Citi Prestige 75K is still alive

US Credit Card Guide is reporting that the Citi Prestige 75,000 point signup bonus offer is still alive in-branch through tomorrow. You would have to go in-branch to apply and they are showing a screen shot of a marketing material showing an end date of 10/7/17, so this is truly a last call. The online offer has already changed back to no signup bonus, so if you’re looking to take advantage of a signup bonus on the Prestige card, this looks like your last shot for a while.

As a reminder, this offer requires spending $7,500 in the first 3 months and the card has a $450 annual fee ($350 for Citigold / Citi Priority or Private Client members) and includes a $250 annual airfare credit and the 4th night free benefit. I recently wrote about my experience using the trip delay protection with this card (See: My $500 trip delay claim with Citi Prestige) and I was impressed with the ease of using it, even at the max end.

YMMV as to whether or not this is available in all branches.

H/T: Us Credit Card Guide

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Are you able to get the $250 airline fee credit over two calendar years and one annual fee?


Is it possible to get the $250 airline fee credit if you buy a gift card directly from the airline?