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premier and prestige

premier and prestige

  1. amr2002

    Can anyone thing of a reason to keep the citi premier after meeting the spending requirement if I also have the citi prestige?

  2. Anonymous

    That’s a great question, and something I’m considering as well, as someone who recently picked up both cards. Assuming you value the long term benefits of the Citi Prestige (as I do, since I’m an American flyer), then I think the only “major” benefit of the Citi Premier is that it offers 3x points on all travel purchases, as opposed to just air travel and hotels. That being said, whether that’s worth paying the annual fee over is something everyone will have to decide based on their spend patterns.

  3. larry

    [QUOTE=”Lucky, post: 3973, member: 4″]That’s a great question, and something I’m considering as well, as someone who recently picked up both cards. Assuming you value the long term benefits of the Citi Prestige (as I do, since I’m an American flyer), then I think the only “major” benefit of the Citi Premier is that it offers 3x points on all travel purchases, as opposed to just air travel and hotels. That being said, whether that’s worth paying the annual fee over is something everyone will have to decide based on their spend patterns.[/QUOTE]
    we just got the premier card. do we need to keep a citi card open to not lose the citi points? what about amex rewards—-do you need a card open to keep those points?

  4. Anonymous

    Yes, you always do need to have a card open in order to not lose the points with the respective currencies. Otherwise you can always transfer the points out to a transfer partner and then close the cards.

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