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Transferring Citi TY Points

Transferring Citi TY Points

  1. Flooritt

    Since I have closed my Citi Prestige card, I need to transfer the points out of the program to an airline. I am trying to plan a trip from US-Australia/NZ in biz in the upcoming months. What airline would be the best use of the points (~107K). I have AA/Memb Rewards/Chase points that I can also transfer to supplement the 107K transfer to make the award tickets. Looking for the best product as well – would like to have biz product similar to AA 777-2/3 biz seats. Any ideas? Thanks.

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Australia is one of the hardest places to find premium cabin availability so the answer is going to be “wherever you can find award space”. If you don’t mind connections, look at using AA/Alaska miles on Fiji Air (not great, but it is lie flat business class) or on one of the Star Alliance carriers with a connection in Asia.

  3. Anonymous

    Probably transferring to Singapore, given that they are also transfer partners of Chase and Amex.

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