Citi Adds Wyndham As ThankYou Partner

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Last updated on May 2nd, 2022

Citibank has another new ThankYou Points transfer partner. The bank, one of the largest credit card issuers in the United States, has added Wyndham Rewards as a new transfer partner, effective immediately. Here is everything you need to know about the new Citi ThankYou Points transfer partnership with Wyndham:

Citi Adds Wyndham As Transfer Partner

Citi has added a new ThankYou Points transfer partner: Wyndham Rewards. Effective immediately, U.S.-based Citi ThankYou cardmembers can now use their points to book at any of Wyndham’s more than 9,000 properties across twenty brands in more than eighty countries.

Wyndham, which features major brands like Ramada, La Quinta, Days Inn, Travelodge, and more, is Citi’s second hotel transfer partner, following the addition of Choice Hotels last month. Interested Citi cardmembers with an active Wyndham Rewards account can transfer their ThankYou Points at a 1:1 rate for premium cards and a 1:0.8 rate for no annual fee ThankYou cards.

The new Citi and Wyndham transfer partnership 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

About Wyndham Rewards

Wyndham Rewards® is the hotel rewards program from Wyndham Hotels. Wyndham points also transfer to more than a dozen airline partners, including major carriers like Air Canada Aeroplan, American Airlines AAdvantage, Hawaiian Airlines HawaiianMiles, and more.

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 (also no longer accepting new applicants), and the AT&T Access Card from Citi.

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