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  1. Renae

    ok so I’m a bit of delema here. I have 27000 Amex everyday rewards points which I need to transfer to BA Avios. I need to transfer them to BA Avios to book with Aer Lingus which I will only get 21000 Avios. But Iberia who is a partner airline have a deal going on right now with Amex that if I transfer the 27000 to Iberia Avios I will get 34000. You can transfer Avios between the two partners at the same rate so once they are in my Iberia account I would then transfer them to BA. So my question is does this sound like it will work the way I am thinking it will work or is there a catch once I go to transfer the Iberia Avios to BA will they devalue? I called Iberia and they informed me that they will be of equal value once transfered but I am nervous I am missing the small print in doing this ?

  2. Gaurav

    No, that’s the way it will work. Both accounts need to have been active and have had some activity in them prior to transferring. Make sure to read up on the specifics before you do this.

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