Converting Le Club Accorhotels Balance To Airline Miles Without Transfer Minimum

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Many of us have left with more than one Le Club Accorhotels account due to Platinum sign up promotions. I used to advise to contact the customer service and request them to merge the accounts. I later changed my advise after LoyaltyLobby reader contacted me and told that the customer service has refused to do this and rather had closed his account.

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If you have ended up with more than one account, you should just sweep the points that you have to one of the airline partners that Le Club Accorhotels has. This usually requires you to have minimum number of points account, but this requirement can be bypassed by signing up for automatic conversion promotion.

Here’s what you need to do:

1. Sign up for the conversion promotion using this link

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2. Sign in to your account and choose the airline partner of your choice where you would like the auto deposit to go and enable the auto transfer of points to miles

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To make sure that the auto conversion was set up correctly I went back and tried to sign up for it again. The auto sweep promotional code had been applied to the account.

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The points that you have should automatically convert to the miles that you prefer the next time they have a sweep. There is no minimums for mileage conversions using this offer.

I decided to convert these to my recently opened Iberia Plus account. I have quite a few Avios on my British Airways account that you can freely move to Iberia if needed at some later point in time. Some awards are better value when issued using Iberia vs. British Airways Avios.

Here’s list of current Le Club Accorhotels airline transfer partners:

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Conclusion

This is an easy and painless way to drain your old Le Club Accorhotel account(s) that you may have out of points. Just choose one of the airlines from the above list with whom you have relationship with and some miles already banked.

LoyaltyLobby reader alerted me about this transfer possibility that had been first covered by a FlyerTalk member on his post here.

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