Ends Today! Capital One Points Now Transfer To JetBlue, Get A 50% Intro Transfer Bonus!

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Update: The 50% intro transfer bonus ends today!


Originally posted on 5/1:

Capital One shocked the mileage world when they announced last November that their points would be transferable into real airline miles.

Eligible cards include:

Those cards earn 2 points per dollar spent everywhere.

You can also convert cashback rewards from cards like The Capital One® Spark® Cash for Business into Capital One mileage cards for transfers to airlines.

You can transfer points from Capital One into these 12 airline programs at a 2:1.5 ratio:

  • Aeromexico (SkyTeam)
  • Air Canada Aeroplan (Star Alliance)
  • Air France/KLM Flying Blue (SkyTeam)
  • Alitalia (SkyTeam)
  • Avianca LifeMiles (Star Alliance)
  • Cathay Pacific Asia Miles (OneWorld)
  • Etihad (No alliance)
  • EVA (Star Alliance)
  • Finnair (OneWorld)
  • Hainan (No alliance)
  • Qantas (OneWorld)
  • Qatar (OneWorld)

You can transfer points from Capital One into these 3 airline programs at a 2:1 ratio:

  • Emirates (No alliance)
  • JetBlue (No alliance)
  • Singapore (Star Alliance)

From now through 5/31 you can transfer Capital One points into JetBlue points at a 2:1.5 ratio.

This is Capital One’s second transfer bonus, and hopefully Capital One will continue to have partner transfer bonuses!

JetBlue points typically have a value between 1.1-1.6 cents each, though they also run promotions where points have an increased value and if you have a JetBlue card you’ll also get a 10% points rebate.

Will you transfer Capital One points to JetBlue?

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Joe

Hi dan,
Chase just me down for personal cards and personal checking. I still have chase ink unlimited for business. What’s the best card to use? I have the capital one spark business and AMEX SPG. I got the bonus 300k for spending 50k on the spark card what’s the best place to spend it. Jet blue or Elal?

chicago rocks

issue is that the cards allowing mileage transfers have $95 annual fee.

fjdo

Does Capital One pull from all 3 credit bureaus?

Yossi

Yes

cleveland

Unrelated question: I will be in Cleveland for about 24 hours (couple, no kids) Anything interesting to do for a day? Any unique places (pref Marriott) to stay for the night? TIA

dhammer53

I’m arriving at 4:00 and heading to a Cleveland Indian baseball game. The next morning I’m going to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. After that, it’s off to the Priority pass Lounge at CLE, before boarding my flight home.

jb

anypne know if the capital one QUICKSILVER personal card is eligible for airline transfer?

Dave Black

No

Debbie

I have the ‘basic’ JetBlue card. Will I get 10% there too?

CtownBin

Am I missing something, or does this transfer option make no sense at all? Capital One miles are worth a fixed 1 cent each towards travel on any airline, and JetBlue points also have a fixed-ish value maxing out at 1.7 cents (only on Jetblue of course). So why would anyone transfer 2 cents of travel to get back only at most 1.7 cents? It’s strange that they would even offer it.

usernamechuck

I think your math is bad. 2 cents transferred at 1.5 miles per cent = 3 miles which (assuming 1.7 cpp value) = 5.1 cents. But at the normal rate, 1 cent = 0.5 miles = 0.85 cents, i.e., a bad deal in most case.s

usernamechuck

Sorry, I mistyped a moment ago. I think your math is bad. 2 cents transferred at 2:1.5 miles per cent = 1.5 miles which (assuming 1.7 cpp value) = 2.25 cents. Still doubtful. (But at the normal rate, 1 cent = 0.5 miles = 0.85 cents, i.e., a bad deal in most cases.)

JS

Has anyone been successful doing a product change from miles to cash back with capital one?

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