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Citi With two 75k SUBs and Fly to Europe for 50k points

and whether Wyndham's All-Inclusive options are worth it

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It’s finally Citi’s turn to be in the spotlight, with 2 solid card offers being released.

Today’s in-flight entertainment:

⏳️ Time-Sensitive: 

  • Citi Business AAdvantage 75k SUB

  • Huge Drop of 50k Flights to Europe

  • Rebranded Citi Strata Premier 75k SUB

☁️ On Points: Wyndham Points for All-Inclusive Resorts in Mexico, Panama, and Jamaica

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  • ICYMI - These are some of the best offers for specific cards right now.

  • Bilt adds Hilton Honors as a 1:1 transfer partner. There’s almost no reason to do this.

  • Visa is revamping the functionality of their cards: one card linked to multiple accounts, reduced emphasis on the 16-digit card number, and enhanced tap functionality. (ht DDG)

  • Best Western is giving 10k points per 3 nights, twice. Register here. Nights can be separative or consecutive between 05/20 and 09/02.

Citi Business AAdvantage 75k SUB

Image credit: Citi

Offer details are as follows:

  • 75k AA miles after $5k spend in the first 5 months

  • Annual fee: $0 first year, then $99/yr after

This is pretty much an all-time high offer so I would definitely jump on it quick if interested. As usual, 48-month language applies so consider the more nuanced double-dip if you have the spend for it (email me).

Why are AA miles so highly desired? Qatar Qsuites (one of the best business class products in the world) and JAL’s revamped revamped flight products ranging from premium economy to first class.

A single card’s sign-up bonus gets you access to both, one-way:

Image credit: JAL - New First-Class Cabin

Image credit: Qatar Airways - Qatar Qsuites Business Class

Huge Drop of 50k Flights to Europe

There’s been a massive dump of availability to Europe to/from numerous cities in North America and Canada. Prices start at 50k one-way in business class + $200+ in surcharges.

Availability dumps like these usually go very quickly, so book now and figure out everything else later.

Easiest way to search is to explore Air France on seats.aero and specifically check the 50,000s under the Business class column, but this doesn’t cover all destinations. To be thorough, head to Air France main website and log in to search for award availability.

Rebranded Citi Strata Premier 75k SUB

Image credit: Citi

The official bonus is as follows:

  • 75k Citi ThankYou Points after $4k spend in first 3 months

  • Annual fee: $95

The categories are nearly identical to the original Citi Premier with the addition of a new EV charging station category 🙄. There’s also a $100/yr hotel credit (on a $500+ hotel stay booked via Citi Travel) which offsets the entire annual fee (assuming you’re not just spending money to use it).

The original 48-month rule applies, so if you’re going for it, consider double-dipping (email me to discuss).

Wyndham Points for All-Inclusive Resorts in Mexico, Panama, and Jamaica

Image credit: Decameron

Decameron All Inclusive Hotels & Resorts has partnered with Wyndham Rewards to let members book award nights.

Prices for nearly every resort start at 15k/night for 2 guests and include…everything. Only the Grand Decameron Panama and the Grand Decameron Los Cabos are priced at 30k/night.

Before you sell yourself on these, thoroughly research the properties and ensure you know what you’re signing up for.

They won’t be the most luxurious, high-end resorts in the world, but there’s a market for everybody and the cities themselves may be worth visiting.


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AMEX (login at americanexpress.com to check)

  • Hertz: $40 back after $150+ in purchases | Expires 06/30

  • Oceania Cruises: 10x points for each dollar up to 40k MR points | Expires 07/08 🎮️

  • lululemon.com: 5 bonus points per dollar | Expires 07/08

  • Sephora: 5 bonus points per dollar | Expires 07/08

  • Hilton: $40 back after $180+ in purchases | Expires 07/31 🎮️

  • Lyft: $15 back on $50+ on Lyft mobile app | Expires 08/15 🎮️ 

  • Loews Hotels: $60 back after $300+ in purchases | Expires 09/15

  • Dell.com: $50 back after $250+ in purchases | Expires 09/30 🎮️

Chase (login at chase.com to check)

  • Dell: 5% off up to $100 | Expires 06/15 🎮️

  • Lululemon: 10% off up to $16 | Expires 06/16 🎮️

  • Hilton: 10% back up to $32 max on $100+ spend | Expires 06/19 🎮️


  • Office Depot/Max: $15 off on $300+ Visa gift cards | Limit 10 | 05/12 - 05/18

  • VanillaGift.com: 100% off purchase fees on $50+ Vanilla Visa gift cards with code VGPS2024

  • eBay: 40% off the entire Adidas eBay store with code ADIDAS40 | Expires 05/20


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