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Wide range of foreign currencies.

We offer a wide range of foreign currencies in our Bureaux, with more available to order online. It is easy to compare travel money with M&S Bank. See footnote * *

As well as the euro and US dollar , our range includes currencies such as the UAE dirham, Bulgarian lev , Turkish lira , Thai baht and Mexican peso .

Travel money sale now on!

Click & Collect sale on euro and US dollar available until 11 April 2023.

£150 minimum order. Exchange rates will still fluctuate daily during the sale period, but you’ll receive the best rate applicable on the date your order is placed. Rates shown when placing your order are sale rates. Offer subject to availability, buy back not included. Cancellation fee and full T&Cs apply.

SameDay Click & Collect

  • Order between £150 and £2,500
  • Euro and US dollars available to order and collect in over 450 stores *
  • Order and collect euro , US dollars , Turkish lira , New Zealand dollar , Australian dollar , Thai baht , Canadian dollar , South African rand and UAE dirham, from our Bureau the same day

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  • A wide range of currencies available to collect from our in store Bureaux See footnote * *
  • Order and collect from the next day

Our best rates on euro and US dollar when you Click & Collect

To get an even better exchange rate on euro and US dollar , use our Click & Collect service. Pay now and lock in today's rate, then collect from a store at a time convenient for you.

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If you would like to donate your unused foreign currency to charity we have Change4Change collection boxes in our Bureaux, with all the money we collect going to Breast Cancer Now. Since 2007, we have raised over £630,000 for the charity via your Change4Change donations.

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Travel money buy-back service

When your holiday is over, we'll buy back your leftover holiday money at the buy-back rate on the day you return it to the Bureau de Change. That's all unused notes in any denomination we sell.

Find out more about M&S Travel Money Buy Back service

If you would like to donate your unused foreign currency to charity we have Change4Change collection boxes in our Bureau stores, with all the money we collect going to Breast Cancer Now. Since 2007, we have raised over £630,000 for the charity via your Change4Change donations.

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When your holiday is over, we'll buy back your leftover holiday money at the buy-back rate on the day you return it to the bureau de change. That's all unused notes in any denomination we sell. Proof of purchase may be required so please retain your receipt, just in case.

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Up to 55 days' interest-free credit when purchasing with an M&S Credit Card See footnote ** **

Representative example: based on an assumed credit limit of £1,200, our 24.9% rate per annum (variable) for purchases gives a representative rate of 24.9% APR (variable). Credit is subject to status.

No cash advance fee when M&S Travel Money is purchased using an M&S Credit Card.

What you'll need to bring

To collect foreign currency you've purchased online, you will need:

  • A valid UK photographic driving licence, passport or EU national identity card (Romanian & Greek National ID Cards are not accepted)
  • Your card you used to place your order - both ID and payment card must have the same name
  • Your order number (this can be found on your confirmation email)

To purchase foreign currency in one of our Bureaux, you will need:

  • A valid UK photographic driving licence, passport or EU national identity card - both ID and payment card must have the same name

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Use the M&S Bank Bureau Finder to find your nearest M&S Bureau de Change and opening hours.

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Frequently asked questions

Can i use a credit card to purchase travel money.

Yes, you can use a credit card to purchase travel money. However, please check with your card provider as they may apply fees or charges e.g. cash advance fees or other fees.

Our Bureaux accept the majority of UK issued major credit cards.

How much cash can I travel with?

You can learn more about taking cash in and out of Great Britain and declaring cash by visiting gov.uk .

Should I get foreign currency before I travel?

Buying your travel money before you travel can be an important part of pre-holiday preparation. You can use our Currency Converter to get the latest exchange rates across worldwide holiday destinations.

Where can I collect M&S Travel Money from?

You can collect M&S Travel Money from over 100 bureaux de change or from over 350 stores nationwide. You can find your nearest M&S Bureau de Change using our Bureau Finder .

Where can I get the best exchange rate?

Exchange rates change on a regular basis and vary depending on the currency you order. At M&S Bank, we offer our best rates for euro and US dollar via the Click & Collect service, where you can order your currency and collect from the next day in an M&S location local to you. If you order online before 4pm, you can collect the same day. For all other currencies, check our website for more information.

How much travel money can I order?

For orders placed via Click & Collect, there is a minimum £150 order and maximum of £2,500. For Bureau de Change walk-ups, there is no minimum order.

