Citi Double Cash Complete Guide

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Citi Double Cash

The Citi Double Cash card keeps getting better!  It started its life as a simple fee-free 2% cash back card (which confusingly was advertised as 1% + 1% back).  At that time it was a fine choice for 2% back, but then it went on a roller coaster ride where it got worse, then better, and now even better…

Worse at first: One of the things that used to set the Double Cash card apart from the competition was Citi’s very strong purchase protections such as Extended Warranty, Price Rewind, and more.  Sadly, Citi removed all of these benefits in September, 2019.

Then better: Shortly after dropping purchase protections in September 2019, Citi added the ability to transfer cash back to ThankYou points.  Combined with certain other Citi cards, this made the Double Cash’s rewards more flexible and more rewarding for travel.

Then even better: More recently, Citi turned the Double Cash card into a full fledged ThankYou Rewards card.  Instead of cash back, the card now directly earns ThankYou points which can be cashed out for a penny per point or, if combined with a premium card like the Citi Premier card, can be transferred to airline and hotel partners.

Here’s everything you need to know…

Overview

The Citi Double Cash card is a no-annual-fee powerhouse that offers two points per dollar for all purchases.  Points can be simply cashed out so as to make this card a 2% cash back card.  Alternatively, if you have a Citi Premier or Prestige card, you can transfer your points to airline and hotel programs for sometimes significantly greater value.

Citi Double Cash Disadvantages

The Citi Double Cash card isn’t perfect.  Here are the key things I don’t like about the card:

Foreign Transaction Fees

Don’t use the card outside of the United States.

No Purchase Protections

This card used to have very strong purchase protections such as Extended Warranty, Price Rewind, and more.  Sadly, Citi removed all of these benefits in September.

Perkless

This card doesn’t have any perks worth mentioning.

Rewards

Signup Bonus

This card doesn’t usually have a signup bonus, but if one is available it will appear here:

Card Offer
20K points ⓘ Affiliate
$200 cash back after spending $1.5K in first six months. Note: $200 is awarded as 20,000 Citi ThankYou points.
No Annual Fee

Spend

The best way to earn Citi Double Cash rewards is through credit card spend.  Technically, this card earns 1 point per dollar (1%) when you make a purchase and 1 points per dollar (1%) when you pay your credit card bill.  I find it simpler to say that this card earns 2X everywhere, or 2% cash back.

The Citi Double Cash card is particularly good for “non bonus” spend.  For example, some cards earn bonuses at restaurants, some at grocery stores, some at gas stations, etc.  The Double Cash is one of the most rewarding cards for all other (not bonused) spend.

Citi Double Cash Redeem Rewards

Cash Back

Double Cash cardholders can redeem their ThankYou points for cash back at a rate of 1 cent for each point.

Transfer Points to Airline Miles

The best use of ThankYou points, in my opinion, is to transfer points to airline partners in order to book high value awards.  One example is the ability to book United flights to Hawaii for only 7,500 points each.  Please check out our post which covers the best awards that can be booked with Citi ThankYou points:

>>>>>  Citi ThankYou points sweet spots <<<<<

It is usually best to wait until you find a great flight award before transferring points.  One exception: Citi often offers 25% or 30% transfer bonuses to certain programs (Air France Flying Blue and Avianca LifeMiles are two recent examples).  If you’re confident that you’ll use the points for good value, it may make sense to transfer points when those bonuses are in effect.

The Double Cash card can directly transfer to a few airlines and hotel programs, but at poor transfer rates.  A much better option is to combine your Double Cash ThankYou account with a Citi Premier account (or Citi Prestige if you got that card while it was still available). That way, you can get the full transfer power of Citi points to airline and hotel programs.  See: Citi Transfer Partners.

Current Transfer Bonuses

Transfer bonuses come and go over time.  When transfer bonuses are in effect, details will automatically appear here (when viewed online):

