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Flying Blue vs Krisflyer

Flying Blue vs Krisflyer

  1. vitaminJ

    Hey guys,

    Have some Citi thankyou points I need to transfer soon and seems like best options would be Air France Flying Blue or Singapore Krisflyer .

    Know this is pretty vague question but which would you you transfers to?

    Thanks,
    J

  2. phize

    It all depends on where you are based and your preferred carriers. If you are based somewhere like Del, Sin, or Fracked which are all star alliance hubs, I would say Krisflyer for sure. On the other hand, if you are based in Cdg, Atl, or Bey, I would definitely go for Air France for all of the sky team routings.

    If you look at where you are based or your common destinations/routings that can help make your decision clear.

  3. David W

    Keep in mind of miles expiration dates before making any transfers!

    FlyingBlue miles never expire as long as you credit a SkyTeam flight to the program at least once every 20 months.

    On the other hand, KrisFlyer miles have a hard expiration of 36 months from when they first originally show up in the account with no practical way to extend the life of the miles.

  4. Gaurav

    [USER=2513]@vitaminJ[/USER] have you considered just downgrading your Citi card so you can keep the points?

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