Ends Tomorrow! Get A 25% Bonus When You Transfer Citi ThankYou Points Into Air France/KLM Flying Blue Miles

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Originally posted on 6/23:

Get A 25% Bonus When You Transfer Citi ThankYou Points Into Air France/KLM Flying Blue Miles

You can transfer increments of 1,000 Citi ThankYou Points into 1,250 Air France/KLM Flying Blue Miles through 7/20/19.

For a limited time you can earn 60,000 points with the Citi Premier card. Read more about the card here.

Flying Blue considers Israel to be part of Europe, which makes for mileage bargains. JFK to Tel Aviv can be booked for as low as 25K miles. They also have rotating discounts called Promo Awards for even bigger bargains!

Will you transfer Citi ThankYou points to Flying Blue?

HT: Baglach, via DDF

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Gary

Do Flying Blue miles have an expiration date?

Pad18

24 month and no activity

united

If tix to TLV are available using Virgin Atlantic, are they also available to redeem through FB? (if they are not showing on AF website, are they really available through a rep?)

united

I meant Delta saver award tickets. is availability the same on AF as it is VA?

Yaakov

Instant?

Ohr

would you advice to transfer citi miles to FB?

cs

I have citibank points but how can I get a flying blue account?

Rector

Dan, out of Chase, which is the best every day spending card, would you suggest Citi thank you points over an Amex ?

Bbsd

Do I need to have available points to check availability with flying blue ?

Norman Eisenberg

How do I convert from thank you points to fb

Abraham

I’m seeing an award ticket from Toronto to Amsterdam direct on KLM for around 90k miles plus 450usd per ticket.
Is that a good deal or can I do better?

Ea

That’s not a good deal. You’re essentially paying $1,300 for a ticket

Abraham

Forgot to right that it’s in business.
Is it a good deal?

Abraham

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