Transfer Bonus DetailsEnd Date

Transfer Partners

Rewards ProgramBest Uses
Accor Live LimitlessUse to pay hotel bill with value of 2 Euro cents per point. In some cases (such as hotel to airline transfer bonuses) it may make sense to convert Accor points to the following airline miles at a 1 to 1 ratio: Finnair, Iberia, Qantas, or Virgin Australia
Aer Lingus AviosFuel surcharges are sometimes lower when booking with Aer Lingus (Avios.com) rather than British Airways, Qatar, or Iberia. It's possible to move points (Avios) between Iberia, British Airways, Aer Lingus, and Qatar.  See also: Avios Sweet Spots for Award Tickets.
AeroMexico ClubPremierAeroMexico is a SkyTeam partner. Club Premier points can be used to book flights on AeroMexico, SkyTeam alliance members (such as Delta or Korean Air), or on select partner airlines. Unfortunately many have reported that awards are extremely difficult to book through AeroMexico so we do not recommend transferring points to this program. If you want to fly AeroMexico, look to transfer points to another SkyTeam partner (such as Air France) and then book AeroMexico with that program.
Air France KLM Flying BlueMonthly Air France Promo Awards often represent very good value. Air France miles can be used to book Sky Team awards, including Delta awards. Air France often offers very good business class award pricing between the US and Europe & Israel.
Avianca LifeMilesAvianca LifeMiles can be great for Star Alliance awards. They offer reasonable award prices and no fuel surcharges on awards. They also offer shorthaul awards within the US (for flying United, for example) for as few as 7,500 miles one-way. Best of all, their mixed-cabin pricing can lead to fantastic first-class award prices. See this post for details.
British Airways AviosWhile flights on British Airways itself often incur outrageously high fuel surcharges, many BA partners charge low or no fuel surcharges. Excellent value can be had in redeeming BA points for short distance flights. It's possible to move points (Avios) between Iberia, British Airways, Aer Lingus, and Qatar. See also: Avios Sweet Spots for Award Tickets.
Cathay Pacific Asia MilesCathay Pacific has a decent distance based award chart, but they no longer allow stopovers longer than 24 hours. Cathay Pacific Asia Miles can be a good option for booking American Airlines flights with a distance based award chart, especially if other OneWorld Alliance miles aren't available. For long distance flights, it is possible to reduce the cost of a premium cabin award by adding on a lower cabin segment. See this post for details.
ChoiceChoice Privileges points seem to be randomly valuable within the US, but dependably valuable internationally in expensive locations such as Scandinavia and Japan. Points can sometimes offer great value when used towards participating Preferred Hotels of the World.
Emirates SkywardsThe best use of Emirates miles has been to fly Emirates itself. Unfortunately fuel surcharges can be steep. See: Emirates Sweet Spot Awards - First class from 30K miles round trip.
Etihad GuestEtihad offers a distance based award chart for flying Etihad and another for its partners. Points may offer good value for expensive but short-distance flights.
EVA Air Infinity MileageLandsIf you want to fly one of the best business class products in the sky, the best way to snag EVA flights is with their own miles since they release more award space to their own members. One-way business class flights from the US to Taipei cost 75K to 80K miles. Fuel surcharges are very low on these routes.
Iberia AviosOn their own flights, Iberia offers low award prices and a very reasonable 25 Euro cancellation fee. Partner awards can offer good value under some circumstances as well, but these are usually nonrefundable. Fuel surcharges are sometimes lower when booking with Iberia rather than British Airways, Aer Lingus, or Qatar. It's possible to move points (Avios) between Iberia, British Airways, Aer Lingus, and Qatar. See also: Avios Sweet Spots for Award Tickets.
Jet Airways Inter MilesJetAirways JetPrivilege miles are useful only for a few very specific cases such as certain flights to Hawaii for as low as 15K (30K business) one-way, or to the Caribbean or Central America for as low as 10K (20K business) one-way. Details can be found here.
JetBlueJetBlue points offer the most value when cheap ticket prices are available and when award taxes are high relative to the overall cost of the ticket (more details can be found here). The JetBlue Plus Card and the JetBlue Business Card offer a 10% rebate on awards, so you can get more value by holding one of these cards.
Leading Hotels of the WorldIt is often possible to get 8 cents per point value, or more from LHW points.
Malaysia EnrichGiven Malaysia's award chart devaluation in June 2017, I'm not aware of any good uses for these miles.
Qantas Frequent FlyerBest use is probably for flights on El Al with no fuel surcharges. Also useful for short AA flights. Qantas offers distance based award charts similar to Cathay Pacific. Both are OneWorld Alliance members. I recommend comparing award prices across both programs before transferring to either. Qantas offers round the world business class awards for only 280,000 points (but with many restrictions)
Qatar Privilege Club AviosQatar has reasonable award prices for flying Qatar itself. Points are now transferable 1 to 1 to British Airways (and from there to Aer Lingus or Iberia). It is now also possible to book JetBlue flights with Qatar Avios.
Shop Your Way RewardsDon't do it. Shop Your Way points can be redeemed for a variety of gift cards. That said, unless Shop Your Way starts offering discounted gift cards, there's no point in converting transferrable points to Shop Your Way.
Singapore Airlines KrisFlyerUse to book Singapore Airlines First Class awards (generally reserved for their own members), Alaska Airlines economy awards, or for Star Alliance awards (including United Airlines).
Thai Airways International Royal Orchid PlusI'm not aware of any good uses for these miles
Turkish Airlines Miles & SmilesMiles & Smiles offers a number of awesome sweet-spot awards including 7.5K one-way anywhere within the US, even to Hawaii. Many awards cannot be booked online but can be booked via phone or email. See: Turkish Miles & Smiles Complete Guide and Turkish business class sweet spots from the US.
Virgin Atlantic Flying ClubVirgin Atlantic offers a few great sweet spot awards including US to Europe on Delta One business class for 50K points one-way. See: Best uses for Virgin Atlantic points (Sweet Spot Spotlight).
WyndhamWyndham often allows booking multi-room suites for the same price as a standard room. It's sometimes possible to get great value from points in that way. Bonus: award nights are not subject to resort fees. Additionally, you can book Vacasa vacation rentals for only 15K points per room per night. Wyndham Earner cards offer automatic 10% discount on award stays.

