Citi Premier 70,000/75,000 Points Signup Bonus ($95 Annual Fee Not Waived) – In Branch Only (Match Online)

Update 5/5/21: Deal is now 70,000 points for Citi checking customers and 75,000 points for Citi Gold members. Available in branch.

Update 2/10/21: Still available.

Update 6/27/20: There is also an offer of 70,000 points available in branch for Citi Gold members. I imagine it’s possible for Citi Gold members to match this offer online as well. Hat tip to reader Mary

Update 3/18/20: People have been successfully matched to this offer even when they have applied online. Particularly useful at the moment

Update 3/4/20: Has been extended again until 3/6/20 so seems to be confirmed to be constantly extended. Hat tip to TNSepta

Update 2/23/20: Reader cy1111 reports that it’s now available through 2/27/20. Seems like they just keep extended it for the following week.

Update 2/19/20: Now showing an end date of 2/20/20. Hat tip chowfuntime

Update 2/9/20: Deal is showing an end date of 2/13, not sure if this normally just gets auto extended or not.

The Offer

No direct link to offer, available in branch only

  • Signup for the Citi Premier card and get 65,000 ThankYou points as a bonus after you spend $4,000 within the first three months.

Card Details

Our Verdict

Current online sign up bonus is 60,000 points with the same minimum spend requirement, so this is basically an additional 5,000 points if you apply in branch. We have seen an offer of 60,000 points with the annual fee waived in the past.

Keep in mind, the bonus is not available if you’ve opened or closed a Citi Rewards+, Preferred, Premier, or Prestige card within the past 24 months. As always make sure you read these things everybody should know about Citi credit cards before applying. We’ll add this to our list of the best credit card sign up bonuses.

Hat tip to eeejkm

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Slaven (@guest_1219560)
July 8, 2021 11:40

@wiiliamCharles – Public offer is 80k after $4k spend with $95 annual fee.

July 8, 2021 15:20

Thanks, posted now

Frank (@guest_1201695)
June 6, 2021 13:23

How many Citi Premier cards can one hold? If I got approved for one, then another in 24 months, could I get a 3rd, all without closing the first 2?

Jeff (@guest_1197462)
May 28, 2021 14:09

Anyone applied for this card recently and has matched?

Bake (@guest_1193219)
May 19, 2021 08:56

Anyone able to match online?

JR (@guest_1194677)
May 22, 2021 14:37

Also curious

Nathan (@guest_1189549)
May 11, 2021 14:01

Also got the 70,000 points offer in branch without a bank account. Banker told me though this offer ends on 05/13/2021 so could be a different deal from what’s in the link. Might need to hurry if you want to get this.

Rj (@guest_1216728)
July 3, 2021 00:35

Can confirm as of 7/3 this offer is still valid with a similar expiry (7/8 in this case). Didn’t end up pulling the trigger in-branch but gave me comfort in knowing that the offer is still around.

Brent (@guest_1189068)
May 10, 2021 20:30

Just as a data point. I was able to get 70,000 points with no banking relationship with Citi. Not sure if you need me to send you the flyer.

Zz (@guest_1189271)
May 11, 2021 03:03

can i get the flyer pls?, thanks

ps (@guest_1189502)
May 11, 2021 12:36
Please send me as well. Thank you.

random (@guest_1189575)
May 11, 2021 14:36

Please shar with me. Thanks.

Brent (@guest_1190612)
May 13, 2021 00:59 Not sure if I can post a link to an image.

ps (@guest_1187577)
May 7, 2021 10:20

this is what i got from chat today.

“I can see the offer you are currently enrolled in is 60k offer.

The 70k offer has been put on hold. In this case, I request you not to worry

The default and current offer is only for 60k”

Delson (@guest_1186943)
May 5, 2021 21:46

It seems like this offer is just for current customers. I should be able to just create an account and qualify right?

AZ (@guest_1186991)
May 6, 2021 00:22

They don’t actually care.

samsimon (@guest_1174023)
April 9, 2021 13:34

“bonus is not available if you’ve opened or closed a Citi Rewards+, Preferred, Premier, or Prestige card within the past 24 months.” if I downgraded Premier to totally different one, does it count as closed?
I got it

Rajadat (@guest_1186938)
May 5, 2021 21:40

If your card number changed when downgrading, Citi typically deems that a closed account which means you’ll need to wait out the 24 months. I recently PC’d DC to Premier and card number was maintained.

Justin (@guest_1147356)
February 19, 2021 10:36

This has been asked before, but not recently: can anybody please point me to a photo or screenshot of the 65,000 in-branch offer (not the Citi Gold offer). Seems that this is a requirement to get a match from the 60,000 point standard offer. Thanks.

Justmeha (@guest_1187011)
May 6, 2021 01:51

Justin did you manege to get it matched?