Chase Adds Flying Blue as a New Ultimate Rewards Transfer Partner

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It has been awhile since Chase has added a new transfer partner to Ultimate Rewards. Thankfully that has changed with the new addition of Air France KLM Flying Blue.

Things to Know

  • Points transfer at a 1:1 ratio. For example 1,000 Ultimate Rewards become 1,000 Flying Blue miles.
  • In most cases transfers are instant according to the Ultimate Rewards site.
  • The ability to transfer to Flying Blue is active now.

Other Ways to Transfer to Flying Blue

Flying Blue is also a transfer partner of Amex Membership Rewards, Citi ThankYou and SPG Starpoints. You can find a full list of which flexible points currencies transfer to which airline/hotel programs on our Transfer Partner Master List.

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  1. Which is best to use for transfer to Flying Blue? I have AMEX (90k), CHASE (60k) and Citi points-120k

    Would like to leave some to score Singapore or Etihad first class suite.

    • I’d probably say Citi points. They are generally the lease versatile and least valuable of the three transferable currencies. Not to mention Citi points are also your highest balance so if you have a solid redemption in mind for Flying Blue then I’d say go with Citi points.

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