Transfer Points To Asiana Club
Calculate the transfer of points to Asiana from their transfer partners and get the list of partner credit cards you can use to earn miles.
Asiana Miles can be earned by transferring points from partnering rewards programs directly to your Asiana Club account. This provides a great way to earn rewards using other loyalty programs and an easy way to top off your account if you're ever a few Asiana Miles short of a redemption.
Transfer Rewards Into Asiana Miles
Asiana Airlines is a direct transfer partner of several hotel programs. This means you can earn reward points with these partner programs and transfer the rewards you've earned directly into your Asiana account. This gives you additional ways to earn miles and work your way towards award travel faster.
Best Western Hotels
Best Western Points transfer to Asiana at a 5 to 1 ratio. Since Best Western members earn at a base rate of 10 points per $1 spent, you will earn 2 Asiana Miles per $1 spent at their hotels. Best Western Diamond Select members earn a 50% bonus on points earned which comes out to be 5 points for an additional mile. You can also use the Best Western Premier Mastercard to earn 10 points per $1 spent for 2 additional miles. This means you can earn, at most, 5 Asiana Miles per $1 spent as a Best Western Diamond Select member using the Best Western Premier Mastercard.
Basic Hilton Honors members earn points at a base rate of 10 points per $1 spent at Hilton Hotels. This means you will only earn 1 Asiana Mile worth of Hilton Honors Points when staying at Hilton Hotels. While that isn't the best rate, you can earn an additional Asiana Mile as a Hilton Diamond due to the 100% point bonus. The Hilton Aspire Card can also add an additional 1.4 Asiana Miles when used at Hilton Hotels. The maximum amount of Asiana Miles you can earn would come from holding the Aspire Card (which grants Hilton Diamond) earning you a total of 34 Hilton Honors Points which is 3.4 Asiana Miles per $1 spent at Hilton Hotels.
Hyatt Members earn 5 Hyatt Points per $1 spent at Hyatt Hotels. Since Hyatt Points transfer to Asiana and several other airline partners at a 2.5 to 1 ratio, you're looking at an earning of 2 Asiana Miles per $1 spent when transferred. The World of Hyatt Credit Card can earn you an additional 1.6 miles while obtaining Hyatt Globalist will give you a 0.6 miles boost to the base rate. So a Hyatt Globalist member using the World of Hyatt Credit Card can earn 10.5 Hyatt Points per $1 spent at Hyatt which comes out to being 4.2 Asiana Miles.
IHG Rewards Club members earn at a base rate of 10 points per $1 spent at IHG hotels. Since IHG Points transfer to Asiana at a 5 to 1 ratio, you will be earning 2 Asiana Miles per $1 spent which is about the norm for most programs. Obtaining IHG Spire Elite status will grant you an additional 2 Asiana Miles thanks to the 100% point boost, the IHG Traveler Card will give you 1 additional mile, and the IHG Premier Card will give you 2 additional miles. This means an IHG Spire Elite member using the IHG Premier Card can earn a max of 30 IHG Points per $1 spent which is equal to 6 Asiana Miles as well as 30+ other IHG airline partners.
As with other programs, Marriott Bonvoy members earn at a base rate of 10 points per $1 spent at Marriott Hotels. Marriott Bonvoy Points transfer to Asiana at a rate of 3 to 1 meaning you will earn 3.3 Asiana Miles per $1 spent at Marriott Hotels. Marriott credit cardholders can earn an additional 2 miles and Marriott Platinum Premier Elite (Titanium Elite) can earn an additional 2.5 miles per $1 spent. This makes the maximum amount obtainable to be 23.5 Marriott Bonvoy Points per $1 spent for Marriott Platinum Premier Elite (Titanium Elite) members using any Marriott Credit Card for a total of 7.8 Asiana Miles making Marriott the best of the hotel transfer partners when it comes to maximum earnings.
Radisson Rewards members earn at a base rate of 20 points per $1 spent at Radisson Hotels. With the 10 to 1 ratio, you will be earning 2 Asiana Miles per $1. The Radisson Premier Visa can earn you 1 additional Asiana Mile and Radisson Platinum status can earn you 1.5 Asiana Miles. This makes the maximum amount of 45 Radisson Reward Points per $1 spent obtainable by a Radisson Platinum member using the Radisson Premier Visa for a total of 4.5 Asiana Miles per $1 spent when transferred from Radisson.
Earning With Partner Credit Cards
All of the credit cards listed in the table below allow you to earn rewards and transfer them directly to your Asiana Club Account. This gives you alternative ways to earn rewards through spend and sign up bonuses. The earning rates listed are based on the transfer ratio when converting rewards to Asiana Miles. Remember you can use the Search By Currency function on the homepage to find lists of cards that earn rewards with specific programs!
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