Questions about IB Plus

Discussion in 'Iberia Plus' started by KathyH, Oct 16, 2018.

  1. KathyH

    KathyH New Member

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    I will be transferring some Accor points to my new IB Plus card on a 1:1 basis (only 6000) so as not to lose them. I think I am able to eventually transfer them to my BAEC - is this free of charge or does the fee of £30 apply.
     
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  2. Darren0291

    Darren0291 Member

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    Hey Kathy!,

    It's free of charge to transfer between your Iberia, avios.com and BAEC accounts.

    If you're in need of some extra points, feel free to use my referral links below for extra points with the Gold or BA Premium card :)

    BA Premium AMEX:
    You will get;
    - 26,000 avios instead of 24,000
    - a brand spanking new AMEX card
    - 1.5 avios per £1 spent, 3 avios per £1 is spent directly on BA
    - BA Companion ticket once spending has reached £10,000 in the year
    - an extra 3,000 avios if a supplementary card is taken out
    - my eternal gratitude

    http://amex.co.uk/refer/darreetxeo?XLINK=MYCP

    AMEX Gold Credit Card..
    You will get;
    - 22,000 amex points instead of 20,000 points which can be transferred to loads of different point schemes
    - a brand new shiny gold AMEX card
    - 2 Lounge passes for airport use (one for you and one for the Mrs/Mr)
    - Discounted restaurants in the UK via Amex Taste Invites, 20% off
    - 1 point earned per £1 spent, 1.5 points for every £1 spent abroad
    - an extra bonus 10,000 points if spent £15,000 within one year
    - an extra 3,000 amex points if a supplementary card is taken out
    - my eternal gratitude

    http://amex.co.uk/refer/darreenhde?XLINK=MYCP
     
  3. KathyH

    KathyH New Member

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    Thanks for the prompt reply Darren - already have the credit cards (sorry :) )
    This all came about due to QR changing their frequent flyer scheme without notice a while ago.
     
  4. JoeD

    JoeD Well-Known Member

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    Yep, transferring from IB+ to BAEC is free and relatively straightforward (subject to a couple of conditions) - just let us know on here if you have any issues with it.
     
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