Four days ago, I emailed Nick to ask him about a comment he had made in one of our Frequent Miler Live discussions. He had said that Citi shows points earned with each transaction. That would be great, but I wasn’t able see that on any of my cards. He replied that it worked on his Premier card, but not his AT&T Access More card.
Later that same day, Miles to Memories reported that Citi has fixed common login issues. That was good news! Even better, the next day, Doctor of Credit reported that due to the website refresh Citi was now showing points earned with each transaction! It looks like I had logged on to my account hours too soon. When I log in now, I can see points earned on all of my ThankYou cards except for my AT&T Access More card.
The ability to see points earned is an awesome enhancement. Now, for example, we can see at a glance whether a charge that we thought was a restaurant charge really coded as such. And when there’s a bonus promotion on your account for certain types of spend, it is easy to see whether that spend has qualified. For example, in April my Rewards+ card was targeted for a 10X promotion. I would earn 10X for all online purchases. So would orders made through the Target phone app count? In the image at the top of this post, you can see that those purchases did count because each one earned 10 times as many points as dollars spent.
Citi shows points earned on the following ThankYou cards (please let us know if you see the feature on other cards):
Citi does not show points earned on the following ThankYou cards:
It’s awesome to see Citi improve their website in such a useful way! With this enhancement, Citi went from being the worst at showing bonus points earned to the best in my opinion. Good job Citi!
Next, Citi, please extend the functionality to the AT&T Access More card!