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Citi Prestige 75K link live

As reported by Doctor of Credit and The Points Guy, the Citi Prestige 75K offer is now live. The Deal 75,000 bonus ThankYou points after spending $7,500 in purchases within 3 months of account opening Key Details $450 annual fee is not waived $50 fee for additional users $250 annual Air Travel Credit 3X on airfare & hotels 2X on dining and entertainment 1X on all other purchases 4th night free on hotel bookings (see our previous post –…

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3 considerations in prep for Citi Prestige 75K

As we reported on Sunday, the Citi Prestige is set to be refreshed on Sunday with a new 75K-point sign up bonus. Are you interested in 75K points? Of course you are. But if you’re looking to apply when the new bonus goes live, there are a few key considerations in prepping to take advantage of the new offer. Consideration #1: Citi 24-month rule A signup bonus of 75K points is enough to turn anyone’s head —…

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Book your Prestige 4th Night Free benefit ASAP if…

Citi Prestige 4th Night Free

I’m currently in Amsterdam enjoying the tail end of a recent Citi Prestige 4 Night Free booking at the Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht (which I’ll review in a future post).  And last night (my time), Nick covered the breaking news about the Citi Prestige card: Benefit changes and a new 75K signup offer have been confirmed.  And he shared our concern about the new ability to book 4th Night Free stays online: Did the Prestige card…

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Did the Prestige card just get worse?

Update: A representative from Citibank has reached out with more information on phone bookings for the 4th night free benefit. See added information below. As we reported a little while ago, The Points Guy has confirmed the new benefits rolling out on the Citi Prestige card effective July 23rd, 2017. I think these changes actually mean additional loss of benefits rather than added value. Read on for why. First, to recap, here are the confirmed new benefits:…

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Citi Prestige new benefits confirmed

Citi Prestige 4th Night Free

The new details of the Citi Prestige card have been confirmed, and they include several of the previously-rumored changes as well as two additional changes not previously known. The Points Guy is reporting that the new benefits of the Citi Prestige card include: New card will be metal Shoprunner membership will be included Citi Thank You points will be worth 1c each towards cash or gift card redemptions Citi Thank You points can be used towards the…

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Are these the new Citi Prestige benefits?

Citi Prestige 4th Night Free

As you may know, the Citi Prestige card has a number of benefits that are scheduled to end later this month. Among the benefits ending or changing on July 23rd are: No more free golf benefit No more redemptions for 1.6c per point with American Airlines (all travel redemptions will instead be 1.25c per point The fourth night free will become the average cost per night over four nights (rather than the actual cost of the fourth night)…

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Stacking Citi Prestige for “3 nights free” with SPG (sort of)

Starwood is out with a promo for hotels in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Points, Miles, and Martinis has a detailed post outlining the promotion. When paying with a Mastercard and using promo code M3D, you can receive 1 or 2 free nights at select properties when you pay for two or more nights. The Deal Use promotion code M3D Pay for 2  or 3 nights, get 1 night free Pay for 4 nights, get 2 nights free Key…

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Can you game the World of Hyatt with your Citi Prestige card?

Game World of Hyatt Prestige

Beginning March 1 2017, Hyatt will dump their Gold Passport loyalty program in favor of the new World of Hyatt.  To get caught up on the changes, please see: 5 things I love about the World of Hyatt 5 things I hate about World of Hyatt In a nutshell, top tier Globalist status in the new program will be even better in many ways than the current top tier Diamond status, but it will be…

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Platinum vs Reserve vs Prestige

Amex, Chase, and Citibank each offer premium travel cards.  These are $450 per year cards (Update: Only the Chase and Citibank cards still carry a $450 annual fee. That fee no longer applies to the Platinum card.) that aim to justify their huge fees with piles of great benefits.  Which is best? The truth is that each card has different strengths.  Whether any of them are right for you depends upon your own circumstances.   Below you’ll…

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