Get $15 for $100+ Spend With Amazon When Paying With 1 Citi ThankYou Point

Nov 28, 2018

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Update 11/28/18 9:50am ET: Some readers are reporting that this promo code is no longer valid.

Following in the footsteps of its Amex and Chase competitors, Citi is now offering targeted customers $15 off $100 on Amazon purchases when shoppers use at least one Citi ThankYou point along with the promo code CITITURKEY5. The deal should also work on third-party gift cards. 

This offer is less clear than its competitors, as some Doctor of Credit readers reported that the promo took $15 off of a $60 spend (up to 25% savings), while others reported $15 off of purchases of $100 or more, and still others haven’t been able to take advantage of the promotion at all.

Here’s how to take advantage of the promotion:

  • Link your Citi ThankYou account to your Amazon account if you haven’t already done so. Note that if your Citi card isn’t already linked, it can take up to 24 hours before you are able to utilize the promotional discount.
  • Add $100 or more worth of items shipped and sold by Amazon to your shopping cart
  • At checkout, select your linked Citi ThankYou card as your payment method
  • Select the number of ThankYou Points you want to use for the purchase. (We suggest using just 1 ThankYou Point.)

Your $15 discount will automatically be applied at checkout.

Certain targeted lucky cardholders will be able to combine this Amazon promotion with the $30 statement credit promo from Citi when making three $30 purchases.

Featured photo by Guido Mieth/Getty Images.

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