If you have more than 1 Citi ThankYou account, you might want to combine them.
Because the redemption value you get for airfare, hotels, cruises, and car rentals booked through the Citi ThankYou portal will depend on which credit card your Citi ThankYou points are linked to.
For example, you’ll get 1.25 cents per point for points linked to your Citi ThankYou Premier card used to book hotels, cruises and car rentals. And you’ll get 1.33 cents per point on airfare when the points are linked to your Citi Prestige card.
Or combining accounts might give you the opportunity to transfer points from an old Citi card like the ThankYou Preferred to airline and hotel partners.
It’s also easier to manage your Citi ThankYou points when they’re in 1 account.
Combining Your ThankYou Accounts Can Save You Money On Your Next American Airlines Flight!
You can combine your accounts by calling Citi or by logging-in online.
I’ll show you how!
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Emily and I love to share secret ways to help ya’ll get Big Travel with Small Money. And there are plenty of secrets I have to tell you about travel with JetBlue!
Folks love JetBlue because there are never blackout dates for award seats. And they have extra legroom in coach, free in-flight Wi-Fi, and awesome snacks.
But, there’s so much more to know about JetBlue!
From Choosing the Best Seats to Pooling Your JetBlue Points, I’ll Share 10 Secrets to Enhance Your JetBlue Travel Experience!
I’ll share 10 secrets to help you make the most of your JetBlue experience!
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Million Mile Secrets reader, Lindsay, tweeted:
What credit card can I apply for that will allow me to transfer points to American Airlines? I already have the Citi® Platinum Select® AAdvantage® World MasterCard®.
Thanks for the tweet, Lindsay!
American Airlines has only one transferable points partner – Starwood Preferred Guest! You can transfer Starwood points at a 1:1 ratio, and get a bonus 5,000 miles for every increment of 20,000 points you transfer.
But there are lots of other airlines with different transfer partners! And remembering them all is not easy. If only there were a handy chart you could refer to when you needed this information!
You’ll Never Run Out of Places to Travel! Maximize Your Points by Knowing the Transfer Partners of Each Airline
Let’s take a look at the most popular airlines and their transfer partners in a clear and understandable way. And help you decide which points will be the most valuable to collect!
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The results are in for the J.D. Power 2016 North America Hotel Guest Satisfaction Study. Overall, guest satisfaction improved for a 4th consecutive year. And satisfaction is higher for guests that are part of hotel rewards programs.
Luxury brand hotels, like Ritz-Carlton, had the biggest jump in customer satisfaction. And Ritz-Carlton also had the highest satisfaction score of any hotel brand in the last 20 years!
Ritz-Carlton Hotels Ranked as the Top Luxury Brand for a 2nd Consecutive Year. I’ll Show You How to Earn Free Stays at Ritz-Carlton and the Rest of the Top-Rated Hotel Brands
I’ll explain how you can get free stays at the top-rated hotel brands!
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Million Mile Secrets reader Fran B emailed:
Is the Citi Prestige card worth keeping after the first year? The 50,000 ThankYou point sign-up bonus was great, but the $450 annual fee is a lot! If I keep the card, will I get the $250 statement credit for airline fees (like airfare and baggage fees) every year I’m a cardholder?
Great question, Fran B!
In short, yes, it could be worth keeping your Citi Prestige card after the first year if you’re able to use its most valuable perks.
Because the annual $250 statement credit for airline fees (that you’ll get each year you’re a cardholder), Priority Pass access, American Airlines Admirals Club lounge access through July 23, 2017, and the 4th night free perk, can more than offset the $450 annual fee!
We don’t earn a commission on this card, but we’ll always tell you the best deals!
The Sign-Up Bonus From the Citi Prestige Card Is Worth Up to $800 in American Airlines Flights with NO Blackout Dates. So It’s Easy to Redeem Your Points for Big Travel to Places Like Mexico and Beyond!
I’ll explain who should consider keeping this card, even after sign-up bonus the first year.
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