Citi is coming through with a great offer worth $400 for the gift-giving season. It’s this week’s Free Money Friday and it is just in time for you to use all of your holiday shopping to your benefit!
How to Earn Your $400 Sign Up Bonus
Sign up for the Citi Thank You Preferred Card.
Spend $3,000 in the first six months and earn 20,000 bonus Thank You Points.
Spend $3,000 in the next six months and earn 20,000 more bonus Thank You Points.
Redeem your points for gift cards, merchandise, cash or travel (40,000 points = $400 in gift cards!).
Citi Terms & Conditions
No annual fee.
No expiration of points and no limit to how many you can earn.
More on Thank You Points
Thank You Points. Thank You points can be earned at 1 point per $1 purchased but with the Citi Thank You Preferred Card, you also receive an anniversary bonus every year you’re a cardmember.
How can I meet the spending requirement? We have some great ideas on how to meet the spend minimums for this offer so make sure you take a look.
Redeeming for gift cards. You can redeem your points for gift cards from Amazon, iTunes, Gap, Best Buy, Bloomingdale’s, and CVS among others. Great options for gift-giving! Also, check out the best way to maximize Citi Thank You points.
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