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When you sign-up for Citi Wallet, you get a $25 statement credit when you spend $25 or more at participating online stores. You have until September 14, 2014.
There are ~480 stores you can shop, with ~15 big name retailers. But there may be a way to get the $25 back at stores not specifically listed!
How to Get the $25 Statement Credit
Link: Citi Wallet
And you must be new to Citi Wallet. The $25 statement credit is only for your 1st purchase.
Business credit cards are NOT eligible.
Note: You can now transfer Citi ThankYou points earned with the Citi Prestige and Citi ThankYou Premier cards to airline and hotel partners.
Step 1 – Sign-Up for Citi Wallet
Use your Citi username and password to sign-in to Citi Wallet. Citi Wallet will you contact you by phone with a security code to confirm your enrollment.
Step 2 – Click “Buy With MasterPass” at a Participating Store
Here is the full list of stores where you can get the $25 statement credit.
You can shop at places such as
After you’ve filled your cart with at least $25 worth of merchandise, click “Buy with MasterPass.”
Step 3 – Select Citi Wallet
Then enter your Citi user ID and password and click “Checkout.” And place your order from your shopping cart.
Remember, it must be a single purchase of at least $25 with a personal Citi MasterCard, made by September 14, 2014.
You should see your statement credit within 2 billing cycles.
You May Be Able to Save $25 at Even More Places
- Burger King
- Lands’ End
- TGI Fridays
I haven’t tried to buy an e-gift card with this promotion but I haven’t seen any fine print that says they’re excluded. So you might be able to get $25 off your next trip to the movies or your next meal!
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