Saturday - Nov 17, 2018

Deal Alert! Citi ThankYou Preferred card with 30,000 points Signup Bonus


There is a larger signup bonus available for the Citi ThankYou Preferred Card. You can now get 30,000 ThankYou Points as the signup bonus when you spend $2,000 or more in 4 months.

Earlier, we wrote about the changes to the Citi ThankYou Premier Card. Thank You Premier card comes with Annual fee and more benefits. For those of you, not like paying the annual fee, ThankYou Preferred card may be a choice.

30,000 ThankYou points are worth $300 in Gift cards from various merchants and if you hold Citi ThankYou Premier card or Citi Prestige card, you can transfer ThankYou points to Citi’s Airline and hotel transfer partners

  1. Asia Miles
  2. Etihad Airways Guest
  3. EVA Air Infinity MileageLands
  4. Flying Blue Air France KLM
  5. Garuda Indonesia Frequent Flyer
  6. Malaysia Airlines Enrich
  7. Qatar Airways Privilege Club
  8. Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer
  9. Thai Airways Royal Orchid Plus
  10. Virgin Atlantic Flying Club
  11. Hilton HHonors

Increased Signup bonus for Citi ThankYou Premier Card

Increased Signup bonus for Citi ThankYou Premier Card

There is no Annual Fee and you earn 2 points per dollar spent on dining at restaurants and entertainment and 1 point per dollar on all other purchases.

Citi lets you transfer ThankYou points to another member free of cost. If one of the family member gets the Citi ThankYou Premier card, other family members can transfer their ThankYou points to the ThankYou Premier card holder, where the ThankYou points can be pooled and transferred to Citi’s transfer partners.

Conclusion:

Citi ThankYou Preferred has an increased signup bonus of 30,000 ThankYou points from the usual signup bonus, which is 20,000 ThankYou points.

It is not known when this offer ends, but if you are looking to get a ThankYou card, it may be the right time.

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