How do I confirm my Travel Money purchase using my M&S Credit Card?

There are three ways to verify your payments - you can use our M&S Banking App, a one-time passcode via text message or by using a card reader to verify your payment. Use our how-to videos or step-by-step guides to find out more.

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About Millington Travel

Millington Travel is a Leicester based award-winning travel agency.

As an independent agent, we have access to the widest range of flights, accommodation, packages, tours and cruises. We also offer excellent, commission free rates on foreign currency. Our friendly and helpful travel experts have over 150 years of combined experience in booking holidays, and will be delighted to help you with all your travel arrangements.

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At Millington Travel we believe that Luxury means more than just good hotels. It is a state of mind, an expectation that you will be afforded every possible comfort and convenience. It’s about being able to switch off from everyday life safe in the knowledge that your every need is catered for. Or on the flip side, being presented with exquisite views and scenery made for sharing on social meadia, wherever you go.

When considering a luxury holiday it’s imperative that you place your travel arrangements in the hands of someone you trust.  Millington Travel,  with 45 years of trading behind us and some of the most experienced and attentive consultants in the industry, will ensure we go the extra mile to make your holiday a holiday of a lifetime,  every  time.

A very small selection of our favourite luxury hotels is shown below. Hopefully, this will give you a flavour of what we offer, but we would also like to extend a warm invitation for you to contact us and rest assured that once we know your requirements, our experienced team of consultants will be able to guide you towards the perfect destination.

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Your flight is a crucial part of your holiday experience too and it’s important to get off to a good start and be able to relax from the moment you leave home.

We know that not all airlines are equal. At Millington Travel we are fortunate to have experienced many airlines’ Business and First Class cabins and we are well placed to offer you independent advice on the features and benefits of upgrading and flying in comfort.

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Our travel money rate sale is now on

Ends 9:30am on Thursday 20 June 2024. Online and phone orders only. Not available in store, on sterling, or on Travel Money Card home delivery orders and reloads. Currency fluctuations may cause exchange rates to vary during the sale period.

