that activity.
What Happens to Bank and Hotel Rewards Points When You Die?by Jess Farley
We recently documented the expiration and transfer policies of major frequent flyer programs, listing the rules for deceased estates and any possible workarounds. In this post, we’re going to cover the different policies for bank and hotel rewards points. Transfer…
What Happens to Frequent Flyer Miles When You Die?by Jess Farley
While frequent flyer miles won’t aid us in securing first class fares to the afterlife, there’s a chance they could continue to provide value for loved ones in the event of our death. There are both official and ‘unofficial’ methods…