Buy Flying Blue miles with a bonus
Here is the price list:
|Threshold||Bonus||Cost per mile (USD)||Cost per mile (CAD)|
|4 000 – 10 000||50 %||2.23 cents||2.84 cents|
|12 000 – 22 000||70 %||1.97 cents||2.51 cents|
|24 000 – 100 000||100 %||1,525 cents||1.95 cents|
So, if you buy 100,000 Flying Blue miles, you can get a total of 200,000 Flying Blue miles.
It will cost you 3,350 USD or approximately 4,274 CAD.
Find out everything you need to know about the Flying Blue program in this article.
A credit card with no-FX fee
Other ways to get Flying Blue miles
American Express Membership Rewards has been a partner of Flying Blue in Canada since this year. You can now transfer Membership Rewards points into Flying Blue miles. For example, you could transfer 50,000 Membership Rewards points earned with your American Express Cobalt® Card into 37,500 Flying Blue miles.
You can also earn Flying Blue miles with the Marriott Bonvoy program: 60,000 Marriott Bonvoy points = 25,000 Flying Blue miles
Here are 2 Marriott Bonvoy credit cards:
Is it worth buying Flying Blue miles? As with any miles & points purchase, this will depend on the circumstances. You’ll need to decide based on the reward flights you plan to book soon.
The Flying Blue program does not have a fixed reward chart. On the other hand, you can get some good deals with the recurring event Promo Rewards.
If I had bought Flying Blue miles as part of this promotion, that same flight would have cost me about 500 euros (plus taxes).
When you use Flying Blue Miles, your first checked bag is included (which is not necessarily the case with paid fares).
This promotion could be interesting for some situations!