Hyatt Points Transfer
Hyatt has over 25 airline partners you can transfer your points to. You can also transfer points to Hyatt using Chase Ultimate Rewards.
Hyatt Points can be transferred to more than 25 airline frequent flyer programs, mostly at a 2.5:1 ratio, which can be useful for topping off your account. You can also transfer points to Hyatt using the Chase Ultimate Rewards program.
Hyatt Transfer Partners
Hyatt Points can be transferred to more than 25 different airline partners. Most of these transfers are 2.5 to 1, meaning that every 2,500 Hyatt Points you transfer will give you 1,000 airline miles. Transferring Hyatt Points to airline miles isn't the best way to earn miles with these programs, but it is an easy way to top off your account if you're a few miles short of your next redemption.
Hyatt Transfer Bonus
As with Marriott Bonvoy Points, Hyatt also gives you a bonus when transferring a large amount of points at once. For every 50,000 Hyatt Points you transfer, you'll receive 5,000 bonus miles with that airline partner. This comes out to be a total of 30,000 airline miles with most of Hyatt's transfer partners.
Hyatt Points Transfer Calculator
The Hyatt Points Transfer Calculator will calculate the transfer of Hyatt Points to airline miles. You can enter any value of Hyatt Points in the field below and it will output how many airline miles you will earn when transferring to each program.
Hyatt Skyteam Alliance Partners
Hyatt Points transfers to 6 reward programs under the Skyteam umbrella. Those airlines are:
- Air France-KLM
- China Airlines
- China Eastern Airlines
- Delta Airlines
- Korean Air
With the exception of China Eastern Airlines (which is based on kilometers), all of these transfers at a 2.5:1 ratio. So for every 2,500 Hyatt Points you transfer, you will receive 1,000 airline miles. The most notable airline in this list is Korean Air. SKYPASS Miles can be hard to accumulate since Ultimate Rewards is no longer a direct transfer partner. You can use Hyatt Points (as well as Marriott Bonvoy Points to help build your balance.
Hyatt oneworld Alliance Partners
Hyatt Points can be transferred to 7 oneworld airline programs. Those airlines are:
- American Airlines
- British Airways
- Cathay Pacific
- Japan Airlines
- LATAM (Multiplus)
- Qantas Air
- Qatar Air
Most of these transfers are at 2.5:1 ratio. The few exceptions are Qantas Air (25:12) and LATAM (5:4). American, Japan, and LATAM are not direct transfer partners of any major bank program, so transferring Hyatt Points to these programs is a good way of adding to your balance.
Hyatt Star Alliance Partners
Lastly, Hyatt's airline partners consists of 8 star alliance members. Those airlines are:
- Air China
- All Nippon Airways (ANA)
- Asiana Airlines
- Singapore Airlines
- Thai Air
- Turkish Air
- United Airlines
Air China, Asiana, and Lufthansa are the only programs in this list that are not direct transfer partners of any major bank rewards program. Using Hyatt Points to top off your miles in those programs can be beneficial.
Other Hyatt Partners
Other airlines on this list that are not part of the major alliances consists of:
- Hawaiian Airlines
- Jet Air
- Royal Brunei Airlines
- Southwest Airlines
- Virgin Atlantic Airways
Royal Brunei is not a direct transfer partner of any major bank program nor is it a partner of any major U.S.-based hotel program making Hyatt the best program for earning them.
How To Transfer Hyatt Points
- Head to the Hyatt Points To Miles page.
- Select the airline you want to transfer your miles to and enter the Membership number.
- Enter how many Hyatt Points you want to convert to miles.
- Review the details and click 'Convert'.
You can convert Hyatt Points to airline miles in 1,250-point increments starting at a minimum of 5,000 Hyatt Points. Don't forget that you will also earn a bonus 5,000 miles when you convert 50,000 or more points in a single transaction.
Transfer Partner Comparison
The tables below compares the transfer partners of Hyatt against Marriott and Chase.
Hyatt vs Marriott Transfer Partners
Hyatt and Marriott shares over 20 airline partners. Hyatt transfers to 3 airlines that Marriott does not, and those airlines are Lufthansa, Royal Brunei, and China Airlines. On the other hand, there are 16 partners that Marriott transfers to that Hyatt does not.
