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You have one week left to transfer Citi ThankYou points with a 25% bonus to Flying Blue. The promotion is valid for transfers through July 20, 2019. There is no limit to the number of points you can transfer or the number of bonus miles you can receive.
- Promotion is valid through July 20, 2019.
- Receive a 25% bonus when you transfer Citi ThankYou points to Flying Blue.
- There is no limit on the number of times or the amount of points you can transfer.
- Typically, Citi ThankYou points transfer to Flying Blue at a ratio of 1:1 with a minimum transfer of 1,000.
The promotion is hardcoded in the transfer, and for every 1,000 points you transfer, you will receive 1,250 Flying Blue miles.
Other Transfer Options
One thing to remember about Flying Blue is it is one of the few airline programs that is a partner for every major points currency out there. You can transfer points from Citi, Chase, American Express, Capital One, and Marriott to Flying Blue. So points earned from cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, The Platinum Card® from American Express, and the Citi Premier® Card can be used to boost your Flying Blue points balance.
It is never worth transferring points speculatively regardless of how good the bonus is. However, if you want to take advantage this month’s Flying Blue Promo Rewards or one of Flying Blue’s sweet spots, then this promotion is a good deal.
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