Three Priority Club Partner Transactions Earns 6000 Bonus Points

Dracs pointed me to a new Priority Club multipartner bonus.

The offer is up to 6000 bonus points: 1000 for the first partner, 2000 for the second partner, and 3000 for the third partner activity.

Register and complete eligible activity by March 31. All activity has to post to your account by June 15, and points should post in the second half of June.

I just transferred 2 American Airlines points into 1 Priority Club point at for my first partner. I might transfer the minimum amount from American Express Membership Rewards or Diners Club and do one shopping transaction in order to hit my three partners.

The last partner bonus offer was up to 4 partners and 10,000 miles, so this one isn’t as lucrative. Priority Club had a real problem correctly distinguishing partners and posting earned points last time, see for instance here and here.

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  1. Are you sure about the transfer of American Air Miles counting? Terms and Conditions says “Points to points transfers with Membership Rewards® from American Express®,” makes no mention of AA miles as a transfer, and also says “Ineligible Activities: Priority Club Gift Points, Transfer Points, Holiday Inn Club Vacations, Chase Home Equity, My Coke Rewards, and airline partner activities are not eligible for this promotion,” which would seem to rule out a transfer of AA miles. However, if you have a credit card that is not linked to a Rewards Network program, you could also get a partner for a cheap dine (or drink.)

  2. @Cornroaster, specifically listed under eligible activities you will see:
    “ (point/mile swap for Priority Club points):”

  3. Thanks Gary, I just missed the listing when I first looked at the list of activities.

  4. Very good, thanks. I just gave up 2 AA points for the 1000 PC points, of course this is not a big earner, wuth 1000 PC = $6.

    But Rome wasn’t built in a day.
    Nothing so obvious for next partner activity though

  5. I am doing 1) a transaction, and 2) buying a cert for 3) a restaurant in the dining program.

  6. I don’t think a restaurant will award points AND accept a certificate or coupon.

  7. @D_Lane — why not? The coupons often (always?) just pay for part of the check, the rest goes on a credit card. Would iDine even know you paid part of the check with a certificate?

  8. Good point. I’ve had some luck in the past getting points and using a coupon. I think it depends on the server and just can’t be counted on. Technically the Reward Network T$C’s say you can’t have both, or they used to.

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