Citi Credit Card Apple Pay Offer — Earn Up to $15 Back for Making a Few Easy Payments

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INSIDER SECRET: You can use Apple Pay for more than just online purchases. In the past I took advantage of a similar Amex Offer by loading my local transit card online and paying through Apple Pay.

Some Citi Credit Card accounts are being targeted with offers to earn cash back for using Apple Pay. There is an opportunity to earn a statement credit of $10 or $15, depending on which offer you are eligible for (if any).

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Citi Credit Card Apple Pay Promotion

Million Mile Secrets editor, Jasmin, was targeted for a one-time $10 statement credit after making five purchases through Apple Pay with her Citi Prestige card. The purchases must be made by September 30, 2019, and the combined total of all five transactions must be $10 or more.

There is also another offer out there for a $15 statement credit after making three purchases with your eligible Citi credit card through Apple Pay. The three transactions must total at least $50 and be made by September 30, 2019.

Apple Pay isn’t as widely accepted as Samsung Pay because Samsung Pay works with any credit card reader, while for Apple Pay to work you’ll need to find a card reader equipped to handle contactless payments. That said, Apple Pay is accepted at tons of brick-and-mortar and online stores.

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