Earlier this month, Citi increased the sign-up bonus for the Citi Prestige card.
And now they’ve made it a lot easier to earn the 50,000 Citi ThankYou point sign-up bonus with the Citi ThankYou Premier card!
With the previous offer it took over 1 year to earn the full sign-up bonus. But now you can earn it by spending $3,000 on purchases within 3 months of opening your account!
Now You Don’t Have to Wait Over 1 Year to Earn the 50,000 Citi ThankYou Points With the Citi ThankYou Premier Card
Find out how you can use the sign-up bonus to get Big Travel such as $625 for airfare and hotels through the ThankYou Travel Center. Or for flights to Hawaii and Europe by transferring to airline partners.
And I’ll tell you about the other changes to the Citi ThankYou Premier card!
Via MileValue, the Citi Prestige card now has an increased sign-up bonus!
You can earn 50,000 ThankYou points when you spend $3,000 on purchases within the 1st 3 months of opening your account.
That’s 20,000 More Points Than the Previous Sign-Up Bonus!
I’ll explain how you can book an $800 flight with NO blackout dates. Or transfer the points for award flights to Hawaii, Europe, and more!
American Express will give you a 25% bonus when you transfer AMEX Membership Rewards points to Virgin Atlantic.
Transfer Your AMEX Membership Rewards Points to Virgin Atlantic and Get a 25% Bonus Through April 30, 2015
I’ll show you how to get the bonus points!
1. AMEX Business Platinum Ends 20% Pay With Points Rebate
According to this Flyertalk thread, folks with an American Express Business Platinum card should book their travel through Pay With Points before July 1, 2015.
That’s because the 20% American Express Membership Rewards points rebate ends on July 1, 2015.
The AMEX Business Platinum 20% Rebate Through Pay With Points Ends on July 1, 2015
2. Get $400 Off Qantas Flights
Virgin America is a West Coast based airline that flies to several cities in the United States and a few cities in Mexico. Their flights are concentrated along the West Coast, and from their hub cities (San Francisco and Los Angeles) to the East Coast.
A lot of people like flying Virgin America since they’ve marketed themselves as a very “hip” brand! But most of us here care more about Virgin America points and what you can do with them.
You Can Use Virgin America Points to Fly on Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Australia