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Question re transferred Citi ThankYou points

Question re transferred Citi ThankYou points

  1. Europhile

    How does Citi use transferred ThankYou points when booking flights? Specifically, ThankYou points that a customer earns do not expire, but points transferred from someone else (such as a family member) do – after 90 days.

    For example: Let’s say I have 40K points that I earned, plus 40K transferred to me by a family member. If I book a flight for 50K miles, which miles does Citi use first – the ones that would otherwise expire in 90 days, or the non-expiring ones?

    That makes a huge difference!

  2. David W

    I’d assume Citi uses points that expire soonest first.

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