Citi ThankYou Premier *60K* offer lives on


Update: Doctor of Credit notes that there is still a working 60K link. We have added it to our Citi ThankYou Premier page. If it does not open the offer, you might try another browser and/or a private/incognito mode. 50K

The Citi ThankYou Premier card recently had a new cardmember offer as high as 60K points. Even after some sites reported that offer ending, we still had an offer for 60K on our Best Offers page. Unfortunately, that offer has now ended. However, the card is still available with a 50K bonus.

The Offer

Citi Premier Card
60K points
60K after $4K spend in 3 months

$95 Annual Fee

Recent better offer: None

Key Card Details

Citi Premier Card

FM Mini Review: Very strong earnings for spend. Excellent bonus categories. Points transferable to select airlines. Recommend pairing this card with Citi Double Cash and Citi Rewards+. Sadly, this travel card doesn't provide any travel protections.

Annual Fee: $95

Card Type: Mastercard World Elite


Earning rate: 3X grocery ⚬ 3X dining ⚬ 3X gas stations ⚬ 3X flights, hotels, travel agencies

Noteworthy perks: Transfer points to airline partners ⚬ Redeem points for 1.25 cents each towards travel (until 4/10/21) ⚬ Starting 8/23/20: $100 Annual Hotel Savings Benefit

See also: Citi ThankYou Rewards Complete Guide

Quick Thoughts

Of course this isn’t as good as the 60K offer, but it is better than no offer if you’re in the market for Citi ThankYou points. I think ThankYou points are an underrated currency — just in this morning’s post, Greg talked about booking Delta flat bed seats and Delta One flights with Virgin Atlantic miles (Virgin is just one ThankYou transfer partner). I’ve also been redeeming more and more LifeMiles as of late thanks to 7500-mile one-way flights (that don’t have to be nonstop) within a region. Furthermore, this card can be a good companion to the Citi Prestige if you’re interested in making 4th night free bookings on points (though remember that you’ll forgo elite benefits when doing that).

While 50K isn’t the highest recent offer, it beats no offer at all, so those interested might want to consider it in case it goes the way of the Prestige card…

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