Citi and Sears are joining forces for a new acquisition bonus for the popular Shop Your Way Mastercard®. Through January 20223, new cardmembers can earn a $75 statement credit every time they spend $500 with their card – up to $225 in credits. Here’s everything you need to know about Citi’s latest sign-up bonus for the Shop Your Way credit card:
Earn up to $225 Back in Statement Credits
Consumers with a rewards card in their wallet use those rewards to treat themselves and make purchases they wouldn’t normally make. That is the biggest finding of a 2021 Citi survey with The Harris Poll. To help attract new cardmembers, Citi is offering a lucrative Shop Your Way Mastercard® sign-up bonus.
Beginning May 8, 2022, newly-approved Shop Your Way Mastercard cardmembers can earn a $75 statement credit for every $500 spent, up to $225, on eligible purchases made within their first 90 days with the card. The statement credits will be automatically applied and credited to the account within eight weeks after the 90-day window. This offer is available for new cardmembers until January 28, 2023.
About the Shop Your Way Mastercard
Shop Your Way Mastercard cardmembers earn Shop Your Way Global Points on everyday purchases, including:
- 5% back on qualifying gas station purchases. This doesn’t include gas available at superstores or warehouse clubs
- 3% back on qualifying restaurants, including fast food places, bars, and cafes. This doesn’t include restaurants located inside another store
- 3% back on qualifying grocery store purchases. This doesn’t include superstores, warehouse clubs, or convenience stores
- 2% back on Sears and Kmart purchases made in-store*
Global Points earned with the Citi Shop Your Way Sears credit card are redeemable for gift cards on the Shop Your Way website or the Shop Your Way MAX App. Points are also redeemable for immediate savings on purchases at Sears, Sears Hometown Stores, and their online platforms. Available gift cards include options for hundreds of popular brands, including Airbnb, Sephora, Uber, and Walmart.
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