To redeem Citi Rewards+ Card points, log in to your account on the Citi ThankYou Rewards website and click on one of the redemption categories on the top left of the page: Gift Cards, Shop With Points, Travel, or More Ways to Redeem. Then, use the sub-menu to navigate to a more specific redemption option.
Citi Rewards+ Card points redemption options include:
Trade points for gift cards in many categories, from clothing and department stores to electronics and restaurants. You can usually redeem at a rate of 1 cent per point, but certain gift cards may be on sale. It takes 1 to 3 weeks to receive a gift card after redeeming.
Shop With Points
Use points to pay for purchases directly on a retailer’s website or get a statement credit for purchases after you make them. Points are worth 0.8 cents each with this option.
Use points to book flights, hotels, rental cars, cruises and more. The value of points can vary based on the type of travel, length of the trip and more.
Other Ways to Redeem
The Citi Rewards+ Card offers a number of other redemption options. You can transfer points to partnered airline or retail loyalty programs at a 1:1 ratio, make charitable donations, get cash or a statement credit, make a payment toward a mortgage or student loan and more.
Overall, there are a lot of ways to redeem Citi Rewards+ points, and the card has the unique feature of rounding up rewards points on purchases to the nearest 10. So even a $1 purchase gives you 10 points to redeem.
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