Get a $30 Statement Credit After Making 3 $30 Amazon Purchases With Select Citi Cards

Nov 14, 2018

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Check your email, because you may have received an email from Citi offering you a statement credit for Amazon purchases.

If you’re selected for this offer, you’ll receive a one‑time $30 statement credit after you make at least three purchases of $30 or more each at Amazon.com with your eligible Citi credit card. These purchases must post to your account between Nov. 14 and Dec. 31, and then the statement credit will be applied to your account within two billing cycles after the eligible purchases post to your account.

If you don’t see an email from Citi but want to search your inbox, the title of my email was “Kathryn, earn $30 back when you shop at Amazon.com with Citi.” Reports show that this offer is available to select cardholders of the Citi Prestige (sign ups will reopen in January 2019), Citi Premier® Card and Citi Double Cash Card. Plus, a similar offer of 5% back on Amazon purchases up to $25 has been reported on the Citi Simplicity® Card.

The information for the Citi Simplicity offer has been collected independently by The Points Guy. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the card issuer.

Besides the statement credit, another benefit of purchasing items with your Citi card is the excellent shopping protection Citi offers on most of its credit cards. For example, even the no-annual-fee Citi Double Cash Card offers Citi Price Rewind, extended warranty protection, return protection and damage and theft protection.

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