Expedia+ Card from Citi

Apply for Expedia+ Card from Citi

Earn 15,000 Expedia+ bonus points after $1,000 in purchases within 3 months of account opening*

Points redeemable for $200 towards your stay at a +VIP Access™ hotel*

3 Expedia+ bonus points per $1 spent on eligible Expedia purchases including flights, hotels, activities and travel packages*

1 Expedia+ bonus point per $1 spent on other purchases*

Enjoy Expedia+ silver status each year of cardmembership

Earn one Elite Qualifying Hotel Night towards Expedia+ gold status for each increment of $2,500 in purchases made on the card between your January and December billing statements*
Rate Detail
Type Rewards First Use 15,000 pts. from 1st $1,000
Store Bank
Intro APR Balance Transfer APR 3% (min $5)
Regular APR 15.24% - 23.24% (V) Annual Fee None
Rewards 3pts./$1 on brand, 1pts./$1 others Credit Levels
Network Avg.Rating

All info comes from Expedia , which is subject to change according to their updates. Terms and Conditions may apply.


Jen Buller

The smart chip is something I have and love in another card that I have, not all stores are using their smart chip devices but more are. However the APR seems rather high to me compared to other cards I have with Chase. I do like that the Expedia credit card gives you 3 points for every $1 that is spent, this is higher than what my other card currently offers. Overall the Expedia credit card seems to be a good deal.

Alyssa Thayer

The Expedia credit card has many perks compared to other credit cards I've used. For every $1 spent, you earn 3 points, which is one of the better deals I've seen for the point system. The smart chip is also a really nice thing to have, just as an added measure of security. The grace period is an acceptable length of time, and the late fee is also agreeable. I can't say I enjoy the high APR, though. In the end, I believe the Expedia credit card is one of the better credit cards you can find.

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