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Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer partners

See the list of Ultimate Rewards airline and hotel partners and the value of points from each partner


Transferring your Ultimate Rewards points to one of Chase’s travel partners can be an excellent way to maximize your rewards if you choose a partner that offers a high point value.

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Serious about maximizing your Chase Ultimate Rewards points? You’ll want to take a deep dive into Chase’s list of travel partners.

If you own a premium Ultimate Rewards card, including the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card, Chase Sapphire Reserve card and Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card, you have the option to transfer points to 14 outside loyalty programs — including 11 airline partners and three hotel partners — at various rates. This list includes several major airlines, such as United and Southwest Airlines, giving you a lot of options for travel.

Ultimate Rewards travel partners

Where exactly can you transfer your Chase Ultimate Rewards points? Below you’ll find the current point values for various Chase partners as of June 2022.

Transfer partnerEstimated point value
Singapore Airlines1.3 cents
World of Hyatt1.7 cents
Iberia Plus1.5 cents
Southwest Airlines1.5 cents
JetBlue Airways1.3 cents
United Airlines1.21 cents
British Airways1.5 cents
Emirates Skywards1.2 cents
Air France/KLM1.2 cents
Aer Lingus1.5 cents
Aeroplan1.5 cents
Virgin Atlantic1.5 cents
Marriott Bonvoy0.84 cents
IHG Rewards Club0.5 cents

Once you transfer your Ultimate Rewards points to an outside loyalty program, you are subject to the rules, fees and price charts of that program. Unlike the Ultimate Rewards portal, which doesn’t enforce any seating limitations, you may also have to deal with blackout dates and other limitations on rewards seats.

You’ll also want to take extra care to check availability before you transfer your points — since your point transfer is nonreversible, you may find yourself stuck if the seat disappears before you have a chance to book your rewards flight.

Airline alliances can take you almost anywhere

Interestingly, your flight options actually extend beyond the list of airline partners above. Several of Chase’s airline partners are part of a major airline alliance, giving you access to an even wider network of airlines. Using the rewards charts and rules of a particular airline’s loyalty program, you can use your points to book flights on any of the partners within that airline’s alliance.

Ultimate Rewards airline alliances

British Airwaysoneworld Alliance
Singapore AirlinesStar Alliance
Iberia Plusoneworld Alliance
Southwest AirlinesNone
United AirlinesStar Alliance
AeroplanStar Alliance
Air France/KLMSkyTeam Alliance
Aer LingusCodeshares with multiple alliances
Virgin AtlanticCodeshares with multiple alliances

These alliances cover most of the world’s airlines, which means you have the potential to find an award seat almost anywhere you want to travel around the world.

Learn the guidelines for each transfer partner

Finding the best partner to transfer your points to can be a tricky affair. Not only do you have to deal with blackout dates, seating limitations and complicated rewards charts, but loyalty programs (especially airline programs) often come with a dense list of guidelines that limit how you can use your rewards.

You’ll need to familiarize yourself with the ins and outs of each program —  for example, whether you can book one-way and open-jaw tickets, routing restrictions, hidden costs and fees (many airlines include fuel surcharges that can equal the cost of your airfare) — to find the best value for your points or miles.

Bottom line

That said, Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer partners are easily some of the best among all flexible programs, and for more reasons than one. =Chase offers access to more domestic airlines than other travel programs and partners with programs you can’t transfer to elsewhere, including Southwest Rapid Rewards, United Airlines and World of Hyatt.

If you’re considering a Chase credit card and wondering how you’ll use your points, you can rest assured one of the Chase partners can help you get where you want to go.

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