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Best transfer partner for Citi TY points

Best transfer partner for Citi TY points

  1. jlynmriep

    I have a decent number of Citi ThankYou points that I need to use/transfer relatively soon. I don’t have any specific trip plans, though, so I need to figure out what program is likely to be the best use of my points, knowing only my general travel habits. I’ve listed what I think is useful information below; any help would be appreciated! Thank you!

    -I usually fly economy. Business/first might be an occasional luxury, but is definitely not a must.
    -I fly fairly regularly within the US & Canada. I prefer to fly on Delta (better routing from my home airport in most cases) but am not that picky.
    -I also have a semi-regular need for flights between the US and Europe, and sometimes flights within Europe.
    -I am considering a trip to Central/South America in the next year or so.

  2. PhatMiles

    Txr to singapore and book on united.Mine is a general answer.

  3. MidSouthSkier

    For your domestic flights you can book via the TYP portal and each point will be worth 1.6 cents on an AA flight or 1.0 cents on other airlines. That way you can pick your routing and still earn miles for the flight.

  4. Anonymous

    [QUOTE=”MidSouth Skier, post: 7813, member: 184″]For your domestic flights you can book via the TYP portal and each point will be worth 1.6 cents on an AA flight or 1.0 cents on other airlines. That way you can pick your routing and still earn miles for the flight.[/QUOTE]

    That’s supposing he has a Prestige. If he has the Premier it’s only 1.25x and if he has the Preferred there is no bonus.

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