Amazon Citi ThankYou Offer, Use 1 Points to Save Up to $30

Amazon Citi ThankYou offer

Amazon Citi ThankYou Offer, Use 1 Points to Save Up to $30

If you have a Citi ThankYou card then you can save up to $30 on Amazon purchases. This new promotion is targeted as usual, but you can quickly check if you are targeted. To get the discount you need to have at least one ThankYou point and use it for your purchase. Check out the details of the Amazon Citi ThankYou offer below.

Offer

Get a discount of 20% when you make a purchase at Amazon and use at least one ThankYou point. Just activate the offer at the link below if you are targeted. Maximum savings of $30.

Direct link to offer.

Offer Terms

  • The promotion will end at 11:59PM PST on 10/31/2021, or when the cumulative value of redeemed promotion codes reaches $200,000, whichever is earlier. The promotional code will expire concurrently.
  • To redeem the offer, you must be logged into an Amazon.com account, have an eligible Citi credit card loaded into that Amazon.com account, and use ThankYou Points to pay for all or part of your purchase(s).
  • This offer is not available to eligible Citi cardmembers who have previously used ThankYou Points to shop at Amazon.com in the past twelve (12) months.
  • The maximum benefit you may receive from this offer is $30. Limit one promotional code per eligible Amazon.com account.
  • Offer only applies to eligible products sold by Amazon.com. Offer excludes digital content.
  • Promotional codes (including those placed directly in Amazon.com accounts) may not be redeemed for Amazon Gift Cards.

Guru’s Wrap-up

This is an easy discount if you are eligible and have Citi ThankYou points from cards like Citi Premier. This is normally not a good use of your Citi ThankYou points, but you can just use one point to get the discount. You can save up to $30, which means that the discount can be maximized with a $150 purchase or products sold directly from Amazon.

HT: DoC

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