  • Europe - Euro (EUR)
  • USA - U.S. Dollar (USD)
  • United Arab Emirates - UAE Dirham (AED)
  • Australia - Australian Dollar (AUD)
  • Canada - Canadian Dollar (CAD)
  • New Zealand - New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
  • Switzerland - Swiss Franc (CHF)
  • Thailand - Thai Baht (THB)
  • Aland Islands - Euro (EUR)
  • American Samoa - U.S. Dollar (USD)
  • Andorra - Euro (EUR)
  • Anguilla - East Caribbean Dollar (XCD)
  • Antigua and Barbuda - East Caribbean Dollar (XCD)
  • Austria - Euro (EUR)
  • Bahrain - Bahraini Dinar (BHD)
  • Barbados - Barbadian Dollar (BBD)
  • Belgium - Euro (EUR)
  • Bulgaria - Bulgarian Lev (BGN)
  • Chile - Chilean Peso (CLP)
  • China - Chinese Renminbi (CNY)
  • Cook Islands - New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
  • Costa Rica - Costa Rican Colon (CRC)
  • Croatia - Euro (EUR)
  • Cyprus - Euro (EUR)
  • Czech Republic - Czech Koruna (CZK)
  • Denmark - Danish Krone (DKK)
  • Dominica - East Caribbean Dollar (XCD)
  • Dominican Republic - Dominican Peso (DOP)
  • Ecuador - U.S. Dollar (USD)
  • El Salvador - U.S. Dollar (USD)
  • Estonia - Euro (EUR)
  • Faroe Islands - Danish Krone (DKK)
  • Fiji - Fijian Dollar (FJD)
  • Finland - Euro (EUR)
  • France - Euro (EUR)
  • French Guiana - Euro (EUR)
  • French Southern Territories - Euro (EUR)
  • Greece - Euro (EUR)
  • Greenland - Danish Krone (DKK)
  • Grenada - East Caribbean Dollar (XCD)
  • Guadeloupe - Euro (EUR)
  • Guam - U.S. Dollar (USD)
  • Haiti - U.S. Dollar (USD)
  • Holy See (Vatican City State) - Euro (EUR)
  • Hong Kong - Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)
  • Hungary - Hungarian Forint (HUF)
  • Iceland - Icelandic Króna (ISK)
  • Indonesia - Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)
  • Ireland - Euro (EUR)
  • Israel - Israeli New Sheqel (ILS)
  • Italy - Euro (EUR)
  • Jamaica - Jamaican Dollar (JMD)
  • Japan - Japanese Yen (JPY)
  • Jordan - Jordanian Dinar (JOD)
  • Kenya - Kenyan Shilling (KES)
  • Kiribati - Australian Dollar (AUD)
  • Korea, Republic of - South Korean Won (KRW)
  • Kuwait - Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD)
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  • Malta - Euro (EUR)
  • Marshall Islands - U.S. Dollar (USD)
  • Martinique - Euro (EUR)
  • Mauritius - Mauritian Rupee (MUR)
  • Mayotte - Euro (EUR)
  • Mexico - Mexican Peso (MXN)
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  • Monaco - Euro (EUR)
  • Montenegro - Euro (EUR)
  • Montserrat - East Caribbean Dollar (XCD)
  • Nauru - Australian Dollar (AUD)
  • Netherlands - Euro (EUR)
  • Niue - New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
  • Norfolk Island - Australian Dollar (AUD)
  • Northern Mariana Islands - U.S. Dollar (USD)
  • Norway - Norwegian Krone (NOK)
  • Oman - Omani Rial (OMR)
  • Palau - U.S. Dollar (USD)
  • Panama - U.S. Dollar (USD)
  • Peru - Peruvian Nuevo Sol (PEN)
  • Philippines - Philippine Peso (PHP)
  • Pitcairn - New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
  • Poland - Polish Zloty (PLN)
  • Portugal - Euro (EUR)
  • Puerto Rico - U.S. Dollar (USD)
  • Qatar - Qatari Riyal (QAR)
  • Saint Barthélemy - Euro (EUR)
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis - East Caribbean Dollar (XCD)
  • Saint Lucia - East Caribbean Dollar (XCD)
  • Saint Martin (French part) - Euro (EUR)
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - East Caribbean Dollar (XCD)
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  • Saudi Arabia - Saudi Riyal (SAR)
  • Singapore - Singapore Dollar (SGD)
  • Slovakia - Euro (EUR)
  • Slovenia - Euro (EUR)
  • South Africa - South African Rand (ZAR)
  • Spain - Euro (EUR)
  • Sweden - Swedish Krona (SEK)
  • Taiwan - New Taiwan Dollar (TWD)
  • Timor-Leste - U.S. Dollar (USD)
  • Tokelau - New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
  • Türkiye - Turkish New Lira (TRY)
  • Turks and Caicos Islands - U.S. Dollar (USD)
  • Tuvalu - Australian Dollar (AUD)
  • Vietnam - Vietnamese Dong (VND)
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Exchange rates may vary depending on whether you buy instore, online or by phone.

^ Travel money cards are available on selected currencies only.

Buy travel money

Buy, exchange money and order foreign currency online, by phone, or at our bureaux.  

How to get travel money with Sainsbury’s Bank

Need holiday money? Order currency online, by phone or visit a Sainsbury’s store with a bureau today. Or get a Sainsbury’s Bank Travel Money Card for easy and secure spending overseas.  

There are various ways to buy travel money with Sainsbury’s Bank. Choose the method that’s easiest for you. 

1.    Buy currency online for home delivery.  2.    Order currency online and collect instore. 4-hour click and collect available. T&Cs apply.  3.    Buy currency via telephone. 4.    Visit one of our bureaux to buy currency in a Sainsbury’s store.  

Buy a prepaid travel money card

Our travel money card makes it safe and easy to manage and spend your holiday money.  1.     Order for collection – Collect your travel money card from your nearest Sainsbury’s Bank bureau. 2.     Order for delivery – We’ll send your travel money card straight to you. 3.     Download the app or log in online  – Check your balance, exchange between currencies, top up and manage your account.  

Where can you get foreign currency with Sainsbury’s?

Get travel money delivered to you.

Order online or by phone and we’ll mail your holiday money to you securely via special delivery. Order more than £400 of foreign currency and get free delivery.  

Collect travel money instore

Visit a store with an instore travel bureau to collect your travel money on your next weekly shop.

In a hurry? You can now order and collect Euros, US Dollars, and Travel Money Card pre-paid orders in as little as 4 hours with our click and collect travel money service^.

