Save $50 at Nearly Any Hotel in the World With Citi ThankYou

Mar 28, 2018

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Citi ThankYou members can receive $50 off any hotel booking of two nights or more with Citi’s new promotion.

You’ll have to be a Citi ThankYou member to be eligible — so if you have a Citi Prestige, Citi Premier® Card, Citi ThankYou Preferred Card or a qualifying Citi bank account, you’ll be able to save some cash on your next hotel stay.

You’ll have to book through the Citi ThankYou Travel portal and then use the code CITI50 when checking out. Even better, the discount does appear to stack with Citi Prestige’s fourth night free program. The promo code will even work if you decide to pay with a combination of cash and points.

You’ll have to book by April 30 to receive the discount. What’s great about this promotion is that you can use this discount at nearly any hotel in the world, including luxury resorts like the St. Regis Maldives, as long as it’s bookable through the Citi ThankYou travel portal. Stacked with Citi’s fourth night free, it’s a pretty great deal.

You can use Starpoints to stay at the all-new St. Regis Maldives. Image courtesy of Starwood.

You will have to use a Citi credit card, debit card or ThankYou points to pay for the stay — the Citi Prestige offers 3x points on hotels while the the Citi Premier® Card offers 3x points on all travel purchases. The Citi Premier is currently offering a 50,000-point sign-up bonus, worth $850 according to TPG‘s valuations, after spending $4,000 in the first three months.

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