Travel Card Perk: Presale Tickets With Citi Credit Cards

Rachel SmithAugust 24, 2018
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Citibank offers its cardholders early access to entertainment, sports and dining events through its Citi Private Pass portal, and one of the best free benefits is access to presale tickets for concerts. You won’t get a discount on the tickets, but you’ll have the chance to buy them before the general public does. This great perk might be the best way to snag presale tickets and VIP packages to hot concerts that could sell out quickly. Some of the latest presale offers for concerts include:

Anyone can view the presale benefits, but only people holding Citi cards, such as the Citi® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® World Elite™ Mastercard®, will have early access to tickets for sought-after events.

What’s the passcode?

Passcodes may be required to access certain events, and they typically are listed on the purchase page when you click on an event purchase link. If Citi Private Pass redirects you to a different ticket sale site, such as Ticketmaster or Live Nation, the passcode is the first six digits of your Citi credit card or debit card. Check out the Citi Private Pass FAQs for additional information.

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