Earn Points & Help A Great Cause With Citi Credit Cards

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I’ve just got an email from Citi announcing a great opportunity for anyone with a Citi credit card or Citibank debit card to help out with a very good cause. The cause is the “No Kid Hungry” campaign and it takes minimal effort on the part of cardholders to help make a difference so there’s very little excuse not to join in.

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How This Works

It really couldn’t be simpler.

  • Enroll your Citi credit card or Citi debit card online (link)
  • Use your enrolled card when you eat out.
  • For every $5 you spend eating out (through 1 December 2019) Citi will donate $1 to the No Kid Hungry campaign up to a total of $2,000,000.

When I received the email from Citi it referenced my Prestige card but as far as I can see there’s nothing in any of the literature that Citi has sent out which would prevent holders of other Citi cards from participating.

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Clearly, if you have the Citi Prestige card that’s the card you should be using in this campaign as you’ll earn 5 points per dollar at all eateries and you’ll be helping out a great cause too….but don’t let the absence of the Prestige card from your wallet stop you from helping out – it looks like any Citi card will do and I’m pretty sure most readers will have at least one of those.