Click and collect currency the same day at a Sainsbury’s Bank travel money bureau when you:

  • Order Euros, US Dollars, or a Travel Money Card
  • Place your order on a Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays), and
  • Order at least 4hr before the bureau’s scheduled closure time

For orders made outside of this period, or for any other currency, you will be able to select your preferred collection date when placing your online order.   

Get your travel money card delivered to you

We’ll send your travel money card straight to you, with your PIN arriving separately for security.  

Visit one of our bureaux 

We have stores with instore travel bureaux across the UK where you can pick up holiday money on the day.  

Why use Sainsbury’s Bank for foreign currency

  • Wide range of currencies, including USD and EUR We offer over 50 different foreign currencies, so it’s easy to get the holiday money you need.
  • Nectar Prices Nectar members get better exchange rates both online, on the phone and at our bureaux. See our Nectar member benefits .*
  • Currency buy-back  Got holiday money left over when you get home? We’ll buy back most foreign currency, so you’re not out of pocket. 
  • Pick up your travel money in one of our stores Within travel bureaux  across the UK, it’s convenient to pick up holiday money as you shop with Sainsbury’s Bank.
  • Multiple ways to order and receive travel money Order online or by telephone, collect instore or receive holiday money by post – the choice is yours.
  • 24/7 telephone assistance and online portal   Our team are on hand to help with your travel money card any time of the day or night, no matter where you are in the world. 
  • Access to Western Union You can send an international money transfer instore with  Western Union Money Transfer® services .

Choose your foreign currency

From Euro and US Dollar to Swedish Krona and Japanese Yen, we have more than 50 foreign currencies from all over the world. 

Take a look at our most popular currencies.

Euros

Add to your travel money card to withdraw and spend on holiday.

US Dollar - USD

US Dollar (USD)

Order by telephone and receive your travel money in the post.

United Arab Emirates Dirham - AED

Dirham (AED)

Order online for bureau collection or buy directly instore.

Turkish Lira - TRK

Turkish Lira (TRK)

Buy travel money at one of our bureaux de change.

Thai Baht - THB

Thai Baht (THB)

Order currency online and get free delivery over £400.

Canadian Dollar - CAD

Canadian Dollar (CAD)

Get a travel money card instore to use on holiday in Canada.

Frequently asked questions

Are there any administration fees.

No, we don't charge any administration fees when you order currency from us.

Will I be charged for using my credit/debit card?

No, we don’t charge any extra when you buy foreign currency by card.

Some card providers may charge a cash advance fee and interest for buying currencies. Cash advance fees will not show on your travel money order, but you’ll be able to see them on your card statement. If you’re not sure, you should check with your card issuer.

There is no cash advance fee when you use a Sainsbury’s Bank Credit Card. No interest will be charged, as long as the full outstanding balance on the credit card is cleared during the current billing cycle. If a balance remains on the account at the end of the billing cycle, interest will be charged and may apply to the currency purchased.

Do I get any benefits for being a Nectar member?

Yes, you do. If you tell us your Nectar card number when you place your order, we’ll give you a better exchange rate*. Not a Nectar member? Sign up today .

When will I receive my home delivery order?

You can select a specific working day delivery date up to seven days in advance. Please note Saturday deliveries are not guaranteed. Also, if you’ve chosen a Monday delivery, Royal Mail may try to deliver on Saturday.

The earliest day you’ll be able to select for delivery is:

What are the home delivery fees?

How much money can i order online.

Orders for collection at any Sainsbury's Bank Travel Money Bureau or for home delivery are subject to a maximum value of £4,500 per person per day.

All home delivery orders are subject to a minimum value of £100** and a maximum of £2,500. There is no minimum order value for orders for collection at a Sainsbury's Bank Travel Money Bureau.

How long will my travel money card take to arrive?

We’ll send out your travel money card as soon as you order it, so it should be with you in three to five working days. You can also get a travel money card immediately at our bureaux if you need yours at short notice. 

Can I exchange unused travel money?

Yes, we can buy back your foreign currency. Just bring your unused currency back to a Sainsbury’s Bank travel money bureau and we’ll exchange it back to sterling. Please note that we can buy back notes but not coins. 

Can I pay using Apple Pay?

Yes, as long as the card issuer you are using is Maestro, Mastercard or VISA.

Terms and conditions

*Nectar members receive better exchange rates on single purchase transactions of all available foreign currencies. Excludes travel money card home delivery orders and online reloads. Exchange rates may vary depending on whether you buy instore, online or by phone.© You need to tell us your Nectar card number at the time of your transaction. No cash alternative is available. We reserve the right to change or cancel this offer without notice.

