Citi Thank You Rewards launched their newest transfer partner recently which is JetBlue Airways. With this new transfer partner, you’re able to transfer at a 1,000 points to 500 TrueBlue points ratio, which I’d urge you not to do as the ratio isn’t that great.
As a reminder other Citi Thank You Transfer Partners include:
- Cathay Pacific Asia Miles
- Etihad Guest Miles
- EVA Air
- Ai France/KLM Flying Blue
- Garuda Indonesia
- Hilton HHonors
- Malaysia Airlines
- Qantas Points
- Qatar Airways Privilege Club
- Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer
- Thai Airways Royal Orchid Plus
- Virgin America Elevate
- Virgin Atlantic’s Flying Club
In addition, JetBlue JetBlue is also a transfer partner of American Express, meaning you can transfer your American Express Membership Rewards points to TrueBlue as well.
It’s nice to see Citi Thank You Rewards adding more transfer partners but I’m personally disappointed at the ratio of the Citi Thank You Points to JetBlue TrueBlue points. Had it been a 1:1 ratio, that would of been more lucrative, but at the current 1,000 Citi to 500 TrueBlue Points, this is one that you’ll want to avoid, unless you’re desperate to top off your account with a few extra points for an award.
What are your thoughts on Citi’s newest transfer partner? Feel free to share below if you have a favorite partner of Citi!