Citi ThankYou Rewards Offering 15% Transfer Bonus To Asia Miles

Citi ThankYou Rewards Offering 15% Transfer Bonus To Asia Miles

Citi Thankyou Rewards program just launched its latest transfer bonus promotion where you can transfer points to the Asia Miles program with a 15% bonus.

Transfer Citi Thankyou Points To Asia Miles With A 15% Bonus

Through July 22, 2023, members who hold Citibank credit cards issued from the United States will receive a 15% bonus when transferring the Thankyou points to Cathay Pacific Asia Miles. There is no limit on how many points you can transfer to the miles therefore it is a great opportunity if you plan to redeem miles on Cathay Pacific.

How Long Does It Take For Citi Thankyou Points To Transfer To Asia Miles

Citi Thankyou points can be transferred to the Asia Miles account instantly most of the time. However, rarely do the points take a few hours to be transferred.

Citi Thankyou Points Transfer Ratio To Asia Miles Program

Like most other airline partners, you can transfer Citi Thankyou points to Asia Miles at a 1000:1000 rate. But with the 15% bonus, you can transfer at the 1000:1150 rate for a limited time.

Should You Transfer Thankyou Points To Asia Miles

In my opinion, the Asia Miles program is one of my least favorite programs except when redeeming First Class awards on Cathay Pacific metal. However, that is not the case anymore due to the Chinese carriers being restricted with capacity control and the First Class on Cathay Pacific is fairly limited nowadays.

On the other hand, Asiam Miles still offers many award availabilities on select routes to/from Hong Kong while it shows zero space through partner programs. So there are both positive and negative aspects of the program.


Through July 22, 2023, the Citi Thankyou reward is offering a 15% bonus on points transferred to Cathay Pacific’s Asia Miles program. Keep in mind that this promotion is offered to those who have a US-issued Citibank credit card.

The Asia Miles used to have great award availability on Cathay Pacific’s First and Business Class. However, that is not the case anymore as it is now much harder to find an award due to multiple factors.

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