The Rewards+ Rebate

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One way to make your rewards go farther is to get a Rewards+ card and combine it with your other accounts.  The Rewards+ card offers a 10% rebate on redeemed points, up to 10,000 points rebated per year.  By combining the Rewards+ ThankYou account with your Premier or Prestige ThankYou account, for example, you’ll get that rebate when you convert points to airline miles or when you book travel.  See this post for more: Citi Rewards+ is a great companion to Premier or Prestige.

This is also a great option to combine with the Double Cash card for cash back. By picking up a Rewards+ card and combining ThankYou accounts between the two cards, you can take advantage of the Rewards+ card’s 10% points rebate each year (on up to 100,000 redeemed points).  Let’s say you spend $25,000 on the Double Cash card and therefore earn 50,000 points. You can then redeem those 50,000 points for $500 back.  You’ll then get 5000 ThankYou points back (thanks to the Rewards+ card) which you can then redeem for $50.  You’ll then get $5 in ThankYou points back.  In total, your $25,000 spend results in $555 back.  That’s a return of 2.22% on your spend!

Manage Rewards

Combine Rewards Across Cards

If you are the primary account holder with multiple credit cards that earn ThankYou Rewards, you can combine ThankYou Rewards accounts.  When your points are combined, they can then automatically be redeemed at the same value as your best card.  For example, if one of your cards is the Premier card, and you have combined ThankYou accounts, then you’ll be able to transfer points to airline and hotel programs at the best rates even if the points were earned on your Double Cash card.

There are disadvantages to combining points:

  • You lose the ability to pick and choose which points are used when you redeem awards.
  • You lose visibility into how many points remain with each card.

Overall, I think that these disadvantages are minor.  The advantages of combining your Double Cash ThankYou account with your Premier or Prestige ThankYou account greatly outweigh to disadvantages.

Share Rewards Across Cardholders

If you don’t have a premium ThankYou card or you don’t want to combine it with your Double Cash ThankYou account, then you can opt to “share points” instead.

Citi allows people to transfer ThankYou points to anyone else, for free.  The “anyone else” includes yourself if your accounts aren’t combined.  There are two catches to this:

  1. Shared points expire after 90 days. Make sure you have a specific near-term use in mind before transferring points.
  2. 100K limit: Each member may share up to 100,000 points per calendar year.  Each member may receive up to 100,000 points per calendar year.

Why this is valuable:

  • A friend or family member with a Premier card can transfer points to airline or hotel programs with the best transfer rates.
  • If a friend has airline elite status with one of Citi’s transfer partners with which you want to book an award, you may be better off transferring points to your friend who can then transfer the points to the airline partner and book the award for you (to get free award changes, for example).
  • If you haven’t combined accounts, you can still use points from your Double Cash card effectively by sharing them with your Premier or Prestige account before redeeming the points.

