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Members of hotel loyalty programs can usually convert their loyalty programs points to airlines, but there aren’t many conversion options the other way around.

Accor and select airlines allow you to convert miles to ALL points (with not so good ratio), and this has further been devalued from Azul and LATAM (Brazil).

You can access Accor’s page for airline partners here.

READ MORE: Accor ALL Rate & Bonus Points Offers

Here are the changes:

Azul:

  • Previously: 5 Azul Points for 1 ALL
  • Now: 10,000 Azul points for 1,000 ALL

LATAM Pass Brazil

  • Previously: 3 LATAM Pass points for 1 ALL
  • Now: 5,680 LATAM Pass points for 1,000 ALL

Conclusion

You need double the number of airline miles with both Azul and LATAM when converting to ALL compared to previous requirements.

I don’t think it makes much sense to convert from airlines to Accor, considering that 1 ALL points is worth 2 euro cents (2,000 points = 40 euros).

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