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How fast Citi Thank you points transfer

How fast Citi Thank you points transfer

  1. Daniel B

    I would be grateful if you could let me know that [U]in your experience[/U], how fast the Thank You Points transfer to the individual airline FF accounts. In one of the earlier posts Lucky said that with Flying Blue/Air France, it is instantaneous. How about the others? I am thinking of applying for the Citi Prestige card, but would like to have an idea about how time it really takes (I know that on Citi’s website they mention up to 14 days). Thank you.

  2. MidSouthSkier

    [URL=’http://thepointsguy.com/2015/06/citi-thankyou-transfer-times/’]The folks at TPG tested that out last year[/URL]. The post is almost a year old now so it’s possible things have changed.

  3. Daniel B

    Thank you – I have now read that report. Hopefully it will get better than the 2 day transfer time which they (TPG) reported.

  4. Daniel B

    One more question if you do not mind: does Citi do the 5-24 rule, or only Chase? I have a Citi AAdvantage card already, and 2 Chase cards (closed 1 Chase and 1 Amex recently.)

  5. Gaurav

    Currently only Chase with that rule. You cannot get a bonus on most Citi cards if you have opened OR closed the same product in the last two years.

  6. Daniel B

    Thank you.

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