(EXPIRED) 15% transfer bonus to Asia Miles from Thank You points

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Citi is offering a 15% bonus on transfers from Thank You points to Asia Miles. Be aware that Asia Miles has a devaluation on the very near horizon, so I don’t recommend transferring points unless you have a plan for how to use them now.

The Deal

Key Terms

  • Valid until 11:59pm ET on July 4, 2018

Quick Thoughts

Asia Miles has some strong values in their current chart. See this post for some good ideas:

Toward hacking Asia Miles: the unified oneworld award chart

However, keep in mind that Cathay’s award charts are set to change on June 22nd (See: Cathay Pacific Asia Miles devaluation on June 22nd). Some of the sweet spots become a bit less sweet in less than two weeks. If you can take advantage of the best values before the changes take effect, this transfer bonus will get you a little extra mileage.

Keep in mind that Asia Miles is also an Amex Transfer Partner and an SPG Transfer Partner, making it easy to put together the points for an award. There is also a current bonus on transfers from hotel points (See: 50% transfer bonus from hotels to Cathay Pacific Asia Miles (if you haven’t converted since 5/17, no SPG/Marriott), but SPG and Marriott are excluded as the title of that post indicates.

As always, we have added this offer to our Current point transfer bonuses resource page.

H/T: Point Me to the Plane

Last updated on July 7th, 2018

About Nick Reyes

Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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