Citi Expedia Voyager Card, 50K Bonus with $2K Spending

Citi Expedia Voyager bonus

Citi Expedia Voyager Card, 50K Bonus with $2K Spending

Citi Expedia Voyager card has an increased bonus of 50,000 Expedia Rewards points. The value of these points usually around $356, but could be twice as much on some properties booked on Expedia.


Earn 50,000 Expedia Rewards bonus points after $2,000 in purchases within 3 months of account opening.

$95 annual fee, not waived.

Card Details

  • Earn
    • 4x points for every $1 you spend on eligible Expedia purchases, including flights, hotels, activities, and travel packages
    • 2x points for every $1 spent on dining at restaurants and entertainment
    • 1x point for every $1 spent on other purchases
  • Expedia Rewards Gold status each year of cardmembership
  • $100 Annual Air Travel Fee Credit that can be used toward airline incidentals, in-flight purchases, or for either the Global Entry or the TSA Pre✓® application fees.
  • 5,000 Anniversary Bonus Points
  • No foreign transaction fees on purchases

Expedia Rewards

The value of Expedia Rewards varies. For most people, 140 points are equal to $1 toward a booking. That means that each Expedia Rewards point has a value of 0.714¢.

But if you have Gold or Silver status, you can get twice the value for your points when you book a VIP Access hotel. That would give you a value of 1.43¢ for each Expedia Rewards point. This card gets you Expedia Rewards Gold status. That status also gives you a 30% bonus on points earned from stays. base rate is 2 points per dollar.

Applying for the Card

Application Link

Expedia Rewards bonus points offer is not available if you have had an Expedia® Rewards or Expedia® Rewards Voyager account opened or closed in the past 24 months.

Guru’s Wrap-up

This will probably not be a go to card for most frequent travelers. But it is a good option for those who book with Expedia or OTAs often. You can get a value of $356 from this bonus and up to $712 if you book VIP Access hotels. You have to pay the $95 annual fee.

Anyone thinking of applying? Let me know!


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