The Citi Premier 60k bonus is no longer available. It now offers 50,000 bonus points when you spend $4,000 in the first 3 months. The 50,000 points are equal to $625 to use toward airfare. Or, you can redeem the points for $500 in gift cards at thankyou.com.
The Citi Premier 50k bonus is only available to new card members. This means it is not available to those who have opened or closed a Citi ThankYou Preferred Card, Citi ThankYou Premier Card or Citi Prestige Card in the last 24 months.
It’s also worth noting that a handful of other credit cards do offer initial bonuses of 60,000+ points or miles. Just be careful because more rewards doesn’t always equal more value. It all depends on how much the points or miles are worth.
Here are some 60k bonus credit cards:
Barclaycard Arrival Plus World Elite Mastercard: 60k miles for spending $5k in 90 days
IHG Rewards Club Traveler Credit Card: 60k points for spending $2k in 3 months
Platinum Card from American Express: 60k points for spending $5k in 3 months
Radisson Premier Visa Signature Credit Card: 50k points after first purchase + 35k points for spending $2,500 in 90 day
Yes, I think that offer is still available. You get the 60k points after spending $4,000 in purchases in the first 3 months from account opening.
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