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Citi is Sending Out New ThankYou Point Spend Offers
Citibank is no stranger to sending out spending offers on their cards, especially for sock drawer cards. They even decided to send out some of the worst authorized user offers known to man kind not too long ago.
My wife’s Citi ThankYou Preferred card recently got a decent offer through the snail mail. The offer is not as good as the ones Citi was sending out at the end of last year but it is something.
Details on the Offer
The details for the ThankYou Premier offer are as follows:
- Earn 5 ThankYou points per dollar in the following categories
- Clothing Stores
- Computer & Electronics Store
- Department Stores
- Toy Stores
- She can earn up to 2,500 points
- She must register by 2/28/18
- The offer lasts until 3/31/18
This is a pretty good offer because of the electronics store category. I would assume Best Buy falls into that category. Some Best Buy locations sell Visa gift cards which makes this a quick and easy way to rack up 2,500 ThankYou points, worth $31.25, for a minimal cost.
Citibank usually sends out offers for multiple cards at the same time. If you received an offer for this card or any others let us know in the comments section and I will add it in.
If you received an offer you input your activation code HERE.
This is a pretty decent spending offer although it is limited in the amount of points you can rack up. It is good to see them trying to entice current cardmembers. Especially for a no annual fee credit card.
Do you think this is a good offer? How would you utilize it? Let me know in the comments as well as let me know if you got a spending offer on any other Citi cards.
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