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Chase has now confirmed that you’ll be able to transfer points to Korean Air again, starting January 25, 2015.
That’s great news for folks who book award tickets on Korean Air, or like using their miles for travel on partner airlines like Delta.
What’s the Deal?
Link: Chase Ultimate Rewards
Link: Korean Air Award Charts
You’ll be able to transfer your Chase Ultimate Rewards points to Korean Air again, starting January 25, 2015. Points transfer at a 1 : 1 ratio, and there are no fees.
Note: To transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to partner airlines (like Korean Air) and hotels, you must have 1 of the following cards: Chase Sapphire Preferred, Chase Ink Plus, or the discontinued Chase Ink Bold.
Korean Air treats Hawaii as “North America,” so a round-trip coach class award ticket on Delta only costs 25,000 miles. Business Class is 45,000 miles. Either way, it’s a fantastic deal.
You can use Korean Air miles for Korean Air flights, or for award tickets on partner airlines like Delta, Air France, KLM, and Hawaiian Airlines.
How have you used Korean Air miles?