What reward programs are supported by RewardStock?
Looking for a full list of airline, hotel and credit card programs that RewardStock supports? You will find a current list of all the programs below.
- American Airlines: AAdvantage
- United Airlines: MileagePlus
- JetBlue: TrueBlue Points
- Alaska Airlines: Mileage Plan Miles
- Korean Air: SKYPASS Miles
- Air Canada: Aeroplan Miles
- Singapore Airlines:KrisFlyer Miles
- Virgin Atlantic: Flying Club Points
- Southwest Airlines: Rapid Rewards Points
- Delta Airlines: SkyMiles
- Hawaiian Airlines: HawaiianMiles
- British Airways: Avios Points
- Aer Lingus: Avios
- Hyatt: Hyatt Points
- Marriott: Marriott Bonvoy
- Intercontinental Hotel Group: IHG Rewards
- Hilton: Honors Points
Credit Card Reward Programs
- Chase: Ultimate Rewards
- Chase: Cash Back Rewards
- Citi: ThankYou Points
- American Express: Membership Rewards
- Merrill Lynch: Merrill Rewards
- Discover: Discover Rewards
- USAA: USAA Rewards
- US Bank: FlexPoints
- Bank of America: Preferred Rewards
- Wells Fargo: Go Far
- Navy Federal: Navy Federal Rewards
Our current inventory features the top 150 travel rewards credit cards.
We focus on cards that earn travel rewards or points that can be converted directly to travel rewards. There are thousands of cards out there and our goal is to weed through them all to provide you with the most bang for your buck. Ultimately, we want to help you save the most money possible on travel.
RewardStock’s team of experts routinely evaluate the top card offers available. This means that we may add, edit or remove certain cards that will benefit our members the most.
Have you checked out RewardStock’s point valuations? We displays up-to-date, in-depth, data-based valuations for rewards program points. Our technology analyzes over 1 million redemptions every day to calculate the average cents per reward (¢pr) you can expect to get with each loyalty program.
Learn more about how much value you would gain or lose if you transfer points to a different program, as well as how a program compares with its direct competitors. This is a travel hacker’s dream point calculator!