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08/24/2017 (Average)
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Their Citi Thankyou Premier card is good for international travel, entertainment lovers, and frequent domestic Jetblue flyers. It also has some of the best travel insurance plans built into their card's benefits for flyers.

However, most of their international transfer partners are similar to Amex Membership Rewards and their only domestic one requires more points to transfer. Amex requires 250 points accumulated before transferring over to Jetblue. Citi Thankyou requires 1000 points.
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01/04/2017 (Outstanding)
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Citi Prestige. This card pays for itself almost twice over. 4th free night I use at least 3 times per year (family vacations) and net the full cost of the card before I use any other benefits. The $250 airfare back I utilize every year, so that is icing right there. The Priority Pass is a nice perk and the Trip delay/cancellation coverage is the best trip insurance out there. I had a fight delayed in St Thomas that forced us into a hotel for another night. It covered our $450 Ritz Carlton stay. If you travel just a little bit (by plane) this card is your go to card.
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01/06/2012 Salisbury Center, NY (Average)
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Chase will mail a check (10000 pts = $100). Citbank will not.(gift cards are the closest they come to cash back)
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10/28/2011 (Above Average)
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Though the thankyou card by default gives you one point per $ spent, The program frequently rolls out bonus offers by which you can maximise the points. I have even scored 3 points per $ for a while even after the promotional one year.
Points can be redeemed for giftcards or travel at rate of 100 points = 1$.
It recently even had a promotion where you could get a Amazon 50$ Gift certificate for 4900points
Overall I am quite satisfied.
Only issue :- No transfer to hotel / airline miles
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10/18/2011 Amherst, NY (Above Average)
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