Additional Information - Expedia Rewards Voyager Card
Eligible Expedia Purchases
Eligible Expedia Purchases must be paid in full upon reservation and include flights, hotels, travel packages and activities booked on Expedia.com. A "travel package" is a flight + hotel, flight + hotel + car, flight + car, hotel + car, or a booking made under the "Bundle and Save" tab on Expedia.com. An "activity" is anything booked on the "Things to Do" tab on Expedia.com.
The following do not qualify: Hotels reserved through Expedia but paid for at the time of stay, properties booked through the "Vacation Rentals" tab on Expedia.com, car reservations that are not booked as part of a travel package, and cruise bookings. Sometimes transactions do not come through with the information Citi needs to recognize, that the transaction was an eligible Expedia purchase. Citi does not determine how transactions are classified on Expedia.com. Citi reserves the right to determine which purchases qualify for Expedia Rewards bonus points.
Rewards Bonus Points Offers
Expedia Rewards bonus points will typically appear in your Expedia Rewards account within 6-8 weeks after you have met the purchase requirements. Once the points are available in your Expedia Rewards account, you may redeem for rewards. Point value and redemption options are determined by Expedia. Visit expedia.com/rewards/terms for complete Terms and Conditions of the Expedia Rewards program.
Bonus points are earned on purchases made with your Expedia® Rewards or Expedia® Rewards Voyager Card. Balance transfers, cash advances, checks that access your card account, purchases returned/refunded for credit, unauthorized charges, interest and account fees, traveler's checks, foreign currency purchases, money orders, wire transfers (and similar cash-like transactions), lottery tickets, gaming chips (and similar betting transactions) do not earn Expedia Rewards bonus points. If a purchase, or a portion of a purchase, is returned or refunded for credit any points awarded as a result of that purchase, or portion of a purchase, will be deducted from your Expedia Rewards point account balance which may result in a negative point balance.
Merchant Classification for Rewards Categories
Merchants are assigned a merchant category code ("MCC"), which is determined in accordance with Mastercard procedures based on the kinds of products and services the merchants primarily sell. We don't control the assignment of these codes and are not responsible for the codes used by merchants. When you use your card to make a purchase, we're provided an MCC for that purchase. We use merchant codes to administer the $100 Air Travel Fee Credit and for purposes of making rewards offers available to you in connection with your card account. Sometimes you may expect a purchase to be eligible for the fee credit or may expect a purchase to fit within a rewards category, but if the code assigned to the merchant wasn't grouped into that category, your purchase will not be eligible for the fee credit or additional points. Please note ‐ purchases made through mobile/wireless technology may not earn additional points depending on how the technology is set up to process the purchase. We reserve the exclusive right to determine which purchases qualify for the $100 Air Travel Fee Credit, and which purchases qualify for additional points.
Expedia® Rewards Voyager Card Additional Details
Excludes cash advances, convenience checks, balance transfers, account fees or interest charges, disputed or unauthorized purchases/fraudulent transactions, returns or credits.
Dining & Entertainment
Restaurants are classified as dining establishments that primarily prepare food and drinks for immediate consumption by consumers, either on the merchant's premises or packaged for take-out and include bars, cocktail lounges, discotheques, nightclubs, taverns and fast food restaurants. Entertainment category is for select entertainment merchants including sports promoters, theatrical promoters, movie theaters, amusement parks, tourist attractions, record stores, and video rental stores. Sports Promoters are classified as merchants that operate and promote live sporting events (professional or semi-professional), and may also include sports stadiums. Theatrical promoters are classified as merchants that operate live theatrical productions or concerts, and include ticketing agencies. Movie theaters are classified as establishments that sell tickets and refreshments for movie productions. Amusement parks (including zoos, circuses and aquariums) are classified as establishments that operate parks or carnivals and offer mechanical rides and games and/or live animal shows. Tourist attractions (including museums and art galleries) are classified as establishments that operate attractions and exhibits for tourists. Record stores are classified as establishments that sell CDs and related items, including online record stores. Video rental stores are classified as merchants that rent DVDs and/or games and related equipment for consumer use, including online video rentals. We do not determine how merchants or establishments are classified. Citi reserves the right to determine which purchases qualify. Purchases made at warehouse clubs, discount stores, department stores and convenience stores are excluded.
Expedia Rewards Gold Status
Cardmember's must be logged into their Expedia Rewards account when booking to receive Gold benefits. Only the primary cardholder on the account is eligible for the Expedia Rewards status award. Upgrades at VIP Access™ hotels subject to availability. Amenities at VIP Access™ hotels vary from property to property and are not available at all locations.
$100 Annual Air Travel Fee Credit
You will receive up to $100 in statement credits per calendar year (January through December billing statements) towards eligible airline incidental fees on 8 qualifying airlines and 2 wireless hotspot providers and application fees for either the Global Entry or TSA Pre✓® programs. The statement credit can only be used toward purchases of $100 or less and may be used on multiple purchases until your full $100 benefit has been met. Purchases must be charged on the Expedia® Rewards Voyager card for the benefit to apply. Purchases made by both the primary and authorized users on the account are eligible for the statement credit. The statement credit will appear on the same statement in which the qualifying purchase is billed. You are responsible for payment of all charges on the account regardless of eligibility for statement credit.
Eligible airline incidental fees: Airline incidental fees must be separate charges from airline ticket charges and include purchases such as checked bags, in-flight entertainment or refreshments, in-flight Wi-Fi, or other qualifying purchases that meet the eligibility requirements. Qualified airlines include: Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, and United Airlines. Qualified wireless hotspot providers include: Boingo Wireless and Gogo Inflight Internet.
Global Entry: Please visit cbp.gov/global-entry/about
TSA Pre✓®: Please visit tsa.gov/tsa-precheck
Citi has no control over the application and/or approval process for Global Entry or TSA Pre✓®, and does not have access to any information provided to the government by the cardmember or by the government to the cardmember. Citi has no liability regarding the Global Entry or TSA Pre✓® programs. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) (For Global Entry) and U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) (for TSA Pre✓®) charge an application fee to process each respective application regardless of whether the cardmember's application is approved.
Your card membership year begins the date your account was opened and resets each year on that date. The bonus will be awarded in your anniversary billing period, regardless of when in the year the spend threshold was met.