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Your order must be placed by November 23, 2014. Find out how to get your $10 credit! In general, it is a bad idea to use points as credit at Amazon. But in this case…
How to Earn $10 Amazon Credit With Citi ThankYou
Step 1 – Link Your Citi ThankYou Card to Amazon
To link your Citi ThankYou card to Amazon, just sign-in to your Amazon account. Then visit the Citi Shop with Points page.
Step 2 – Shop
Add items that cost $10 or more to your cart. Amazon gift cards are excluded. But you can purchase gift cards to other retail stores and restaurants.
Step 3 – Select Your Card and Enter the Promotional Code
Once you have added the items you’d like to purchase to your cart, select the Citi ThankYou card you’d like to pay with. Then enter any number of points you want to use towards your total.
Cards that earn Citi ThankYou points include:
|Cards With Points That Directly Transfer to Travel Partners||Cards With Points That Transfer ONLY If You Have a Card From First Column|
|Citi ThankYou Premier||Citi ThankYou Preferred|
|Citi Prestige||Citi ThankYou Preferred for College Students|
|Citi Chairman||CitiBusiness ThankYou (No Longer Available)|
|Citi AT&T Access More|
Then enter promotional code “SWP10TYP” and you should see your $10 credit on the final check-out page.
Use your Citi ThankYou points to make a purchase of $10 or more on Amazon and get a $10 credit. You can use as little as 1 Citi ThankYou point to qualify for the credit.
Add the items to your cart and then enter promo code “SWP10TYP”.
Amazon gift card do NOT qualify, but you can purchase gift cards to other retailers and restaurants.
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