Several months ago, it was announced that Citi Price Rewind would become less generous. Specifically, the total limit for claims annually was scheduled to drop from $2,500 per year ($500 per claim) to just $1,000 per year in total claims (up to $200 per individual claim). Doctor of Credit reports that sources have confirmed that the $2,500 total cap will remain until January 1, 2019 (capped at $200 per claim), though we haven’t yet seen clear evidence from Citi’s side on this.
Above are the old limits. Unfortunately, we haven’t yet seen an official statement from Citi. At this point, the Citi Price Rewind website still shows the new limit of up to $1,000 per year in claims as shown below:
Doctor of Credit states that the $200 per claim cap has gone into effect as of yesterday, but we know for sure whether the reported $2500 total claims cap only applies to existing cardholders or whether newly approved applicants will also have access to the higher limit until January.
If anyone submits Price Rewind claims in the coming days, please share your data points as to how much you have submitted and whether or not they are ultimately approved so that we can gather more definitive information from readers and report back.