When it comes down to point transfers, basic World of Hyatt members earn 5 base points per $1 spent at Hyatt which is equal to 2 airline miles with most partners. Basic Marriott Bonvoy members earn 10 points per $1 spent at Marriott hotels which is equal to 3.3 airline miles. When it comes to maxing out earnings with elite status and using co-branded hotel credit cards, Marriott comes out ahead earning 7.83 airline miles per $1 spent (Titanium Status + Marriott Credit Card) while Hyatt loyalists will earn 4.2 airline miles per $1 spent (Hyatt Globalist + Hyatt Credit Card).
Hyatt vs Chase Transfer Partners
Chase Ultimate Rewards Points can be transferred directly to World of Hyatt at a 1:1 ratio. This means you can transfer points to Hyatt from Chase and then transfer your Hyatt points to airlines that aren't direct partners of Chase. There are over 20 airlines that Hyatt Points can be transferred to that Chase can not. So if you were short 1,000 miles in one of those 20 programs, you could transfer 2,500 Ultimate Rewards Points to Hyatt and then transfer those Hyatt Points to the airline for 1,000 miles.
When doing this, be aware of the value you're getting out of the transfer. Make sure that buying Hyatt Points or buying airline miles with that program doesn't make more sense.
Transferring Points To Hyatt
Chase Ultimate Rewards is the only program you can use to earn Hyatt Points via point transfers. If you frequently stay at Hyatt Hotels and you're looking to build your balance of Hyatt Points, you'll want to heavily consider picking up one or more of Chase's credit cards.
Transfer Points To Hyatt Calculator
The Hyatt Point Transfer Calculator below will calculate the transfer of points to your World of Hyatt account from partners. You can enter any amount of Hyatt Points in the calculator below to see how many points you will need to transfer from the partnering program to equal the amount you specified.
Earning With Partner Cards
Listed below are all of the credit cards you can use to earn Hyatt Points. These credit cards either earn Hyatt Points directly or earn rewards with a program that allows you to transfer to the World of Hyatt program. Transfer partner credit cards listed are based on the transfer ratio to Hyatt. This will give you a better idea of how many points you will be earning on non-Hyatt credit cards.
You can click on any of the credit cards to learn more as well as calculate how many Hyatt Points you can earn. You can also use the Best Credit Cards For Hyatt Points calculator to find out which cards will earn you the most Hyatt Points based on your spend across different categories.
Hyatt Points are best redeemed for free nights at Hyatt brand hotels, but if you're short on airline miles then topping off your frequent flyer account could be worth it. You can also earn lots of Hyatt Points quickly, by using Chase Ultimate Rewards and cash back cards via credit card spend and sign up bonuses.
If you're looking for more ways to redeem your Hyatt Points and you want to know the cash value of your Hyatt Points, check out our Hyatt Points Value Calculator which calculate the average cash value of your points based on how you redeem them. It covers a bunch of redemption options including Hyatt, MGM, Miraval, Small Luxury Hotels of the World, and much more.
If you don't have the ability to transfer Hyatt Points to your account, you can always consider buying Hyatt Points. This is a more expensive approach, but it can still be useful if you need to top off your account. The best time to buy Hyatt Points is when they're on sale.
Hyatt Points Transfer FAQ
Can you transfer Hyatt Points to airlines?
Yes. Hyatt Points can be transferred to more than 25 different airlines including American, Delta, and United.
How many airline miles do you get from transferring Hyatt Points?
Most of Hyatt's transfer partners are 2.5:1 meaning every 2,500 Hyatt Points you transfer will give you 1,000 airline miles.
What's the minimum amount of Hyatt Points you can transfer to airline miles?
You must transfer at least 5,000 Hyatt Points which would give you 2,000 airline miles with most partners.
How do you transfer Hyatt Points to partners?
You can transfer points on the Hyatt Points To Miles page. Select an airline, enter the airline's membership number, and select how many points you want to transfer.
Can you transfer points to your World of Hyatt account?
Yes. You can transfer points to Hyatt using the Chase Ultimate Rewards Program.
What's the best credit card for earning Hyatt Points?
The best program will be the Ultimate Rewards Program, but the best credit card will vary. You can use the Best Credit Cards For Hyatt tool to get a list of the best based on your spend.
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