Citi® Expedia®+ Voyager Card

Citi® Expedia®+ Voyager Card

Card Type: Mastercard World

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Dine
Brand
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Earning rate: 4X Expedia purchases ⚬ 2x restaurants & entertainment

Big spend bonus: 5K anniversary bonus with $10K annual spend

Noteworthy perks: ⚬ $100 annual air travel fee credit ⚬ Expedia+ Gold status

Application Tips

Citi Application Tips

  • 24 Month Rule (ThankYou Cards): To get bonus on any ThankYou card, you must wait 24 months after receiving a new cardmember bonus or closing any ThankYou card account. Applies to Preferred, Premier, Prestige, and Rewards+.
  • 24 Month Rule (Expedia Cards): To get bonus on any Expedia card, you must wait 24 months after opening or closing any Expedia card account.
  • 48 Month Rule (AA Cards): With Citi AA cards, you have to wait 48 months after receiving a bonus for the same exact card.
  • Velocity Rules: Max 1 personal card per 8 days. Max 2 personal cards per 65 days. Max 1 business card per 95 days.
  • Get Same Card Again: Citi allows getting same card again (even if card is still open) as long as you follow the 24 or 48 month rules and velocity rules (above).
  • Hard inquiries DO NOT combine into 1 when approved same day

Check application status here.
If denied, call reconsideration here:800-695-5171 (personal); 800-763-9795 (business)
If reconsideration # doesn’t work, try the Citi Credit Card Executive Office: 423-477-6858

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I think this valuation needs to be updated to account for VIP hotels at 1.4c