How to Transfer Chase Points to British Airways
Chase rewards credit cards allow you to earn cash back or points on purchases. Then the points can be redeemed for a variety of goods and services. If you like to use your points for travel, that's an option—or you can or to another Chase airline partner. That may give you more redemption power with British Airways if you've been accumulating points on flights already.
Since British Airways is a Chase travel partner, your Chase points retain their value when they're transferred. Still, you'll want to make sure transferring is your best option. In some cases, it may be worth it to redeem your points for travel directly with Chase, sell points or miles for cash, or to use them to buy gift cards and other products and services.
You don't have to spend hours comparing your options and digging into the details of your card agreement. DoNotPay can help you transfer your Chase points, check your balance, and so much more.
How to Earn Chase Points
Chase has two primary types of rewards cards: cash back cards and points cards. Each card has its own terms and conditions, but in general, you'll earn points or cash back for most purchases, including travel, hotels, dining, and more. Certain purchases are worth more points or cash back than others, and you may earn more for making purchases directly through the Ultimate Rewards website.
Make sure you take a closer look at your card to understand how points are accumulated. To transfer Chase points to British Airways or another Chase travel partner, you'll need to make sure you have one of these credit cards:
- Chase Sapphire Preferred
- Chase Sapphire Reserve
- Chase Ink Business Preferred
How to Transfer Your Chase Points to British Airways
Since British Airways is a Chase travel partner, you'll be able to retain the full value of your chase points when you transfer them. This is how to transfer your Chase points to your British Airways Executive Club account:
- Log into Chase Ultimate Rewards.
- From the "Earn/Use" section, choose "Transfer to Travel Partners" to see your options.
- In the "Airlines" section, go to "British Airways" and choose "Transfer Points" to the British Airways Executive Club.
- Enter your Executive Club account number. You can transfer points to any authorized user (member of your household) listed on your account.
- Choose the number of points to transfer. There is a 1:1 transfer ratio, so every Chase point will become one Avios in the Executive Club.
- Submit the transfer and your Ultimate Rewards points will be instantly available as Avios.
Here is some more information on Chase partners, including British Airways:
|Transfer Partners||Ratio||Transfer Increment||Timing|
|Aer Lingus AerClub||1:1||1,000||Immediate|
|Air Canada Aeroplan||1:1||1,000||Immediate|
|Air France-KLM Flying Blue||1:1||1,000||Immediate|
|British Airways Executive Club||1:1||1,000||Immediate|
|Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer||1:1||1,000||About Two Business Days|
|Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards||1:1||1,000||Immediate|
|Virgin Atlantic Flying Club||1:1||1,000||Immediate|
|IHG Rewards Club||1:1||1,000||Immediate|
|Marriott Bonvoy||1:1||1,000||About One Business Day|
|World of Hyatt||1:1||1,000||Immediate|
Transferring is only one way to use your Chase points. It's important to determine whether transferring allows you to put your points to the best use. It may be your best option if you're close to a travel reward in your Executive Club account and you can use your Chase points to put you over the edge.
In other cases, you may be better off selling your points or redeeming them for products or services. It can start to feel overwhelming as you compare the options, but DoNotPay can speed things up and make it easy to see which redemption option is best for you.
How to Transfer Chase Points to British Airways With the Help of DoNotPay
Whether you want to transfer your Chase points to British Airways, Southwest, or another Chase travel partner, sell your United miles, or even check your balance, DoNotPay makes it fast and easy:
- Search "points" or "rewards" on DoNotPay, and select the rewards program you're a part of / the type of points you have.
- Choose whether you want to check your points balance, transfer your points, or sell them for cash.
- If you selected one of the first two options, DoNotPay can check your points balance or transfer your points for you. Otherwise, we can help you find the best deal through third-party vendors.
Our points product works the same way across loyalty programs. If you are a Marriott Rewards member, for example, you can transfer your points to airline miles or find discounted hotel rates to redeem the best value. If you want to sell your points, we can help you find the best deal through third-party vendors. Lastly, we can also help you check your latest points balance automatically!
Why Use DoNotPay to Check Your Chase Ultimate Rewards Account Balance, Sell or Transfer Points, and More
Don't let your points go to waste! It's all too easy to lose track of your points balance, especially if you belong to several loyalty programs. If those points expire, you lose them forever. If you don't understand all your options, you may not get to enjoy the full potential value of your points. You can take the time to research and compare on your own, or you can simplify the entire process by using DoNotPay.
DoNotPay makes it easy to manage your rewards, but our services go far beyond points programs.
DoNotPay Works Across All Entities
It's not just for Chase. Our points product works with any loyalty program for things such as:
|Transferring United Airlines Miles||Transferring Southwest Airlines Miles||Transferring Marriott Points|
|Transferring American Airlines Miles||Selling Delta Airlines Miles||Transferring Hilton Points|
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