Citi and flybuys partner up to offer customers a double-dipping rewards points system

Remy Taylor

Thursday 28 February 2019

Everyone knows the double-dipping debate that divides the nation - whether or not it’s ever acceptable to dip a chip into the party’s guac a second time.

Citi and flybuys partner up to offer customers a double-dipping rewards points system

But following the news that Citi and flybuys have joined forces, Aussies will now be able to ‘double dip’ on flybuys points with the Citi Platinum card (without any questionable hygiene concerns).

Flybuys members with a Citi rewards credit card will have the option to both scan their flybuys card and pay with an eligible Citi Rewards Credit Card at flybuys partners in-store or online.  The Citi Rewards points earnt on their spend can then be converted into flybuys points.

That means that to get even more bang for their buck, eligible Citi cardholders can earn flybuys points pretty much everywhere they shop, even at non-flybuys partners, just by using their Citi rewards card and then transferring the Citi rewards Points to flybuys.

So whether you’re looking to treat yourself to a shopping spree, spend on travel options or take some money off your groceries, you can redeem points on more than one thousand rewards.

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Spenders will earn 1 point per dollar, up to $10,000 per month on eligible domestic spends, and uncapped for international spends.

And as a special offer, new Citi Rewards Platinum Credit cardholders who spend $3,000 within 90 days from approval can earn 75,000 flybuys bonus points.

But that’s not all - if you’re an eligible Citi Reward Credit Card holder who transfers your Citi Reward Points by 31 March you can nab 15% more bonus flybuys points.

Interested in an even greater range of value plastics? Check out Citi’s range of rewards cards or take our rewards revealer for a whirl to find the perfect plastic for your spending.

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