**You can order currency for a secure home delivery by 1pm on the day of your choice by Royal Mail (Mon- Sat). For next day delivery your order needs to be confirmed before 2pm (Mon- Fri). Please note that whilst Royal Mail make every effort to delivery on schedule, we cannot guarantee this as it is beyond our control. Highlands and Islands (including Channel Islands) are not guaranteed next day delivery. Delivery is free on all cash orders £400 or more (£4.99 for orders between £100 and £399.99). The minimum order for home delivery is £100. The delivery day quoted is dependent on the order day being a working day; if one of those days is a public holiday then additional day(s) will be added accordingly. All home delivery orders are sent via Royal Mail Special Delivery, unless we advise you otherwise, to your billing address, and a signature will be required upon delivery. A valid telephone number is required for home delivery. ^ For Euro, US Dollar and Travel Money Card only:

If you selected same-day collection your order will be available 4 hours from the initial order confirmation email received or if your order was placed before 6 am then the earliest your order will be available to collect is from 10 am. Please allow at least 4 hours for your order to be processed. Remember to check the bureau opening hours before collecting your order.

If you selected tomorrow or a future date your order will be ready from 10 am on your chosen collection date. For all other currencies

Your order will be available from 2.00 pm on your chosen collection date.

Your order should be collected within 72 hours or will be subject to cancellation. Sainsbury's Bank Travel Money Card is issued by PrePay Technologies Limited pursuant to license by Mastercard International. PrePay Technologies Limited is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 (FRN: 900010) for the issuing of electronic money and payment instruments. Mastercard is a registered trademark, and the circles design is a trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated.  

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Should you book travel with cash or points? A guide for 2024

Ariana Arghandewal

May 3, 2024 • 14 min read

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This series of articles about credit cards, points and miles, and budgeting for travel is brought to you in partnership with The Points Guy.

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We all have that one travel friend (or influencer on our Instagram feed) who constantly boasts about the virtues of points and miles. While it’s true that points can help you book incredible luxury travel experiences that are unattainable for most people, they also come with caveats. Airlines and hotels are making it increasingly difficult to redeem points during busy travel periods while dropping rates in the off-peak season. This can lead to scenarios where points aren’t your best bet for booking travel, and you book your trip with cash. 

Whether you should book travel with cash vs. points depends on your travel needs and budget. Using points lets you save money on travel and book high-priced luxury seats and hotels for less. But miles expire and carry a lot of restrictions, making cash a better option for some travel bookings. Cash is much more flexible since it can be used for anything without any restrictions. When deciding which option is best for you, here’s a rundown of how to choose whether to book travel with cash or points. 

How to make a travel budget using points and miles

Use The Points Guy's point valuation guide to maximize rewards

Determine how much your points are worth

If you’re new to points and miles, figuring out the different points systems and their worth can be overwhelming. However, knowing how much your points are worth is a crucial first step in determining whether to book with points or cash. The value of your points depends on the loyalty program and how you redeem them. That’s a tricky question for newbies to answer, which is why The Points Guy’s  point valuation guide is a great starting point. The Points Guy updates its valuations monthly based on extensive data and expert analysis. 

Transferrable currencies like American Express Membership Rewards*, Capital One miles, Citi ThankYou points and Chase Ultimate Rewards are the most valuable points. Meanwhile, budget hotel programs like Best Western Rewards and Choice Privileges® offer the least value. Transferrable rewards provide more flexibility and redemption options, allowing you to convert points to cash or transfer them to dozens of popular loyalty programs. The more redemption opportunities a currency opens up (especially on the premium travel front), the more valuable those points usually are.

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Compare the cash rate against the point rate

Once you’ve determined your points' worth, you should compare the travel cash rate against the point rate before deciding which to use. An easy way to determine the redemption rate is to divide a flight or hotel’s paid rate by the required points. Then multiply that number by 100. You should consider paying cash if the resulting number is less than The Points Guy's valuation. 

Suppose you’re considering a 25,000-point Hyatt hotel that costs $300 per night. Dividing $300 by 25,000 and multiplying that number by 100 gives you a 1.2 cents per point value. TPG values Hyatt points at 1.7 cents a piece, so you may be better off paying cash in this scenario. These valuations are meant to be guides and not absolute. If you’d rather save money than maximize every point, then proceed with point bookings as you see fit.