Related Cards

Here are all of the Citi cards that earn ThankYou points:

Card Offer and Details
60K Points ⓘ Affiliate
Earn 60,000 bonus ThankYou® Points after you spend $4,000 in purchases within the first 3 months of account opening.
$95 Annual Fee
FM Mini Review: Very strong earnings for spend. Excellent bonus categories. Points transferable to select airlines. Recommend pairing this card with Citi Double Cash and Citi Rewards+. Sadly, this travel card doesn't provide any travel protections. Click here for our complete card review
Earning rate: 3X grocery ✦ 3X dining ✦ 3X gas stations ✦ 3X flights, hotels, travel agencies
Base: 1X (1.45%)
Travel: 3X (4.35%)
Dine: 3X (4.35%)
Gas: 3X (4.35%)
Grocery: 3X (4.35%)
Card Info: Mastercard World Elite issued by Citi. This card has no foreign currency conversion fees.
Noteworthy perks: Transfer points to airline partners ✦ $100 Annual Hotel Savings Benefit
20K points ⓘ Affiliate
$200 cash back after spending $1.5K in first six months. Note: $200 is awarded as 20,000 Citi ThankYou points.
No Annual Fee
FM Mini Review: 2X rewards for all spend with no annual fee makes this card a winner. Earn 2X everywhere and redeem for the equivalent of 2% cash back or 2X ThankYou points. Pair with the Premier or Prestige card to make points transferrable to airlines. Click here for our complete card review
Earning rate: 2% cash back everywhere (1% cash back for each purchase + 1% when paying your credit card bill for that purchase). ✦ For a limited time: Earn 5% total cash back on hotel, car rentals, and attractions booked on Citi Travel portal through 12/31/24.
Base: 2X (2.9%)
Card Info: Mastercard World Elite issued by Citi. This card imposes foreign transaction fees.
Noteworthy perks: 1X when you make a purchase + 1X when you pay for those purchases
20K Points ⓘ Affiliate
20K points after $1500 spend in the first 6 months
No Annual Fee
Recent better offer: Expired 9/13/22 - 20,000 points after $750 spend in first 3 months
FM Mini Review: This is a great card to have and hold for a single category where you spend no more than $500 per month as it represents an excellent return without rotating categories to track.
Earning rate: 5x on purchases in your top eligible spend category each billing cycle, up to the first $500 spent, 1x thereafter. Eligible categories: Restaurants, Gas Stations, Grocery Stores, Select Travel, Select Transit, Select Streaming Services, Drugstores, Home Improvement Stores, Fitness Clubs and Live Entertainment. ✦ 1x on all other purchases
Base: 1X (1.45%)
Travel: 5X (7.25%)
Dine: 5X (7.25%)
Gas: 5X (7.25%)
Grocery: 5X (7.25%)
Other: 5X (7.25%)
Card Info: Mastercard issued by Citi. This card imposes foreign transaction fees.
20K points ⓘ Affiliate
20K points after $1.5K spend in 3 months
No Annual Fee
FM Mini Review: The fact that you can get 10% Points Back when you redeem, up to the first 100,000 points redeemed per year, makes this a great choice to pool with ThankYou Premier, Prestige, and/or Double Cash Click here for our complete card review
Earning rate: 5x on travel booked through Citi Travel℠ Portal through June 30 2024 (excludes air travel) ✦ 2X at supermarkets and gas stations on up to $6,000 per year ✦ Round up to nearest 10 TY points on all purchases
Base: 1X (1.45%)
Gas: 2X (2.9%)
Grocery: 2X (2.9%)
Card Info: Mastercard World issued by Citi. This card imposes foreign transaction fees.
Noteworthy perks: Round up to the nearest 10 points on all purchases with no cap. ✦ Get 10% Points Back when you redeem, up to the first 100,000 points redeemed per year.
$100 statement credit ⓘ Non-Affiliate
$100 statement credit after $1K Spend in 3 Months
No Annual Fee
FM Mini Review: This has a good gas station bonus for a no annual fee card, but there's not much else to make it a compelling card
Earning rate: ✦ 3 points per $1 at gas stations ✦ 2 points per $1 oat grocery stores ✦ 1 point per $1 on all other purchases
Base: 1X (1.45%)
Gas: 3X (4.35%)
Grocery: 2X (2.9%)
Card Info: Mastercard issued by Citi. This card imposes foreign transaction fees.
Noteworthy perks: $20 statement credit every billing cycle you spend $1,000+ or $10 statement credit when you spend $500 - $999.99 (for AT&T Wireless customers omly)
