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OFFICIAL "Where to sell airline miles/credit card points or rewards THREAD **No buying/selling**

ppysr 72 May 22, 2012 at 07:56 PM
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Last Edited by Jabbit December 6, 2015 at 07:07 PM
Just got an AMEX card a few months ago, and now have 75K points with the sign up promo. I was thinking about getting some gift cards with the points and sell the gift cards, but heard some people mentioning Rewards2Cash.com.

I never heard of the website before and their payout rate for points seems to be really good, have anyone used them before?

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#31
Thanks InfamousDX, definitely not worth the risk in that case. Repped
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#32
Just did second transaction with Rewards2cash and received check Friday. Cashed out some UR points (dont give a damn if they cancel my saphire card, I opened it to point farm to begin with lolol)

As always A+ service
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#33
Awww.. I was planning to do another transaction with rewards2cash... but don't want to risk having Chase close the accounts.
Last edited by Sagi December 9, 2012 at 01:17 AM
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#34
Sent in my request on Tuesday and got my check yesterday (Friday). Great Communication, fast delivery. Smilie
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Quote from InfamousDX View Post :
Be careful sending out your Chase UR points now that they have SPECIFIC verbiage stating that points are intended for you or your housemate/partner. Plenty of people in the FF community are getting their accounts shut down because of it.

If I send him the points what exactly happens? Will the points be taken away or what?
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#36
So I have about 100,000 ultimate rewards points.

If I simply asked for the points to be credited towards my credit card balance, it would be $1,000.

If I were to go through Rewards2Cash, I would get a check for $1,220.

Unless I'm missing something, I don't see how it makes any sense to jeopardize all those points for $220. Am I missing something?
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So I have about 100,000 ultimate rewards points.

If I simply asked for the points to be credited towards my credit card balance, it would be $1,000.

If I were to go through Rewards2Cash, I would get a check for $1,220.

Unless I'm missing something, I don't see how it makes any sense to jeopardize all those points for $220. Am I missing something?

Chase will close your Ultimate Rewards Account AFTER the transaction or that is what I think. Iam in the same boat as you but with 80,000. I dont care for the account since Iam going to Discover but I want to make sure I get cash or apply it towards by balance and not let the points disappear.
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Quote from amoghthegamer View Post :
Chase will close your Ultimate Rewards Account AFTER the transaction or that is what I think. Iam in the same boat as you but with 80,000. I dont care for the account since Iam going to Discover but I want to make sure I get cash or apply it towards by balance and not let the points disappear.
Who am I to tell you what to do with finances but why don't you keep both Chase and Discover? It depends on what chase card you have, of course, but I use both my Freedom and Discover card regularly. Freedom is my main card but Discover is used for 5+% back purchases. The rewards tend to complement each other nicely.
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Quote from amoghthegamer View Post :
Chase will close your Ultimate Rewards Account AFTER the transaction or that is what I think. Iam in the same boat as you but with 80,000. I dont care for the account since Iam going to Discover but I want to make sure I get cash or apply it towards by balance and not let the points disappear.

I sent him over 130k points, 100k points one transaction and 30k another, no closed accounts
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#40
Well, I decided to sell him 16k points on Dec 3 before reading the article and now I'm worried that I could get my account closed and I haven't received my check... Hopefully I'll receive it without problems and won't get in trouble with my account (especially because recently I seriously complained about missing points in two consecutive Kohls transactions...)
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#41
Looks like they stopped taking UR! Frown I waited too long!
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Well, I decided to sell him 16k points on Dec 3 before reading the article and now I'm worried that I could get my account closed and I haven't received my check... Hopefully I'll receive it without problems and won't get in trouble with my account (especially because recently I seriously complained about missing points in two consecutive Kohls transactions...)
Just wanted to leave a follow up. Rewards2cash was very responsive at all times and I received an immediate resolution to my missing check.

I'm happy to have done business with them! Now I only hope I won't have problems with UR... Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
Last edited by r4l3x December 12, 2012 at 02:35 PM
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#43
man I have to remember to sell some amex points and United miles before the cash cow dies. amex rewards suck and I don't use the card often at all. The united points (~43k) aren't valuable to me because there's little chance I'd actually use them for a flight vs just finding the cheapest carrier.
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Looks like they stopped taking UR! Frown I waited too long!
I will buy your UR points lol
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#45
I think they have a typo on their website. United MileagePlus (unit of 1000) for $373.75 looks like christmas gift
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