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Citi Rewards Platinum - 140,000 Citi reward Points $49FY

M@rcoPolo

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Pretty good deal for $49 annual fee in the first year (normally $149) and you earn 140,000 Citi rewards Points

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140,000 Citi rewards Points convert to...

56,000 Velocity Points (2.5:1), or
46,666 Skywards Miles (3:1), or
46,666 KrisFlyer Miles (3:1)

... and quite regularly Citi & Virgin Australia run promotions where you get up to 30% bonus points on conversion to Velocity :cool:

The card also includes a pretty good travel insurance policy.

Apply here >>> Exclusive from me and Citi Australia



PS I get 30,000 Citi rewards Points for a successful referral bonus
 
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petertwister

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This is a great deal for both the referrer and referee... win-win! So I am going to throw mine into the hat! Would be grateful for anyone who uses my link:

My Referral Link to Citibank Platinum Card Deal

Key facts:
- 140000 Citi points (equivalent to 56000 velocity or 46666 SQ Krisflyer or EK Skyward miles)
- $3000 spend within first 90 days
- $49 reduced fee first year. $199 second year onwards
- this offer is much better than the deal on the public website which gives you only 80000 Citi rewards upon meeting minimum spend in first 90 days and then a further 40000 after year 1.

- disclaimer: I get referral bonus of 30000 or more Citi points

- read fine prints carefully before applying. I don’t think I can see exclusions for existing/recent customers. So even if you are an existing customer you may be eligible for bonus points. But best to call Citi to check if in doubt. As a data point, I personally recently applied a second Citibank card and received points without any issues :)
 
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