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Cards without transferrable points

Cards without transferrable points

  1. Hugh B

    I was wondering if there were any cards from the Companies with transferable points (UR, MR, TY, etc.) (besides cash back cards) that have fixed value points on travel?

  2. MarkS

    This isn’t an exhaustive list, but off the top of my head, the 3 you mention, US Bank Flex Perks, Capitol One, Barclays, You get 1 cent to 2 cents per points depending on the program.

  3. Anonymous

    Even the programs with transferable points can generally be redeemed for travel at a fixed value. Sapphire Reserve at 1.5¢, CSP at 1.25¢, etc.

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