If you have transferable points (i.e., Chase Ultimate Rewards, Capital One miles), don’t forget to compare the rate when redeeming points through their travel portals. For example, Chase Sapphire Reserve®  cardholders can redeem their Ultimate Rewards points through the Chase Travel℠ portal at 1.5 cents each. So if you’re looking at a United Airlines award that gets you less than 1.5 cents per mile, you should consider redeeming your Ultimate Rewards points through the Chase portal instead of transferring your points to United. 

The same goes for hotel redemptions: Sometimes, it makes more sense to redeem points through travel portals than to transfer them to a loyalty program. For example, World of Hyatt is a Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer partner. Free nights at Hyatt hotels range from 3,500-137,000 points, depending on the hotel category. If a Category 1 hotel costs $52.50 or less, you’ll want to book through the Ultimate Rewards portal rather than transfer your points to Hyatt. And if a top-tier Hyatt award costs more than $2,055, you’re better off redeeming Hyatt points since the redemption value exceeds 1.5 cents per point.

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Booking travel with points can save you money because it allows you to use points earned from rewards programs or credit cards instead of spending cash. This is a great way to get discounts on flights, hotels and other travel expenses. Additionally, some loyalty programs offer bonus points for booking with them, which can further increase savings.

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Both hotels and airline loyalty programs periodically offer award sales that can knock up to 50% off the regular point rate. This creates a great opportunity to book travel with fewer points than usual. If you come across a good award sale, redeeming your points rather than paying with cash can be worth it. 

Award sales aren’t always advertised, so you must know where to look. Here’s a list of award sale pages that are updated regularly:

  • Air France/KLM Flying Blue Promo rewards : Offers up to 50% off award redemption rates, including long-haul international flights.
  • Delta SkyMiles Deals : Discounted award bookings starting from 10,000 SkyMiles round-trip. 
  • Marriott Point Savers : Provides up to 20% off standard award rates at select hotels.

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Wait for point transfer bonuses

Some credit card companies offer bonus points when you transfer them to airlines or hotel loyalty programs. Point transfer bonuses can make even high-priced award tickets more attainable. American Express Membership Rewards* offered a 30% transfer bonus to Virgin Atlantic Flying Club earlier this year. 

Many travelers used this deal to book All Nippon Airways (ANA) tickets to Japan for less. These awards are already a bargain, starting at 60,000 points round-trip in economy class. But the transfer bonus dropped the price further to 46,200 American Express points. If you were unsure about booking a cash ticket over redeeming points, the transfer bonus could make the latter more appealing.

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Premium travel stretches the value of your points

If you’re booking premium travel, including business and first-class flights, redeeming points and miles almost always makes sense. These fares are expensive and points can save you a lot of cash. Luxury hotels are also costly, so redeeming points can be preferable over paying $500 to $1,500 per night. While redeeming points for premium travel is almost always better than cash, you should still compare cash rates and make sure you’re getting solid value for your points. 

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To save money (even if cash prices are low)

While most travel experts advise you to save your miles for the highest redemption value, I’m here to tell you the opposite: Do what works for you, even if that means redeeming points when cash prices are low. If your goal is to save money, then go ahead and use your points. Not everyone wants to fly first class or stay at ultra-luxury resorts. Some people prefer to use points to eliminate travel expenses and if that’s the case, go for it. 

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When your points are about to expire

Letting your points and miles expire is hands down the worst thing you can do with them. While plenty of loyalty programs have adopted a no-expiration policy, many expire after 6-36 months of inactivity. If you fail to earn or redeem miles within this time period, you’ll forfeit your hard-earned points. If your miles and points are close to expiring, redeeming them can make sense – even if it’s at a less-than-optimal rate. 

