Bilt Rewards Adds Avianca LifeMiles as its Latest Transfer Partner

by Anthony Losanno
Avianca Plane

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I’ve written a ton about Bilt and Bilt Rewards. Each month, Bilt makes the first fun. It offers bonus opportunities, chances to win points playing a trivia game, and even a contest to win free rent (up to $2,500) for what it calls “Rent Day.” Bilt is a great program with lots of transfer partners and these Rent Day promos make it even sweeter. I am using the Bilt Mastercard® to pay rent on my winter place in Florida again and love it.

Bilt offers partnerships with the following airline partners:

  • Aer Lingus AerClub
  • Air Canada Aeroplan
  • Air France-KLM Flying Blue
  • American Airlines AAdvantage
  • British Airways Executive Club
  • Cathay Pacific Asia Miles
  • Emirates Skywards
  • Hawaiian Airlines HawaiianMiles
  • Iberia Plus
  • Turkish Airlines Miles&Smiles
  • United Airlines MileagePlus
  • Virgin Atlantic Flying Club

Now, it’s adding Avianca LifeMiles as its newest transfer partner. The Colombian flag carrier is a member of Star Alliance and also partners with Aeromexico and Iberia. Points addicts love the program for its value, sales, and access to some great awards. Bilt Rewards transfers to Avianca LifeMiles at a 1:1 rate.

Anthony’s Take: I don’t have an Avianca LifeMiles account, but have transferred miles to Flying Blue when Bilt had an amazing transfer special for Rent Day a few months ago. I love that Bilt offers so many options and has made its points so valuable.

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