Posted by Chuck on August 3, 2017
Credit Cards

Published on August 3rd, 2017 | by Chuck


Citi Prestige 75,000 Point Signup Bonus Now Publicly Available

The 75,000 Citi Prestige offer is now publicly available on the Citi site.

Direct Link to offer

A couple of weeks ago, Citi increased the signup bonus on the Prestige card to 75,000 Thank You points after $7,500 in spend, but only TPG had the 75k link, Citi’s regular site showed the old 40k offer, and that’s the one all other affiliates had too. TPG had an exclusive on it until today, August 3rd.

The 75,000 offer is now showing on Citi’s site. You can find it at the direct link above, or by googling ‘Citi Prestige,’ or by visiting and finding it among the other credit cards there.

You might need to use a cookie-free browser to see the offer. Incognito is an easy way to see it. Read our original post for full details and analysis on this offer.

One thing to keep in mind is that blogs and websites who are Citi affiliates don’t seem to have the 75k link yet. Presumably, they’ll get it tomorrow or sometime soon. If I were applying, I’d wait until they get the links so I can support a blogger who provides value to me. We don’t use credit card affiliate links here on Doctorofcredit.

Hat tip to reader yet another redditer

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38 Responses to Citi Prestige 75,000 Point Signup Bonus Now Publicly Available

  1. CM says:

    I still have CSR. Can I procrastinate applying for this one for a month or two?

    BTW, when will my CSR AF post? I applied early Sept, prior fee was in Oct, IIRC. Will it be Oct again? Does it mean I’ll have until end of Oct to PC and have the fee refunded, is I so choose?

  2. sa13doc says:

    Can you do MS to complete $7500 spend requirement??

    • Chuck says:

      I don’t recall any specific concern with Citi, but as always, tread carefully.

      • NinjaX says:

        i would clarify that and say many have been shut down by citi already so everyone should be looking at the FT shutdown thread. people just have not been talking about it recently.

    • Jts says:

      I think Citi is MS-friendly in general. I usually get one or two fraud alerts that block my $1011.90 cvs transaction but once I clear those up it’s downhill from there.

  3. Daniel says:

    Does Citi match offers if you already applied?

  4. MontyFC says:

    If I apply online, is the annual fee reduced automatically if I am Citi priority? In branch offer is 50k/5k w/ $350 fee.

    Debating whether I should apply online for 75k offer and try to get the fee reduced, or apply in branch with reduced fee and then match to get 25k extra points.

  5. Avi says:

    What is it with these banks showing better offers in incognito instead of regular window?!! I am tired of this BS, first Amex and now Citi.

  6. P says:

    I al seeing 40k bonus when I get to the page via the direct link above. Am I doing anything wrong?

  7. SRT says:

    I have the Prestige since 3 years. Can I get another Prestige and still be eligible for the 75k bonus?

  8. Gina says:

    It’s been two years since I opened/closed a typ card. I have the premier open still so if I apply for the prestige and get approved, then I can close my premier card but will my 30K typ be okay because I’ll start earning points on the prestige or will I lose them? I’m assuming applying for premier isn’t an option since I already have one open?

    • Miles Hustler says:

      If you apply and get approved for the Prestige, you should NOT do anything to your Premier (downgrade/close.etc) until your points for the Prestige posts. If you combine your TYP between your accounts, and keep both accounts open, your existing points will be safe; if you close any account, the TYPs earned on that account will expire within 30-90days (you can call to ask the exact period, but won’t disappear right away).

  9. Karen Stafford says:

    We are trying to decide between getting my husband the Citi Prestige or the Citi AA Executive. We are not concerned with on-going points earning on either card since we are only enrolling at this point for the sign up bonus (we prefer to use our Chase Reserve card for most purchases). My husband is an authorized user on my Citi Prestige card. Does anyone know if that will exclude him from receiving the 75K bonus if he applies?

  10. Emily says:

    If you have Citi Priority do you have to apply in branch to get the reduced annual fee?

  11. Alex says:

    Hey,guys. I have credit length for one year and just opened Citi Account Package the end of June, No Citi Credit Card, do you think how hard if I wanna get this card?

    • Irshad says:

      In my opinion. Any premium cards will not be approved with thin credit history. They would want to see a good established credit before approving you. One exception is American express. They are the most easy to get approved. Try one of those first. Just my 2 cents

  12. BD says:

    I called a local branch around Los Angeles to see if they can do application with $350 AF for non priority or gold account member. The banker said yes, so I went to the branch to apply. I double-checked with him right after I arrived, and he said he had done many before. The banker submitted the application without even going through the terms and disclosures with me. When I knew he had submitted, I asked to see the terms and disclosures, and found that it was an application with $450 AF. I was very upset, and asked why it was not the $350 AF one. He said he did not know what’s the problem, and he had done one two weeks ago and there was no problem. I felt that I was tricked. He should know the right way to do it, but did not do it for me. or even if he did not know how to do it, he knew I wanted a $350 one (which I made it clear was why I took trouble to apply in branch instead of online), but went ahead to submit a $450 one while intentionally not go through terms/disclosures with me. Did he really try to trick me? What can I do to?

  13. Sat says:

    The first paragraph says after $3,000 spend, I think it needs to be corrected as $7,500 spend.

  14. DJ says:

    Anyone having luck being matched from the 50,000 offer? I asked twice by secure message but refused both times (same rep unfortunately).

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