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This travel rewards Mastercard provides a heap of benefits for the Expedia enthusiast; it offers 30% more points on Expedia Rewards bookings, VIP stays, room upgrades, and a Citi Concierge if you need assistance. There’s an annual fee of $95 that gets covered by an annual $100 air travel credit, and even more perks if you spend at least $10,000 per year with the card.
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The Expedia Rewards Voyager Card from Citi could be a valuable money-saving tool if you fly a lot and you’re loyal to Expedia.
Once approved you’ll get instant Expedia Rewards Gold status which offers 30% more points when you use your Expedia Rewards account to book travel. You’ll also get complimentary room upgrades, free breakfast, VIP access at some hotels, and more.
Take note that you can only redeem points for travel bookings like flights, Expedia Rate hotels, or vacation packages. You can’t redeem points for cash.
This card has no foreign transaction fees and a $95 annual fee, but if you’re getting it because you travel a whole lot, you shouldn’t worry about it. You’ll get a $100 annual air travel fee statement credit, but it can only be used toward airline incidentals like baggage fees and in-flight WiFi.
For every year you end up spending at least $10,000 on the card, you’ll earn an anniversary bonus of 5,000 points.