May242019

Radisson Rewards points to miles 30% rebate is 7 points per mile with 35 airlines

Radisson Rewards has a points to miles exchange promotion offering a 30% rebate on points converted to miles through May 26, 2019. The normal exchange rate is 10 points = 1 mile. This offer effectively is 7 points = 1 mile after rebate. Radisson Rewards has 35 airline partners.

2,000 Radisson Rewards points = 200 airline miles

50,000 Radisson Rewards points = 5,000 airline miles

100,000 Radisson Rewards points = 10,000 airline miles

While I find Radisson Rewards points have more value to me for hotel reward stays, this rebate offer makes the exchange rate comparable or better value than most other hotel loyalty program transfer rates.

Radisson Rewards Airline Partners

AIRLINE PROGRAM NAME
Aeroflot Aeroflot Bonus
Aeroméxico® Club Premier®
Air Astana Nomad Club
Air Baltic airBaltic Club
Air Canada® Aeroplan®
Air China PhoenixMiles
Air France/KLM Flying Blue®
Asiana Airlines Asiana Club®
Avianca LifeMiles
British Airways® Executive Club®
Cathay Pacific® Asia Miles®
Czech Airlines OK Plus®
Delta Air Lines SkyMiles®
Emirates® Skywards®
Ethiopian Airways Sheba Miles
Etihad Airways Etihad Guest
Finnair Finnair Plus
Frontier Airlines® Frontier Miles
Gulf Air Gulf Air Frequent Flyer Program®
Hainan Airlines Fortune Wings Club
Japan Airlines Mileage Bank®
Jet Airways JetPrivilege
Kuwait Airways Oasis Club
LATAM LANPASS
Malaysia Airlines Enrich Miles
Oman Air Sindbad
Philippine Airlines Mabuhay Miles
Qantas Airways Frequent Flyer
Qatar Airways Privilege Club
SAS Airlines EuroBonus®
Saudi Arabian Airlines Alfursan
Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer
South African Airways Voyager
Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards
Turkish Airways Miles&Smiles
United Airlines® Mileage Plus®

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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Comments

  1. How long does the transfer usually take? And any idea on when/how quick the 30% back will be processed?

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