Expedia and Citi Team Up for New Travel Credit Card
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Travel reservations Web site Expedia.com and Citi announced last week the launch of the Citi PremierPass / Expedia.com World MasterCard. The new card extends the relationship between Citi and Expedia, a relationship that began last year when Expedia started offering Citi’s ThankYou reward points to its customers.
The new Expedia credit card offers cardholders the ability to earn points for all purchases, as well as additional points for purchases on Expedia and additional points tied to miles flown on the flights booked via Expedia.
There are two cards being offered, one a no-annual-fee card and one an “Elite” card charging a $75 fee. The no-annual-fee card offers up to three points for every dollar spent on Expedia transactions, with two points awarded for eligible travel purchased on Expedia.com and one additional point for hotel, air plus hotel, cruises or activities over $50 booked at Expedia.com. In addition, one point is earned for every three miles flown on any airline, and one point is earned for every dollar spent on all other purchases. The Elite version offers these same rewards, but ups the ante by offering one point for every mile flown on any airline ticket purchase, and double points on purchases at supermarkets, drug stores, gas stations and parking.
ThankYou points can then be redeemed for future travel awards as well as gift cards or merchandise.
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