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Chase Ultimate Rewards vs Citi Thank You

Chase Ultimate Rewards vs Citi Thank You

  1. Anonymous

    I have been using the Citi Premier Card and am considering switching to Chase as I heard their points value is considered higher on redemption. I get 3 points for travel & gas & 2 for dining for a $95/yr fee. I think the Chase Sapphire Preferred program is comparable but only gets 2 points for travel & dining.
    Anyone have thoughts on these two cards….which is better for accumulating and redemption?

    Thanks

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Many of us have both as they have different bonus categories and different transfer partners. Frequent Miler has a spreadsheet showing which airlines/hotels you can transfer points to from each type of transferable currency. You can find that post here: [URL]https://frequentmiler.boardingarea.com/2014/06/24/transfer-partner-master-list/[/URL]

    The post is old but the spreadsheet it links to is kept up-to-date.

    So look at where you usually transfer your points and see what works best for you. If you still have questions feel free to come back and ask more.

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