[Expired] Chase Ultimate Rewards: 30% Transfer Bonus To British Airways Avios (1:1.3)

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The Offer

  • Chase Ultimate Rewards program is offering a 30% transfer bonus when you transfer to British Airways Avios. Normally you can transfer at a rate of 1:1 and under this promotion that increases to 1:1.3

The Fine Print

  • Valid until July 31, 2022.

Our Verdict

This is a frequent transfer bonus we’ve seen before:

You can see a full list of transfer bonuses by clicking here.

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Boozi
Boozi

Does anyone know how long does the transfer take? I am looking to book NYC to LHR in 2 weeks, does it take the standard instantaneous or 3-4 days?

LDoc
LDoc

You can link your BA account to your Qatar Airways account (now uses Avios miles) if you’re looking for a Qatar Airways booking with miles.

Tom
Tom

Citi have 40% bonus to QR right now

Mike
Mike

I have no upcoming plans, but BA has always been good to me for booking cheap AA domestic flights.

02nz
02nz

But I miss the good old days when certain short-haul flights were just 4500 miles.

A M
A M

You able to use avios that you transfer to BA on Qatar since they changed to avios too?

Aaron
Aaron

Also TPG saying that 100k Avios/$5k spend offer on BA, IB, EI cards are coming to an end on 6/30 William Charles

Pakistan Murdabad
Pakistan Murdabad

DO NOT DO IT… Unless you want to sell your kidneys and pay BA for STUPID SURCHARGES !!!

sullim4
sullim4

Silly rabbit, Avios is for Partner Redemptions!

Never redeem on BA. Redeem on someone like Alaska instead.

tassojunior
tassojunior

why Chase always 30% on BA while AmEx is usually 40%?

a nice thing about Avios is they usually let you pay part cash for 1.2 cents per Avios, a great price.

Rach
Rach

With all the BA horror stories as of late, I wouldn’t touch a BA award booking with a 10 foot pole.

Trifectaguy
Trifectaguy

Can you explain what horror stories we should be aware of? I’m looking to book American airlines through ba avios for a domestic flight to ny next year.

Bam
Bam

I’m curious also

Rach
Rach

Look at flyertalk. Threads on threads of cancelled flights, insane hold times and no availability to reschedule.

Hombre
Hombre

I am hold right now with BA. I had to do a flight with them and now regretting it. I paid for standard economy, upgraded to plus with Avios, my ticket spans their Book With Confidence period (they are ending no cost changes), I have been on hold/calling for last two weeks and wasted over 15 hours trying to get a simple change made (simple for other airlines) but with the base fare paid PLUS Avios upgrade, they need Albert Einstien from the back office to determine the solution to E=MC2. Does that help with the HORROR that is BA??!

TB
TB

I suggest trying to get connected with their Twitter support team. They’re usually more competent, although it takes close to 48hrs for responses.

tassojunior
tassojunior

+1. Twitter is the only way to communicate with them and it’s only decent. But plenty of (if not most) companies are the same now. I had a little while getting a points redeposit but after about 3 weeks of back and forth it was done. Not awful. They are a 15% to 20% discount on AA awards and no fees on AA. Using Avios on Iberia and Aer Lingus also is really great reward rates with low fees. Most especially off-peak, which is most of the year.

02nz
02nz

In other words, just like almost every other airline at the moment. (FWIW I’m not a fan of BA, they’re pretty mediocre as legacy airlines go.)