There are 13 Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer partners, including 10 airlines and 3 hotels. Some of the most popular Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer partners are United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Hyatt, Marriott and IHG. People with a Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, Chase Sapphire Reserve® or Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card can transfer their rewards points to a partner’s loyalty program. You can do so to pool them with points or miles already there as well as to redeem them for a flight or hotel reservation with the partner.
Transfers to Chase Ultimate Rewards partners are done at a 1:1 ratio, meaning you get one point or mile in a partner’s program for each Chase point. But that doesn’t mean your points will be worth the same amount after you transfer them to one of the Ultimate Rewards transfer partners. The value of hotel points and airline miles can vary a lot.
Here are the Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer partners:
- Aer Lingus AerClub
- British Airways Executive Club
- Emirates Skywards
- Flying Blue AIR FRANCE KLM
- Iberia Plus
- IHG Rewards Club
- JetBlue TrueBlue
- Marriott Bonvoy
- Singapore Airlines
- Southwest Rapid Rewards
- United MilagePlus
- World of Hyatt
All transfers to Chase Ultimate Rewards partners are irreversible. Once you transfer your Ultimate Rewards points, you are subject to the rules, fees and redemption policies of the partner’s program.
Ultimate Rewards points transfer instantly into nearly all partner loyalty accounts. In some cases, such as the Marriott reward program, transfers may take up to 2 business days. You may also have to deal with blackout dates, seating limitations and varying mile values while navigating the Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer partners.
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