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  1. Scottrick said,

    It’s unfortunate that Citi continues to make the ThankYou Rewards program so complicated. (and thanks for the mention)

  2. Ed said,

    @Gary –

    A post explaining how the Citi Prestige card currently works may be in order, if you’d be willing. I’d consider myself reasonably intelligent, but I have no idea what’s going on with this.

  3. Citi Improves Prestige, British Airways Offers Leniency, Azul Turns Blue, and Doug Parker Bonuses His Run From Competition (Bits 'n Pieces for March 25, 2014) - View from the Wing - View from the Wing said,

    […] Citi Prestige card as offering access on the same terms as the Citi Executive card. Coupled with with improved points-earning and redemption value, the card is actually worth half a […]

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