To help you avoid this fate, here’s a list of the most common airline and hotel mileage expiration policies. Hopefully, knowing these policies will help you avoid this scenario altogether:

  • Frontier Miles – 180 days of inactivity
  • Accord Live Limitless – 12 months
  • Hilton Honors – 12 months
  • IHG Rewards Club – 12 months
  • Air Canada Aeroplan – 18 months
  • Choice Privileges – 18 months
  • Hawaiian Airlines – 18 months
  • Wyndham Rewards – 18 months
  • Air France/KLM Flying Blue – 24 months
  • Alaska Mileage Plan – 24 months 
  • American AAdvantage –  24 month 
  • Marriott Bonvoy – 24 months
  • World of Hyatt – 24 months
  • ANA Mileage Plan – 36 months
  • British Airways Executive Club – 36 months
  • Iberia Avios – 36 months

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When to book travel with cash

Points and miles aren’t always the best way to save money on travel. Sometimes, booking a trip with cash is cheaper (and more convenient). Paying cash is much more straightforward and beats researching multiple loyalty programs for the best deals. You can book any flight or hotel without worrying about blackout dates or award inventory restrictions. Low-season travelers might find cheap airfare and hotel packages worth booking over traditional awards. There are many scenarios where booking travel with cash makes sense over points. Here are a few:

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When flights and hotels are too cheap

Booking travel with cash is a great option when flights and hotels are too cheap to warrant award redemption. This comes down to calculating your redemption rate and comparing it against either your personal valuations or The Points Guy's. For example, if you value United miles at 1.1 cents each then redeeming 20,000 miles for a $250 flight is a good redemption because you’re getting 1.25 cents in value. 

It may not seem like there are many “cheap” travel deals lately, but you’ll find low fares and hotel rates during the off-season. When you do, you might find those rates to be low enough to warrant saving your points for another redemption.

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When award rates are too high

Booking travel with cash makes sense when award rates are too high due to dynamic pricing models. With dynamic pricing models, airline loyalty programs adjust their award rates based on demand and other factors to maximize revenue. Airlines like Delta and United utilize dynamic pricing and when cash fares increase, so do miles. In the case of Delta, it can translate to some truly outrageous redemption rates (i.e., 82,500 Skymiles for a one-way economy class ticket that costs $1039 cash). 

While the above redemption gets you a 1.2 cent value per mile (not terrible for Delta), transferring Membership Rewards to Delta for an award booking would be a terrible redemption. When award rates are high, and you’re getting poor value for your miles, you’re better off booking your flight with cash. You can save your points for better redemption and try to find an even lower cash fare with a low-cost carrier operating the same route. 

The same principle applies to hotel loyalty programs. Sometimes, hotels sell out of standard awards and sell premium rooms at a much higher point rate. You might be better off booking cash and redeeming flexible points like Capital One miles toward the booking. Better yet, you can find a hotel outside that chain with lower cash rates.

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When you can’t find award availability

If you can’t find any award availability on your desired travel dates, you might be better off booking with cash instead of points. Airlines often release limited award seats on specific routes, which get snapped up quickly. Many impose blackout dates during busy travel periods, leaving saver award seats unavailable. Sometimes, award space is available but on an inconvenient multi-stop itinerary.

While hotel award inventory is generally more plentiful, you might have trouble booking with points during busy periods. Or perhaps you want to splurge on a specific room type that isn’t bookable with points. In these scenarios, paying cash can make more sense.

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To meet elite status goals

Booking travel with cash also makes sense when you're close to meeting your elite status goals. Most airlines don’t count award flights towards elite status requirements. So if you’re short a few hotel nights or flight segments, booking cash travel can make sense rather than using points. The benefits of having elite status can outweigh the money you spend crossing the finish line. 

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Are miles worth more than cash?

Miles are a great way to save money on travel, but whether they’re worth more than cash depends on how you use them. While many loyalty programs allow you to cash out points and miles, the rate is much lower than if you were to redeem for travel. Business and first-class flights are typically the best way to redeem miles, providing value that exceeds the cash rate.

For example, the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card offers 60,000 bonus points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That's $750 when you redeem through Chase Travel℠. But if you were to transfer them to Aerlingus Aer Club, you could book up to two round-trip economy class tickets to Ireland . The points could be worth much more than $600 in cash. Even transferring these points to Hyatt can get you more than $600 in value if you redeem them for hotels.

Whether miles are worth more than cash depends on an individual’s preferences and travel needs. Those who fly frequently may find that collecting and redeeming miles is a great way to save money while enjoying all of the perks associated with air travel, such as priority boarding or free checked bags. On the other hand, those who don’t fly often may find that having liquid funds available is more useful since it gives them flexibility when making purchases instead of being restricted by specific airline rules or restrictions associated with using their miles for certain items only.

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Can I use points and cash to book travel?

Some airline and hotel loyalty programs allow you to redeem partial points and cash for award bookings. These awards are useful when you don’t have enough points for a full point redemption but still want to save money on travel. Points and cash awards can be an excellent compromise. The following airlines and hotel loyalty programs allow you to combine points and cash for award bookings. 

