Citi ThankYou Premier Disappearing?

A rumor recently surfaced that the Citi ThankYou Premier card might be disappearing soon. It’s an unconfirmed rumor, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s true due to the recent removal of the Citi Prestige card. h/t No Mas Coach

Regardless of if the rumor is true or not, the Citi ThankYou Premier card currently has a historic high offer of 60,000 ThankYou points.

Citi ThankYou Premier: 60k TY Points (Historic High)

  • Annual fee: $95, waived the first year

  • Welcome bonus: 60,000 ThankYou points after $4,000 in spend within the first three months of account opening

  • Earn 3x on travel, including gas stations

  • 2x on dining/entertainment

  • 1x on everything else

Watch the video below for our review of the card:

The Citi ThankYou Premier has a 60,000 point historic high welcome offer. Depending on how you choose to redeem the points, the welcome offer can be worth $750-$1,200 in value.

Easy Mode (Booking Travel)

  • Ideal for: ease of use

  • Value: 1.25 cents per point (CPP) * 60k = $750

Expert Mode (Transfer Partners)

  • Ideal for: max value (F/J)

  • Points transfer at 1:x rate but yield 2-4 CPP value

  • Value 2 CPP * 60k = $1,200

If you use airline transfer partners, you’ll get substantially more value per point.

Airline Transfer Partners

  • Asia Miles

  • Avianca

  • Etihad

  • Eva Air

  • Flying Blue- Air France/KLM

  • Garuda

  • Jet Airways

  • JetBlue

  • Malaysia Airlines

  • Qantas

  • Qatar

  • Singapore Airlines

  • Thai Airways

  • Turkish Airlines

  • Virgin Atlantic

To get the most value from points, FlyBlue- Air France/KLM flash sales are occurring more frequently.

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