None
This card is no longer available
No Annual Fee
Information about this card has been collected independently by Frequent Miler. The issuer did not provide the details, nor is it responsible for their accuracy.
FM Mini Review: 10% points rebate (up to 10K rebate per year) make this a great choice to pool with ThankYou Premier, Prestige, and/or Double Cash
Earning rate: 2X at supermarkets and gas stations on up to $6,000 per year ✦ Round up to nearest 10 TY points on all purchases
Base: 1X (1.45%)
Gas: 2X (2.9%)
Grocery: 2X (2.9%)
Card Info: Mastercard World issued by Citi. This card imposes foreign transaction fees.
Noteworthy perks: Round up to the nearest 10 points on all purchases with no cap. ✦ get 10% of your points back on the first 100K redeemed each year
None
This card is no longer available
No Annual Fee
FM Mini Review: Downgrade from Prestige or Premier to this card in order to keep points alive
Earning rate: 2X dining and entertainment
Base: 1X (1.45%)
Dine: 2X (2.9%)
Other: 2X (2.9%)
Card Info: Mastercard World issued by Citi. This card imposes foreign transaction fees.
None
This card is no longer available
No Annual Fee
This card is available in-branch only and is not available online. The bonus may vary by region and can be as high as 40K.
Information about this card has been collected independently by Frequent Miler. The issuer did not provide the details, nor is it responsible for their accuracy.
Earning rate: 3x travel ✦ office supply ✦ professional services
Base: 1X (1.45%)
Other: 3X (4.35%)
Card Info: Mastercard World issued by Citi. This card has no foreign currency conversion fees.
Noteworthy perks: Anniversary bonus on base earnings each membership year. (1% in year 1, 2% in year 2 and 3% in year 3 and beyond.)
None
This card is no longer available
No Annual Fee
FM Mini Review: This card may be worth it for a welcome bonus, but it would be worth considering a product change to the Double Cash down the road..Unforunately, it seems it is no longer possible to product change to the AT&T Access More card.
Earning rate: ✦ 2 points per $1 on products and services that are purchased directly from AT&T ✦ 2 points per $1 on all purchases at online retail and travel sites ✦ 1 point per $1 on all other purchases
Base: 1X (1.45%)
Travel: 2X (2.9%)
Shop: 2X (2.9%)
Brand: 2X (2.9%)
Card Info: Mastercard World issued by Citi. This card has no foreign currency conversion fees.
None
This card is no longer available
$95 Annual Fee
This card is no longer available to new applicants.
Information about this card has been collected independently by Frequent Miler. The issuer did not provide the details, nor is it responsible for their accuracy.
FM Mini Review: Excellent choice for those who shop often online (thanks to 3X earnings)
Earning rate: ✦ 3 points per $1 on products and services that are purchased directly from AT&T ✦ 3 points per $1 on all purchases at online retail and travel sites ✦ 1 point per $1 on all other purchases
Base: 1X (1.45%)
Travel: 3X (4.35%)
Shop: 3X (4.35%)
Brand: 3X (4.35%)
Card Info: Mastercard World Elite issued by Citi. This card has no foreign currency conversion fees.
Big spend bonus: 10,000 anniversary bonus points after $10,000 in annual spending
None
This card is no longer available
$495 Annual Fee
Information about this card has been collected independently by Frequent Miler. The issuer did not provide the details, nor is it responsible for their accuracy.
FM Mini Review: The Prestige card's best in class 5X rewards for dining, airfare, and travel agencies is hard to beat. Sadly, this travel card doesn't provide any travel protections.
Earning rate: 5X airfare, dining, and travel agencies ✦ 3X hotels and cruise line ✦ 1X everywhere else
Base: 1X (1.45%)
Travel: 5X (7.25%)
Dine: 5X (7.25%)
Card Info: Mastercard World Elite issued by Citi. This card has no foreign currency conversion fees.
Noteworthy perks: $250 travel rebate per calendar year ✦ Free lounge access: Citi Properietary Lounges; and Priority Pass Select with free guests ✦ $100 Global Entry application fee credit ✦ 4th night free hotel benefit
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ktenorman

