Expedia+ Voyager Citi card: Should You Get This Travel Rewards Card?

By Gavin | July 26, 2018

Expedia+ Voyager Citi card: Should You Get This Travel Rewards Card?

It's talking about travel watch credit cards, it has some good features, it will provide points after spending, and have the rewind feature, If you purchase something and find out that it's a lower price within a 60 days of initially purchasing it, they will refund you the difference, and also give travel protections as most credit cards have, baggage delayed, row cancellation.

We're talking about travel watch credit cards, today's credit card is the speedier plus Voyager card.

Let's take a look at this card first, the annual fee here is $95, so there is an annual fee of $95 you have to pay every year, it looks like it's not waived for the first year, so you'll have to pay that probably after the first month of getting the card, the bonus here is 25,000 bonus points, and that's after spending $2,000 within the first three months, that's the minimum spends, not too hard to hit with two thousand in that 2000 Mims, and it's probably not that difficult, and with the 25,000 points that will get you to redeem Abul for $350 towards a VIP access hotel today. That's something you'll have to check out through Expedia.

I don't personally use Expedia's website, but this $350 is definitely a good perk to have or a good credit to have towards the hotel stay now. Looking on down here, let's see the Earned possibilities here, the Earned possibility is for Expedia points for every dollar spent, and that's purchases of flights hotels activities and travel packages, so that's not bad, that's pretty decent, then you'll get Expedia bonus points for dining and entertainment, tickets, and concerts, movies interesting and sporting events, so get two points for every dollar spent and then one point for every dollar spent on everything else, you also get this annual $100 travel credit, and that's for incidentals and also you can use it for global entry, which is nice. Like I say all the time, you have to get global entry, it's definitely a perk.

Let's see here you'll get 5,000 additional Expedia points after spending ten thousand dollars in the prior year, so that's not bad, you get gold status, that's good, and they also have the rewind feature. If you purchase something and find out that it's a lower price within a 60 days of initially purchasing it, they will refund you the difference, that's pretty good, I've had a few city travel cards and I like them, this is just the travel partners, it is not as good as a chase card, but they're still not bad.

Moving on down to the same features as the Expedia plus, there are some things that are just most credit cards will have, and these travel protections most credit cards have, baggage delayed, row cancellation that type stuff, that's nothing unique.

Then the extended warranty I talked a little bit about this, when I talked about the Expedia plus card, you always want to use your credit card, if you are making large purchases, because if they have a year warranty then it will double that year warranty and make it two years, so that's good, concierge service and Apple pay, it's pretty much the same there, so overall ninety-five dollars, if you're one of these people that uses Expedia, then you might be able to get some value out of this long term, maybe not, because you're really stuck to using Expedia, and they don't have other than in speedy, you don't have any other travel partner to transfer your points to, it doesn't say anything on here about having to thank you reward points being able to transfer up there, so you really stuck with using Expedia, that will limit you.

But all in all, if you like using the Expedia, this is one of those cards you should consider, and that's pretty good.