Earn 2,500 Bonus Citi ThankYou Points

Citi ThankYou Points

For a limited time cardholders can earn 5X Citi ThankYou Points! The offer is good on eligible purchases in a variety of categories.

Let’s take a closer look at this offer.

The first thing you need to do is enroll in the promo. Card members should receive an e-mail about the offer with a link to enroll.

With the promo, you can earn 5X points in categories like:

  • Clothing Stores
  • Office Supply Stores
  • Computer & Electronics Stores
  • Department Stores

The offer is good until 8/31/2016 and the maximum bonus you can earn is 2,500 Citi ThankYou points.

Since purchases with the Citi ThankYou card earn 1X points, this offer is actually giving you a bonus of an additional 4X points. This is a pretty solid offer! If I was looking to increase my ThankYou points account balance I’d definitely go for this.

Do you have the Citi ThankYou card? If so, what’s your favorite way to redeem your points?

With a limited choice of transfer partners, I’m not sure just yet what I’ll do with my Citi ThankYou points when the time comes. My guess is that I’ll most likely book a flight with them.

8 thoughts on “Earn 2,500 Bonus Citi ThankYou Points

  1. What does this even mean? What is “the Citi ThankYou card”? There is the Preferred, the Premier, and the Prestige. I have the Prestige and did not receive any email like the one you describe.

  2. Jesse- I couldn’t find a direct link to register and after further looking over the terms, they do state that “the promotional offer is non-transferrable and applies to the account ending in the last 4 digits referenced in the offer”.

    Doug- The Citi ThankYou Card is a credit card. I have the Premier card. I may have left out that detail (sorry) but you could’ve commented without sounding rude.

    Jeremy- It does appear to be targeted, see, my comment above to Jesse. I was sent an e-mail and an offer in the mail which I just opened up.

  3. “The Citi ThankYou Card is a credit card.”

    But, it’s really not. There is the “Citi ThankYou Preferred” card which comes closest, but it’s not the card you’re talking about. There’s also the “Citi Premier” and the “Citi Prestige.” All of those cards earn ThankYou Points, but there’s no product as far as I’m aware called the Citi ThankYou Card.

    I’m sorry if I came off rude, but I’m really getting tired of hastily thrown together, non-proofread or edited posts from Boarding Area bloggers that just aren’t useful. All of you guys are professional writers, but the vast majority of posts just don’t reflect that at all. I also would think that a professional writer who makes money off his/her blog wouldn’t get all bent out of shape over one mildly snarky post.

    A useful, informative post could have been “I just received a targeted offer on my Citi Premier card – check your email to see if you’ve received the same. Here are the details.” Instead, everyone is left confused – nobody has any idea what card you’re talking about (they’re all separate products), and it’s apparently a targeted offer, so nobody knows what you’re talking about without context.

  4. Doug- Go to Citi’s credit card page and you will see a section for ThankYou Credit Cards along with a (4) as in 4 varieties. Then when you click the button to learn more and apply for the Citi ThankYou Premier card you will see that Citi writes “The Citi ThankYou® Premier credit card is one of Citi’s top ThankYou credit cards.”

    Please explain how it is not a credit card? All Citi ThankYou card varieties are credit cards!

    I didn’t get “bent out of shape”. However I do think it is my right to point out rudeness when it is uncalled for. If I left out the product type, I am so sorry to have bothered you. My blog is not my career. lol

    Just like how you have advice on how I should write a blog, I can give you advice how to better phrase your comment. And if you’d like to leave a link to your site, I’d love to take a glance.

  5. I received this offer on my Premier, not on the prestige. I accepted the offer and forgot. Thanks for reminding me. I haven’t figured out how to view offers I accepted on Citibank.

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