Citi Sears Mastercard Offers Transfers to JetBlue, Wyndham

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Last updated on May 2nd, 2022

As a majority of Americans are expecting to travel in 2022, Citi is making it even easier to plan for their next big trip. Sears Mastercard with ThankYou from Citi cardmembers now enjoy a suite of travel points transfer options, including options like JetBlue, Wyndham, and more.

 Citi Makes Changes to Sears Mastercard

With the coronavirus pandemic now taking a backseat, a new study highlights Americans’ desire to get back out and start traveling in 2022. A new report from Destination Analysts shows that more than eight-in-ten (82%) American travelers are excited to travel over the next 12 months.

Citi Adds Three Transfer Partners to Sears Mastercard with ThankYou from Citi

With so many Americans weary of life at home and ready to explore, Citi and Sears are making the Sears Mastercard even more rewarding. Sears Mastercard with ThankYou from Citi cardmembers can now transfer their ThankYou points to three leading loyalty programs. These programs provide access to more than 16,000 hotel properties and 40,000 vacation rentals.

Sears Mastercard with ThankYou from Citi cardmembers can now transfer ThankYou points to Choice Privileges, Wyndham Rewards, or JetBlue TrueBlue. Cardmembers with a Choice Privileges, Wyndham Rewards, or JetBlue TrueBlue membership can easily transfer their points online for a minimum transfer of 1,000 points. There is no fee associated with the transfer.

Other Changes

In addition to these exciting ThankYou Point transfer partners, Sears Mastercard with ThankYou from Citi cardmembers can also transfer points to Shop Your Way to use on Shop Your Way merchant partner products or redeem for gift cards with Shop Your Way Gift Cards powered by Raise. Plus, cardmembers also have access to an array of new redemption options through ThankYou Rewards, including Shop with Points, gift cards, charitable donations, and the ability to book travel.

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