If you’re looking to fly First Class for the price of economy, stay in an overwater villa for free, or circumnavigate the globe in style, any traveler can gain immense value from Miles & Points. By using your credit card points for travel, you can make your dream trip a reality, bringing far-flung experiences well within reach.
But rewards programs are complicated, and not all points are created equal. You have to know how to play the game in order to achieve the biggest wins.
Transferable points offer the best value and flexibility, and they should be the cornerstone of your award travel strategy. By converting your credit card rewards to frequent flyer miles and hotel points, you’ll often unlock cheaper rates and better experiences that aren’t available in other ways.
Join us to learn…
- What you can gain by using loyalty programs to book aspirational travel
- Why this is the best way to use transferable rewards
- Which Canadian and American credit cards have transferable rewards
- Mistakes to avoid if you want to maximize the value of your transferable points
- When transferring your points might be the wrong choice
About Our Speaker
As the founder of Prince of Travel ( @princeoftravel ), the leading voice for Miles & Points in Canada, Ricky Zhang is on a mission to empower travellers to elevate their experiences. He’s amassed tens of millions of frequent flyer miles and hotel points towards that goal, enjoying many of the world’s best First Class airlines, luxury hotels, and other travel aspirations for pennies on the dollar. Ricky and the Prince of Travel team can help you find freedom and fulfillment through travel with their blog and video content, membership community, events, and consulting services.
Prince of Travel is hosting The Travel Summit in Toronto, Canada on October 29–30, 2022, the #1 event for elevating your travel. Come for two full days of networking and presentations on how to maximize your rewards points, use elite status for exceptional experiences, and pursue a freedom-oriented lifestyle.