50% Bonus for JetBlue Transfers from Citi ThankYou Points

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We reported last October that Citi ThankYou had added JetBlue as a transfer partner; while the transfer ratios are not great, currently there is a promotion offering a 50% bonus on transfers of Citi ThankYou Points to JetBlue. So, if you have some travel plans coming up with JetBlue, now is the time to use some of your Citi ThankYou Points.

The promo is available to cardmembers of the:

50% Bonus Promotion

The promotion is valid on transfers through April 30, 2017. The bonus you will receive depends on which Citi ThankYou card you hold; you will receive the following bonus:

While at first glance it seems that the rates are a little stingy, there is value to be had. If you are looking to redeem against a JetBlue Mint fare, with some proper planning, your ThankYou Points could work out to be worth around 1.6 cents, which is good value. If you do not have any travel plans involving JetBlue, then it is not worth transferring points speculatively—you are much better off holding ThankYou Points due to their versatility.

Overall

With less than ideal transfer ratios but some value, this is a worthwhile time to look at moving ThankYou Points to JetBlue TrueBlue. However, keep in mind that the transfer ratio you receive is dependent on your Citi card, with the best value coming from the Citi Chairman, Prestige, and Citi Premier Cards.

Source: Sarah Silbert/The Points Guy

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