Citi Rewards+

The Citi Rewards+ credit card earns ThankYou points and is available to individuals in the United States.

Citi ThankYou points can be transferred to a variety of airline and hotel partners.

Earning Rewards

The Citi Rewards+ credit card earns ThankYou points for all purchases made on the card:

  • 2 ThankYou points for every $1 spent on purchases at supermarkets and gas stations (up to $6,000 USD per year; 1 ThankYou point per dollar after $6,000 in category spend in a year).
  • 1 ThankYou point for every $1 spent on all other purchases.

All transactions on the Citi Rewards+ card are rounded up to the nearest 10 ThankYou points. This means that if you made a $4 coffee purchase you will earn 10 ThankYou points, as opposed to the standard 4 ThankYou points. There is no cap on transactions that can be rounded up.

Redeeming Rewards

The best use for Citi ThankYou points is to transfer them to a variety of airline and hotel partners for your next travel redemption:

  • Transferrable at 1:1 ratio: AeroMexico Club, Air France KLM, Avianca LifeMiles, Cathay Pacific Asia Miles, Emirates Skywards, Etihad Guest, EVA Air Infinity, JetAirways, JetBlue, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, Turkish Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, and Wyndham Rewards.
  • Transferrable at 1:2 ratio: Choice Privileges Hotels.

You can also redeem Citi ThankYou points for statement credit however this is not often a great way to get the most value out of your points.

Insurance Coverage

The Citi Rewards+ Mastercard does not offer any insurance coverage for cardholders.

Other ThankYou Points Cards You Might Consider

Credit Card Welcome Bonus Net Value
Citi Premier 60,000 ThankYou Points $1,105 Apply
Citi Custom Cash 200 ThankYou Points $4 Apply
Citi Double Cash 0 ThankYou Points $0 Apply

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