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How To Transfer Citi ThankYou Points To Airline Programs

Transferring Citi ThankYou points to airline or hotel loyalty programs is a relatively new feature and the options are limited to global airlines and Hilton Hotels at the moment. But there can still be value in transferring Citi ThankYou points to these partners. The process to transfer the points is straightforward and once complete, you’ll have miles…

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Citi ThankYou Transfer Options Makes Points More Flexible

Citi ThankYou points have just become more valuable. They’ve now introduced the option to transfer ThankYou points into 8 global airline loyalty programs vastly expanding the use of points in your ThankYou accounts. Granted, some of these airlines are already transfer partners of American Express, like Cathay Pacific AsiaMiles, and even Singapore which is a transfer…

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Flying just to fly – First Class Farewell Tour

With the impending February 1 United devaluation and a couple days off of work, I convinced my better half to embark on a First Class ‘Farewell Tour’ of some of our favorite products knowing international first class access will become significantly more challenging than it is in current form. We’ve generated a lot of great…

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Which is better? Lufthansa First Class Terminal or Thai Royal First Lounge

Whenever you ask a room full of frequent flyers to name the best first class lounge in the world, two of the names you may hear the most are Lufthansa’s First Class Terminal in Frankfurt and Thai’s Royal First Lounge in Bangkok. I recently completed a rapid fire First Class around the world trip where…

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How to pick Thai award seats online as part of a partner award

The first thing I do after booking an award including a partner airline is to obtain the partner airline-specific confirmation number so that I can confirm the reservation was ticketed properly and pick seats.  In some cases United will display the partner airlines confirmation number immediately such as Lufthansa but most other airlines are never…

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