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If you have been collecting these rewards and you’re not really sure what to do with them, this limited time offer might be perfect for you.
From now until November 25, 2018, you will be given a 30% bonus when you transfer your Amex Membership Rewards to Avios.
About British Airways Executive Club
The Executive Club is British Airways’ frequent flyer program and it awards members with points that are called Avios.
With Avios, not only can you fly with British Airways, but you can also fly with any of their oneworld alliance partner airlines.
Curious which oneworld alliance airlines fly into Canada?
- American Airlines,
- British Airways,
- Cathay Pacific,
- Japan Airlines,
- Qatar Airways,
- Qantas, and
- Royal Jordanian.
With these airlines, you’ll be able to fly to pretty much anywhere in the world. However, with no Canadian partners, you won’t be able to fly within Canada.
One really great benefit of Avios is that it typically requires fewer Avios to fly somewhere than Aeroplan.
Take a trip from Vancouver to Tokyo for instance – Aeroplan would require you to use 75,000 miles, but you only need 50,000 Avios to fly that same distance.
Typically, you would need 50,000 Amex Points as the transfer rate is 1:1. But, with this 30% bonus, you only need to collect 38,462 Membership Rewards points to get this flight – almost half of what a similar Aeroplan redemption would cost.
Talk about a good deal, and an efficient way to use your points!
Find out more about these cards here:
British Airways Credit Card
Of course, another way to earn Avios is to add the
With this card you will earn Avios at the following rates:
- 2 Avios per dollar spent on British Airways, and
- 1 Avios per dollar everywhere else.
Not to mention this card will give you up to 50,000 bonus Avios just for getting approved, spending $5,000 on your card in the first 2 months, and renewing your card for a second year.
Plus, the perks that come with this card are pretty impressive:
- extensive travel insurance that includes emergency medical for people over 65,
- $2,500 of coverage to protect you against hotel burglary, and
- a companion award voucher… Just to name a few.
Spend $30,000 annually on this card, and for no extra Avios, you will be able to take someone with you on that rewards flight, just pay the taxes and fees – essentially doubling the return of your spend.
Just keep in mind that this voucher can only be used on British Airways reward redemptions.
The annual fee for this card is $165, and income requirements are either $60,000 personal or $100,000 household.
Get the details here: