Waking up to a new transfer bonus always means it’s going to be a great day, especially one from Flying Blue, Air France and KLM’s mileage program.

American Express Membership Rewards are some of the most valuable points out there, allowing you to transfer to 20 different travel partners. Now you can get a fantastic bonus when transferring Membership Rewards points to FlyingBlue. Now through November 30, 2019, you’ll receive a 25% bonus when transferring MR points to Flying Blue. There appears to be no limit to the number of points you can transfer. Typically you can transfer 1,000 Amex points to 1,000 Flying Blue miles, but with this bonus, you’ll receive 1,250 miles for every 1,000 Amex points you transfer.

You can maximize this bonus even more by taking advantage of FlyingBlue’s monthly promos, which can net you even more savings. FlyingBlue is currently running a promotion on economy flights from several North American cities at a 25% discount. For instance, a one-way flight from Paris (CDG) to Boston (BOS) is just 23,000 miles plus taxes and fees. You’d need to transfer only 19,000 Amex points to get a bonus of 4,750 miles, bringing the total to 23,750 miles.

Note that  Flying Blue tacks on significant fees on its award tickets for Air France and KLM flights, so we suggest checking your preferred route through the Air France website and its miles estimator before you initiate a transfer. Lastly, if you’re still short on miles note that you can also transfer Capital One milesChase Ultimate RewardsCiti ThankYou Points and Marriott Bonvoy points to Flying Blue.

But that’s not all. There’s also a targeted bonus to JetBlue. From now through December 21, you’ll receive a 25% bonus when transferring MR points to JetBlue. Usually, you can convert MR into JetBlue points at 250:200 ratio. With this promotion, it changes that into 250:250 — effectively a 1:1 ratio.

While this isn’t the best use of your Membership Rewards points, the bonus to JetBlue is a lot better than the standard rate offered by American Express. Being a revenue-based redemption program, TrueBlue points have a pretty consistent value of 1.3 cents apiece, so there’s no way to get outsized from your points. However, the bonus could be worth taking advantage of if you’re just shy of an award flight.

If you don’t want to miss offers like this in the future, these cards are great picks for earning American Express Membership Rewards points:

  • The Platinum Card® from American Express: 60,000 Membership Rewards points after you spend spending $5,000 on purchases in the first three months of card membership. Plus, earn 5x points on flights booked directly with airlines or with American Express Travel and prepaid hotels booked on amextravel.com. Terms apply.
  • American Express® Gold Card: 35,000 Membership Rewards points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first three months of card membership. Plus earn 4x points on dining and at U.S. supermarkets (on up to $25,000 per year in purchases, then 1x) and 3x points on flights booked directly with airlines or on amextravel.com. Terms apply.
  • The Business Platinum® Card from American Express: (Limited-time offer) Earn up to 100,000 Membership Rewards points: Earn 50,000 points after spending $10,000 on purchases in the first three months and an extra 50,000 points after spending an additional $15,000 on qualifying purchases, also within the first three months from account opening. Plus, earn 5x points on flights and prepaid hotels booked through amextravel.com. Offer ends Dec. 4, 2019. Terms apply.

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Victoria M. Walker
covers points and miles at TPG. She previously taught multimedia journalism at Howard University and was the breaking news video editor at The Washington Post.