Extended: 30% Bonus on Hotel Point Transfers to Cathay Pacific
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Good news! Via View From the Wing, Cathay Pacific has extended its previous promotion and is offering a 30% bonus for converting your hotel points to Asia Miles, through February 28, 2017.Asia Miles, Cathay Pacific’s frequent flyer program, can be very valuable if you know how to take advantage of their relaxed routing rules. So this 30% hotel transfer bonus could be a great chance to collect more Cathay Pacific miles!
I’ll remind you of a few ways to use Cathay Pacific miles for Big Travel. And help you decide if Asia Miles is a good program for you.
Cathay Pacific Transfer PromotionI let you know about this deal a few weeks ago, and now, the promotion has been extended through February 28, 2017.
This could be a good deal for you if:
- You need to top-off your Cathay Pacific account for a specific award ticket
- You can transfer Starwood points to Cathay Pacific miles
- You’re booking a Marriott Hotel + Air package
Transferring Starwood points to Cathay Pacific miles can be a good deal, because they have a better transfer ratio compared to the other hotel points programs.
Check out this post for secret ways to book Cathay Pacific award flights. And read this post for how to get a great value out of Cathay Pacific miles with 5 free stopovers & 2 open jaws allowed on Cathay Pacific award flights.
Cathay Pacific’s recent hotel point transfer bonus promotion has been extended!
Through February 28, 2017, you can get a 30% transfer bonus for converting your hotel points to Cathay Pacific Asia Miles.
And don’t forget to read about these secret ways to book Cathay Pacific award flights. And about how to get Big Travel with Cathay Pacific’s generous routing rules!
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