You can redeem Capital One Spark Miles rewards by transferring your miles to 15 airline partners currently. This way you can get 2:1.5/2:1 transfer ratio for your miles.
Another option is to use them for qualifying travel-related purchases, from flights and hotels to ride-sharing services.
For this, you have to purchase anything travel related as you normally would, with your credit card. After this you have 90 days to “erase” this purchase with your miles. You can also directly pay for travel with your miles. All purchases made through the Capital One Travel Center have a 1:1 transfer ratio.
Other redemption methods are not as lucrative, since redeeming for gift cards, statement credit and opting for a check will only get you 1:1/0.5:1 value.
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