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Hawaiian Airlines Transfer Partners

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You can transfer points to your Hawaiian Airlines account to earn HawaiianMiles using several partners such as Marriott, Hyatt, Hilton, and AMEX points.

Hawaiian Airlines has a small handful of useful transfer partners that you can use to earn HawaiianMiles. This includes major rewards programs such as American Express Membership Rewards and Marriott Bonvoy.

Transfer Partners

Several rewards programs allow you to transfer your points directly to your HawaiianMiles account. This allows you to top off your account with rewards you have with other loyalty programs and earn points through other means that may be more beneficial to you such as credit cards offered by transfer partners.

The table below lists the programs that allow you to transfer points directly to your HawaiianMiles account. You can enter any value in the table below to see how many points you would need in the partner program that equals the amount you entered. You can click on a program (when applicable) to learn more about earning and redeeming rewards with the program.

Membership Rewards

American Express Membership Rewards Points transfer to Hawaiian Airlines at a 1:1 ratio allowing you to earn Hawaiian Miles at a fantastic rate using some of their best credit cards. Earn 4 points on restaurant and supermarket purchases with the AMEX Gold Card or use the AMEX Everyday Preferred to earn 4.5 points on supermarket and 3 points on gas purchases. You can even pick up the Blue Business Plus Card to earn 2 points on all purchases. Keep in mind that American Express charges a $0.0006 cents Excise Tax Offset Fee for every 1 point transferred to U.S. airlines. Calculate the transfer of these points to Hawaiian Miles and 20+ other partners using our Membership Rewards Points Calculators.

Hilton Hotels

Points earned in the Hilton Honors Program transfer to Hawaiian Airlines miles at the rate of 10,000 Hilton Honor Points for 1,500 Hawaiian Miles. Hilton Honors Points are earned at a base rate of 10 points per $1, so you will be earning the equivalent of 1.5 Hawaiian Miles per $1 spent at Hilton hotels. Hilton Diamond Members using the Hilton Aspire Card to pay for their hotel stay will earn 34 Hilton Honors Points per $1 spent which comes out to being 5.1 Hawaiian Miles per $1 spent.

Hyatt Hotels

World of Hyatt Rewards transfer to Hawaiian at a rate of 2.5 Hyatt Points for 1 Hawaiian Mile. Hyatt Members earn 5 base points per $1 spent which equals 2 Hawaiian Miles per $1 spent. A Hyatt Globalist member using the Hyatt Credit Card will earn 10.5 Hyatt Points per $1 spent which equals 4.2 Hawaiian Miles. Do note that Hyatt Points are generally worth 1.8 cents so make sure the transfer is worth it!

IHG Hotels

IHG Rewards Club transfer to Hawaiian at the rate of 10,000 IHG Points for 2,000 Hawaiian Miles. IHG Members earn 10 base points per $1 spent which comes out to be 2 Hawaiian Miles. IHG Spire Elites using the IHG Premier Card will earn 30 IHG Points per $1 which equals 6 Hawaiian Miles. This makes IHG a solid option for earning and transferring Hawaiian Miles.

Marriott Hotels

Marriott Points transfer to HawaiianMiles program at a ratio of 3 Marriott Bonvoy Points for 1 Hawaiian Mile. Marriott offers a bonus of 15,000 points for every 60,000 Marriott Bonvoy Points you transfer effectively giving you an additional 5,000 Hawaiian Miles. Marriott Bonvoy Members earn 10 base points per $1 spent which is a rate of about 3.3 Hawaiian Miles. Marriott Bonvoy Titanium members using any of the available Marriott Credit Cards will earn 23.5 Marriott Bonvoy Points per $1 spent which is equal to 7.8 Hawaiian Miles per $1 on Marriott purchases.

Wyndham Hotels

Wyndham Points transfer to Hawaiian at a rate of 5 Wyndham Points for 1 Hawaiian Mile. Since Wyndham Members earn 10 base points per $1 spent, you're looking at 2 Hawaiian Miles. Wyndham does not offer an extra percentage of bonus points for elite status like other programs do, so you will only be able to earn one additional Hawaiian Mile by using the Wyndham (Platinum) Card which earns 5 points for Wyndham and LaQuinta Inn purchases.

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 HawaiianMiles 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 Hawaiian Miles. You can use the Search By Transfer Partners option to get a list of cards that earns rewards with a specific program.


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AMEX Membership Rewards

Membership Rewards credit cards is going to be your best option for earning HawaiianMiles thanks to the 1:1 transfer ratio. You'll be able to rake in miles using some of AMEX's best credit cards which includes:

  • AMEX Gold - Best For Dining & Supermarket
  • AMEX Platinum - Best For Elite Travel Benefits & Airfare
  • AMEX Green - Best For General Travel & Transit Spend
  • AMEX Business Gold - Best For Gas Station & Business Expenses

I recommend looking at the full list of American Express Membership Rewards Credit Cards. You can also use the Best Credit Cards For Membership Rewards tool to get a list of Membership Rewards credit cards that will give you the most points based on your spend.

Other Ways To Earn

Transferring points to your HawaiianMiles account is one of the best ways to earn miles quickly. If you want to maximize your earnings using credit cards, you can use the Best Credit Cards For HawaiianMiles tool to get a list of the best credit cards for earning HawaiianMiles based on your spend across various categories.

Another easy way to earn lots of miles is with Hawaiian Airlines Partners which consists of airline, hotel, car rental, and shopping partners.

You can also buy HawaiianMiles directly through the Hawaiian Airlines website.

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Page Last Updated: 2020-04-18
Article By: Robert Flowers III

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