Citi’s ThankYou program is perhaps the most underrated of the major points currencies, in my opinion. I carry two cards in my wallet for daily spend: a Citi Prestige® Card, for spending in bonus categories, and a Starwood Preferred Guest...Show More Summary
One of the great benefits of many premium travel rewards cards is trip delay coverage. If your flight is delayed -- the length of delay required varies -- you can send the bill to your credit card company's insurance provider for things like transportation to and from a hotel, your room night, and meals. Continue reading Devaluation of Citi Prestige Trip Delay Benefit...
One of the more lucrative benefits of the Citi Prestige card is the “fourth night free” benefit. At almost any hotel, the benefit provides a credit of one night’s room rate for every three paid nights. Because we rarely stay in one...Show More Summary
Don’t hate the player, or the game. The Citi Prestige card is one of the best U.S. credit cards, offering lucrative perks for all elements of travel. Perhaps the best offering of the card, is the fourth night free benefit. Cardmembers can receive the fourth night free on any hotel stay. Show More Summary
SPG has a hell of a deal right now for a third night free, and if you play you cards right, you could even stack this to get a fourth night free with your Citi Prestige Credit Card. This means hundreds of dollars in savings until the end of the year. The Deal If you’ve […] The post How to get a free Third night with SPG and Mastercard appeared first on No Mas Coach!.
Citibank keeps adding airlines as transfer partners for the ThankYou Points program so that your Citi ThankYou Premier Card and Prestige Card's points are getting more useful. They don't have any of the major US airlines as partners,...Show More Summary
Hurrah! By not doing much except replacing my cash with credit cards, I'm now sitting on enough points to earn award redemption tickets. Here is a great reason why you should also switch from cash to cards if you haven't already. The post I’m transferring all my Citi Prestige points to British Airways Avios today! appeared first on Live from a Lounge.
With recent changes to Citi Prestige it has seemed like Citibank has given up. And in the face of Chase’s success with the Sapphire Reserve product and increased investment in the Platinum Card by American Express, it turns out they have -- at least according to the bank’s CFO. Continue reading Citi Explains Why They’re Walking Away From Rich Rewards...
Greg has recently written several posts on travel insurance offered by various premium credit cards (See: Travel Insurance Showdown: Reserve vs Prestige vs Platinum). Many cards offer what sounds like generous protection benefits onShow More Summary
Citibank is surveying some Prestige cardholders about new benefits and earning structure. The card lost many of its best benefits, and they added some new features that are hardly replacements at a time when other bank's premium cards have gotten better. Show More Summary
Bank of America’s new card was originally expected to be an ultra-premium card. Rumors were that it would compete in the $450 / $550 space with the Chase Sapphire Reserve, Amex Platinum, Citi Prestige, US Bank Altitude Reserve, etc. ...Show More Summary
Happy Unboxing Saturday, everyone! I received a black book-sized package in the mail and left it sitting around for a few days. It was non-descript, so I had no idea what it was... until today. It was my new metal Citi Prestige Credit Card! I had totally forgotten that Citi was replacing the plastic ones.
Many of us have Priority Pass Select memberships thanks to having ultra-premium credit cards: Amex Platinum, Sapphire Reserve, Ritz Carlton, Citi Prestige, US Bank Altitude Reserve, CNB Crystal Visa Infinite, etc. And that’s great when...Show More Summary
Citibank is currently offering a huge 75K signup bonus after $7.5K spend for their Citi Prestige card, but The Points Guy reports that the 75K bonus will be ending soon (they don’t know an end date, just “soon”). But… will it reallyShow More Summary
The Citi Prestige unveiled new benefits on 7/23/17. One of those was a metal card I debated back and forth as to whether or not I’d keep my Citi Prestige after the new card benefits were announced, but ultimately decided to keep it.Show More Summary
Since the Citi Prestige Credit Card just went through some benefit changes, everyone who has the credit card is in assessment mode as to whether or not they’ll keep the credit card. And those who don’t have the credit card are considering whether it’s still worth getting. Show More Summary
There’s an increased sign-up bonus of 75,000 bonus miles after completing minimum spend on the Citi® / AAdvantage® Executive World Elite™ Mastercard®. The timing of this is great, since the Citi Prestige Card no longer comes with Admirals Club access. Now the Citi AAdvantage Executive Card is the best way to gain Admirals Club access. Show More Summary
At the moment there's an increased sign-up bonus of 75,000 bonus miles after completing minimum spend on the Citi® / AAdvantage® Executive World Elite™ Mastercard®. The timing of this is especially useful, since the Citi Prestige Card...Show More Summary
With the recent 75,000 point sign up bonus for the Citi Prestige Credit Card, I started thing about my Citi Thank You Points. I’ve accumulated a rather large number of Citi Thank You Points, and have recently decided to start spending them on flights. Show More Summary
As of this week, the Citi Prestige Card no longer comes with access to American Admirals Clubs. That means that for many of us American flyers, we're left having to find new ways to gain lounge access. Post-Prestige, the single best way to access Admirals Clubs is with the Citi® / AAdvantage® Executive World Elite™ Mastercard®. Show More Summary