Get 30% more Elevate® points with AMEX

Posted on April 19, 2014 by in Best use American Express Membership Rewards

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Type of promotion: Get more miles

Brands: American Express and Virgin America

What are the benefits?

Get 30% more Elevate® points when you transfer Membership Rewards® points to your Virgin America Elevate account.

Offer is valid until April 30, 2014.

Terms and conditions

Terms and Conditions for the Membership Rewards® program apply. Visit or call 1-800-AXP-EARN (297-3276) for more information. You must be enrolled in Virgin America Elevate® in order to participate in this offer, visit to enroll. American Express is not responsible for availability of flight, accommodations or any other rewards in the merchant program. Once you have transferred Membership Rewards® points, they become subject to the Terms and Conditions of the merchant program and cannot be transferred back to your Membership Rewards program account. Taxes, fees, charges and surcharges, including airline surcharges, apply on Virgin America redemption flights and upgrades. See Virgin America Elevate Terms and Conditions for details. Individual air carrier restrictions may apply. Minimum transfer is 200 Membership Rewards points. Redeem for this exclusive offer from 12:00 a.m. CST on April 16, 2014 to 11:59 p.m. CST on April 30, 2014, to receive 30% additional Elevate points. Additional Elevate points will be awarded at the time of transfer. For each conversion of points into the Frequent Flyer program of a U.S. airline, a fee of $0.0006 per point, with a maximum fee of $99, will be charged to your Card account. We charge this fee to offset the federal excise tax we must pay on such conversions. The fee may be more or less than the actual amount of the excise tax we pay on any individual conversion. We may offer you the option to redeem points to pay this fee.
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