25,000 or $250 Citi PremierPass Elite Promotion

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I guess offering 25,000 points is becoming the norm for a lot of the annual fee type cards these days and Citi has thrown its hat into the ring for a share of your wallet. If you apply for their Citi PremierPass Elite Level credit card and make a purchase within the first two months, they’ll credit you with 25,000 points worth a round trip ticket or $250 in gift cards.

It’s not as sizzling hot as the $250 American Express Business Gold card promotion (since that card waives the annual fee) or the now expired $250 Chase Freedom card promotion, but it’s still better than nothing, right?

I don’t know how long the promotion will last since I pulled it from the Citi homepage but there probably isn’t much a rush.

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2 Responses to “25,000 or $250 Citi PremierPass Elite Promotion”

  1. dianefromPA says:

    We recently got a wonderful offer from American Express in the mail; a Rewards Plus Gold card with annual payment waived the first year and 50000 points (worth two round trip airline tickets) after charging $500 to the card.
    Both my husband and I got offers and according to their brochure we each could have gotten a card.
    I decided to apply and was accepted. Am now awaiting the card in the mail. My husband didn’t apply (although he still might, there is a couple of weeks left to apply) because we weren’t certain we would use another couple of tickets before the year was up.
    I wonder what list we were on to get these offers.


  2. kelli says:

    hey diane, I just got the same card, but the only offer they mentioned was the “25000 points after first purchase.” did they give any sort of promotion code along with the offer they sent you? I’d like to follow this up with them and see if the “spend 500, get 50000 points” thing applies to me also. I’m taking me brother to his first year of college this weekend, and I’m pretty sure I would rack up $500 in no time, so this would be good to know. thanks!

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