Last updated on April 28th, 2023
Citi has added another valuable transfer partner for its popular Citi ThankYou Rewards program. Choice Hotels, operator of the Choice Privileges hotel loyalty program, is the latest Citi ThankYou Points transfer partner, thanks to a partnership with Points.com.
Citi Adds Choice Privileges As ThankYou Points Transfer Partner
Effective immediately, U.S.-based Citi ThankYou cardmembers can now use their points to book at any of Choice Hotels’ more than 7,000 locations worldwide. The new transfer relationship, launched in collaboration with global loyalty solutions provider Points.com, applies to all Citi’s ThankYou Rewards credit cards, including Citi® Double Cash Card – 18 month BT offer cardmembers who transfer their cash back into ThankYou Points. Other eligible Citi credit cards include:
Citi ThankYou Preferred
Interested Citi ThankYou cardmembers with an active Choice Privileges membership can easily transfer their points online at a highly competitive conversion rate that makes it tempting to stay at one of Choice Hotels’ numerous brands, including Ascend Hotel Collection, Cambria Hotels, Clarion, and Comfort Inn. For example, eligible cardmembers with a premium card (one that charges an annual fee, such as the Citi Premier® Card) can double their points value upon transfer to Choice Privileges.
About Citi ThankYou Rewards
Citi ThankYou is the rewards program for Citibank credit cards. Users earn points when using their Citi credit cards to pay anywhere Citibank credit cards are accepted worldwide. Cards that earn ThankYou points are the Citi Rewards+® Card, Citi Premier® Card, Citi Prestige® Card (no longer accepting new applicants), Citi Rewards+℠ Student Card (no longer accepting new applicants), and the AT&T Access Card from Citi.
Choice Hotels is not the only Citi transfer partner, with ThankYou points enjoying impressive transferability. Other Citi ThankYou transfer partners include JetBlue, Virgin Atlantic, Etihad, Air France, KLM Royal Dutch Airways, and more.
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