Or, consider other cards for 50,000 or more miles or points that transfer into United miles with additional flexibility for your everyday spending.
$1,000 toward travel or transfer to United, Southwest, and more.
2x points on all your spending.
The points can be used for cash back or to book travel on any airline.
But if you are saving up to travel, the most bang for your points is often to transfer them into real airline miles with Chase partners like United, Southwest, or British Airways.
You can’t do that with a Chase Freedom card alone. But if you have a Chase Sapphire Preferred, Sapphire Reserve, Ink Plus, or Ink Bold card you’re eligible to do that by transferring your Freedom points into your other card’s Ultimate Rewards account.
It’s free, instant, and can be reversed any time.
Once the points are in your transfer eligible account, you can turn them into real airline miles or hotel points with Chase partners.
1. Login to your account at ChaseUltimateRewards.com and choose ‘Combine Points’ from the menu at the top right hand corner of your screen.
2. Pick the card you want to move points FROM (in this case your Freedom account) and choose the card you want to move points TO. If you want to move your points to another household member’s account, you can add the account there.
3. Choose the number of points you want to move and confirm.
4. You’re done. You can then go on to transfer your points to real airline miles from the eligible account.
What’s the catch?
But you should be aware…
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