Targeted: Citi Offering $10 Back For Premier and Prestige Purchases Via Digital Wallet

Apr 27, 2019

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Citi appears to be offering a nice statement credit for Citi Prestige and Citi Premier® Card cardholders who have paired their cards with a digital wallet like Apple Pay, Samsung Pay or Google Pay.

As a Citi Premier cardholder, I received an email from Citi offering me a one-time $10 statement credit after I’ve made five eligible purchases totaling $10 or more using Apple Pay, between April 26 and June 30, 2019. If you made five purchases of exactly $10 in order to trigger the statement credit, you’d enjoy a solid 20% return.

Fellow TPGer Josh Leibner, a Citi Prestige cardholder and Android user, received a similar $10 statement credit offer after making five eligible purchases totaling $10 or more using Samsung Pay between April 26 and June 30, 2019.

Alyssa Haak, a Citi ThankYou Preferred cardholder, received a slightly different offer. She’s eligible for a one-time $20 statement credit after making three eligible purchases of $20 or more via Apple Pay, between March 25 and May 31, 2019.

If you aren’t seeing the offer in your inbox, try adding your Citi card to a digital wallet, and let us know in comments if you’ve been targeted as well.

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