  • Air Canada Aeroplan
  • Air France-KLM Flying Blue
  • British Airways Executive Club
  • Delta SkyMiles
  • Iberia Plus
  • JetBlue TrueBlue
  • Marriott Bonvoy
  • World of Hyatt

The exact point-to-cash ratio will depend on the program and award type. It’s important to compare cash prices against point rates to determine whether points-and-cash awards are a good value. You might assume that airlines and hotels will divvy the portions evenly, but that’s not always the case. 

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Bottom line

Both points and cash are excellent ways of saving money on travel. Points are generally most useful during peak travel season or for premium travel experiences. Meanwhile, cash provides more flexibility for budget travelers and those who prefer simplicity over maximizing rewards. Incorporating both into your travel budget gives you an optimal way of going further for less.

*Terms apply to American Express benefits and offers. Enrollment may be required for select American Express benefits and offers. Visit  americanexpress.com  to learn more.

Editorial disclaimer: Opinions expressed here are the author’s alone, not those of any bank, credit card issuer, airline or hotel chain, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of these entities.

This article was first published Aug 21, 2023 and updated May 3, 2024.

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Most airlines have loyalty programs, many of which are free to join. These programs can help you score free or discounted flights and other money-saving perks.

While the best airline loyalty program for you will depend on the airlines that service your closest airport, if you live near a major airport and have your choice of airlines, it could be worth sticking to one that provides the best perks for your loyalty.

GOBankingRates spoke to travel experts to get their picks for the best airline loyalty programs to join if you want to save on flights and more.

American Airlines AAdvantage

Aaron Sutherland, travel expert and founder of Jetsetter Lifestyle , believes that American Airlines’ AAdvantage loyalty program is one of the best airline loyalty programs available.

“Unlike some competitors, American Airlines hasn’t fully embraced dynamic pricing, meaning there are still incredible sweet spots for redeeming miles at a fraction of the cash price,” he said. “This is particularly true for business class travel to far-flung destinations, where savings can easily reach thousands of dollars.”

Hans Mast, travel advisor at Golden Rule Travel , is also a fan of the program.

“American AAdvantage is currently by far the most lucrative frequent flyer program,” he said. “I regularly fly my whole family from Wichita, Kansas, to Philadelphia to visit my in-laws for 9,000 miles per person one-way on American. Southwest and United will typically be more like 15,000 and Delta will be 20,000.”

Delta SkyMiles

Dana Yao , a frequent traveler and travel blogger, counts Delta SkyMiles among her favorite loyalty programs.

“Delta’s SkyMiles program stands out for its flexibility and extensive network of airline partners,” she said. “One of the key benefits is the ability to redeem miles for flights not only on Delta but also on its partner airlines, offering travelers a wide range of destination options. Additionally, Delta frequently offers promotions and bonus miles opportunities, allowing members to maximize their earnings and savings.”

Tim White, founder of the travel hacks site Milepro , has personally saved big through the SkyMiles program.

“Over the years, this program has saved me money by providing free flights and upgrades, allowing me to travel more frequently without significantly impacting my budget,” he said. “Additionally, the program offers perks like priority boarding and free checked bags, enhancing my overall travel experience while saving me additional costs.”

United MileagePlus

Yao also utilizes United MileagePlus for savings on flights.

“United’s MileagePlus program is praised for its extensive route network and diverse redemption options,” she said. “Members can earn miles not only through flights, but also through co-branded credit cards and partner purchases. United frequently offers discounted award flights and has a robust alliance network, making it easier for travelers to earn and redeem miles globally.”

Southwest Rapid Rewards

Pierce Hogan, owner of Varied Lands , a travel guide and resource site, prefers the Southwest Rapid Rewards program.

“What makes this program special is its simplicity and the lack of blackout dates, meaning I can redeem my points for any available flight,” he said. “This flexibility has allowed me to book last-minute trips without worrying about inflated costs, which is perfect for my often spontaneous travel plans. I’ve used my points to get free flights for both personal and business travel, significantly reducing my overall travel expenses.

“Additionally, the Companion Pass benefit, which allows a designated person to fly with me for free, has been a huge money saver and a fantastic perk,” Hogan added. “The program also offers generous earning rates on flights and through their partner credit card, helping me accumulate points quickly.”

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