Bummer! You Won’t Be Able to Transfer Your Citi ThankYou Points to This Hotel Much Longer

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There’s some bad news for folks who like collecting Citi ThankYou points.

Via The Points Guy Hilton will no longer be a Citi ThankYou points transfer partner as of December 13, 2017.

This is a bummer for folks who loved to use Citi ThankYou points for Hilton stays.  But I’ll remind you of the other ways to use your points.

Citi ThankYou Points Is Losing A Transfer Partner
If You Want to Use Your Citi ThankYou Points for Hilton Hotels, Like The Roosevelt New Orleans, Then You’ll Have to Transfer Them Before December 13, 2017

Citi ThankYou Points Are Still Great

After December 13, 2017, you’ll no longer be able to transfer your Citi ThankYou points to Hilton.  So transfer them now if you have an upcoming Hilton stay planned!

That said, there are still plenty of ways to get great deals with your Citi ThankYou points.  For example, you can transfer them to Turkish Airlines and book cheap domestic flights on United Airlines.

Citi ThankYou Points Is Losing A Transfer Partner
You Can Transfer Your Citi ThankYou Points to Turkish Airlines and Book Domestic Awards With United Airlines!

Or, you can transfer your Citi ThankYou points to Singapore Airlines and get away to Hawaii!  There is even a secret way to use your Citi ThankYou points to pay for Southwest flights. 😉

How to Earn Citi ThankYou Points

You can earn Citi ThankYou points with the following credit cards:

Bottom Line

As of December 13, 2017, you will no longer be able to transfer your Citi ThankYou points to Hilton.

But there are plenty of great ways to use your ThankYou points!

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