Citi ThankYou® Rewards Members Can Now Shop With Points at Amazon.com

Citi ThankYou® Rewards Members Can Now Shop With Points at Amazon.com

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Citi ThankYou® Rewards members now have another place where they can use their ThankYou Points: Amazon.com. Beginning this holiday shopping season, eligible Citi ThankYou members can use their points to purchase millions of products at Amazon.com. ThankYou members with a Citi credit card enrolled in Citi ThankYou Rewards are currently eligible to use their points at Amazon.com.

“We want to give our members more choices when using their ThankYou Points – whether they want to enjoy travel, live entertainment or fashion and toys. Now they can select from millions of products at Amazon.com and use their ThankYou Points to pay immediately by linking their ThankYou and Amazon accounts,” said Mary Hines, Head of ThankYou Rewards at Citi.

Highlights of the program include:

  • ThankYou members can select from millions of eligible products at Amazon.com including electronics, sporting goods, apparel, toys and more.
  • Members can pay for their entire eligible Amazon.com order with ThankYou Points, including tax & shipping.
  • Members can choose to pay for part of their eligible order in ThankYou Points and use an eligible Citi credit card to pay the difference.
  • Amazon Prime members receive Amazon Prime benefits when making eligible Amazon Shop With Points purchases.

ThankYou members who have a Citibank checking account that earns ThankYou Points may combine it with their eligible Citi credit card ThankYou Rewards account, allowing them to make the points earned with their checking account available for use at Amazon.com.

For complete program information including details on linking your ThankYou and Amazon.com accounts, visit www.amazon.com/citithankyourewards or https://www.thankyou.com/amazon.

About Citi ThankYou Rewards

The ThankYou Rewards program gives Citi customers more earning power across their entire banking relationship, from personal and corporate credit card purchases to their Citibank checking account. ThankYou members have the ability to combine points earned from credit purchases and other Citibank accounts into one ThankYou account. ThankYou members can choose from millions of rewards, including travel on any airline with no blackout dates, electronics, gift cards, cash, live entertainment and merchandise. Members can also work with a Wish Specialist® to custom build rewards based on their needs and interests – ranging from home entertainment systems to kayak lessons.

Citi ThankYou Rewards also gives members flexibility to transfer points to another ThankYou member free of charge. They can browse the ThankYou merchandise catalog and redeem rewards on their smartphone with the ThankYou Rewards App, or pool points together with other ThankYou members with the ThankYou Point Sharing App on Facebook towards a common goal or charitable cause.

About Citi

Citi, the leading global bank, has approximately 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions. Citi provides consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, transaction services, and wealth management.

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