Last Chance to Enter Citi’s Feel Like a Million Points Sweepstakes

Aug 24, 2018

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You have one week left to enter for a chance to win up to 1 million Citi points through Citi’s current sweepstakes. To enter, you simply need to complete the form here at thankyou.com/sweepstakes by August 31. You just need to have an active Citi ThankYou account to be eligible.

As a reminder, there will be three tiers of prizes:

  • Grand prize (1 winner): 1 million Citi ThankYou points
  • Second prize (3 winners): 500,000 Citi points
  • Third prize (10 winners): 100,000 Citi points

You won’t be able to transfer any points you win through this sweepstakes to Citi’s airline partners, but you can book airfare, hotels, rental cars and more through the Citi ThankYou Travel Portal. If you have a premium Citi card like the Citi Premier Card or Citi Prestige, you’ll get 1.25 cents per point when you redeem this way — meaning 1 million points would get you $12,500 toward travel.

Given that you can book all kinds of travel arrangements through the Citi travel portal and aren’t limited to small number of airlines or chain hotels, you have a ton of options for using 1 million (or even 100,000) points.

To give you a taste of just how far these points could take you, we came up with a sample three-trip itinerary spanning Asia, Hawaii and New York City, but that’s just one of countless ways to put those points to use. Enter the sweepstakes now and then start cooking up your own dream itinerary.

 

Make sure to get your entry in by August 31, which is a week from today.

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