Limited Time: Citi Credit Cards Offer Holiday Bonus on Online Purchases

Melissa LambarenaNovember 19, 2020
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Move over, cranberry sauce, Citi is sweetening up Thanksgiving week with a holiday bonus for current holders of Citi-branded consumer and small-business credit cards.

In time for Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping, eligible cardholders can earn 5% back on up to $500 spent on online purchases from Nov. 24 to Nov. 30, 2020. That’s a potential value of $25, enough to help defray the cost of a turkey or holiday gift. If you meet the spending requirement, the bonus gets delivered to your account as a statement credit.

You can rake in even more value on top of Black Friday or Cyber Monday discounts with an eligible Citi credit card that already earns ongoing rewards. If you have the $0-annual-fee Citi® Double Cash Card – 18 month BT offer, for example, you could earn a combined rate of 7% cash back, or $35, with this promotion. The card earns 2% cash back on all purchases: 1% when you buy, then 1% when you pay it off.

Most co-branded credit cards don't qualify for this limited-time offer, and neither do accounts opened after Oct. 23, 2020. Terms apply.

Additionally, if you have multiple Citi cards, you can enroll only one card for this offer. To determine whether your card is eligible to enroll, log into your account online or in the app. Go to the "Offers for You" page online or the "Products and Offers" section on the services tab in the mobile app. If you prefer to talk to a person, you can call the number on the back of your card to ask if you qualify.

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