Hi Greg – a note that I have combined Rewards+/Prestige/DoubleCash account with ThankYou and it’s been 1wk+ since I transferred cash rewards to TYP and they still haven’t shown up as points in my account. Citi’s phone reps have assured me that everything is fine but you know how little that can be worth sometimes. YMMV if you need these for an immediate redemption.

[…] you can easily get a card with no annual fee that offers 2% back everywhere (and in the case of the Citi Double Cash, you could also have the option of 2 airline miles per dollar […]

[…] new way to use your Double Cash points to earn up to 2.4% back when redeeming them for gift cards (check out this post from Frequent Miler for the details.)  You can get more value for your points if you have either a Citi Premier or Citi Prestige […]

Satforlegroom

Thanks for the insight! One technicality is that 2.4% for gift cards isn’t the same as 2.4% rebated as cash since redemption for gift cards have the opportunity cost from not earning rewards on that spend. So I’d say to get a true net value of the benefit you need to discount by the foregone benefit from paying with a gift card versus a rewards credit card.

[…] Tokyo, Australia, New Zealand, and Niue on 40K points and even the ~$650 that I spent. Greg wrote yesterday about how the Citi Double Cash may now be the best starter rewards card and he makes a pretty good argument. But despite all that, today’s post isn’t a gushing […]

Nick

Greg, there’s a huge downside to using points for statement credit I had to learn the hard way. The 2% cash back is earned 1% when you purchase and 1% when you pay. Apparently using points as statement credit is not considered “when you pay” and you don’t earn the other 1% this way.

Nick Reyes

I actually always avoid taking cash back as a statement credit with any issuer to avoid this potential issue. I usually just request a check.

Anthony

– Regarding the 10% rebate when you redeem points, does that count when you transfer points to an airline as well or only for buying gift cards or using your points to book flights or hotel through their portal? I have 2 Double Cash cards right now, I did a product change to get another one with a higher credit line and will change the other into the Rewards plus.

Marty

In your first few paragraphs you state my exact scenario – I have the Prestige and was looking at PC’ing to the Double Cash for the 2%. I used to love the Prestige before they chopped the benefits and with travel (for me) down to zero, I have little use to pay for the card anymore. I’m up in November for the annual fee. I like that the DC is just a plain ol’ 2% card, with no nonsense of caps, categories, etc., etc.

I have about 25k TYP left and none of the travel partners are really exciting to me and don’t expect to travel any time soon. The unlimited 4th night free was AMAZING, not to mention the AA Lounges.. sadly, those are gone, and I doubt I’ll even be able to use a single 4th night free benefit any time soon and can’t justify the expense (even with the travel credits they offer).

I understand that if I PC to the DC, I will lose any SUB’s for 24 months. Is your advice still to get a Premier card for the SUB and then PC over to the DC?

Wasn’t sure if anything changed drastically for this scenario since your article was written.

Thanks!!

TCW

What does this mean? “If you want to fly AeroMexico, look to transfer points to another SkyTeam partner such as Air France or Delta and then book AeroMexico with one of those programs.” Are you saying we can transfer Thank You Points to AeroMexico ClubPremier points and then from AeroMexico ClubPremier points into Delta Skymiles? Or are you saying we can transfer Thank You Points directly into the Delta Skymiles program? That doesn’t seem possible.

[…] Citi’s Double Cash card is a no-brainer for most.  It has no annual fee and earns 2% cash back for all spend.  Even better, cash back can be converted to ThankYou points to make the rewards worth even more.  See this post for complete details: Citi Double Cash Complete Guide. […]

Aloha808

Anybody know if you can transfer DC thank you points (TYP) to P2’s TYP account, upgrade your DC to a premier, then P2 transfers their TYP back to you so you can transfer to travel partners?

Dumammy

nice post see the value in non bonus spend, but don’t see anything about waiving foreign Tx fess like the Premier does. Are foreign tax fees waived?

Rob

Don’t have Citi credit cards but interested in the trifecta (Premier, Rewards+ and Double Cash). What are the ideally application steps to get the maximum TYPs sign up bonus? My thoughts: DC isn’t part of the TY family so, I should be able to apply for the Premier for the 60K sign up and DC. Apply for Rewards+ when ready to redeem points for the 10% rebate.

I am Chase 3/24 so I am still working on Chase cards; two more cards (one biz and one personal) and I will be done with Chase). Is it worth a 5/24 slot for DC if I want to start accumulating TYPs via Plastiq (Mortgage) as soon as possible?

Teo

When you do a product change, do the existing points in your account expire after 90 days?

Deb

Has anyone yet actually converted and transferred their “Double Cash” TY points to someone else’s Prestige or Premier card (not their own)? I’m just curious if it actually works for the Double Cash card..