Citi extends 1% cashback offer on Apple Pay

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on January 25, 2022 Fact Checked
Citi extends 1% cashback offer on Apple Pay

Citi has extended its 1% cashback offer on Apple Pay purchases through 21 March.

Customers can redeem the cashback offer on all Apple Pay transactions up to the value of $2,500 each month - up to $25 cashback.

The offer is only available to primary account holders, and the cashback amount will be credited within 10 weeks of transacting. 

Redemption starts by customers adding their Citi Debit Card to their Apple Pay wallet on iOS devices.

The offer ends 21 March, and customers must claim cashback by 15 May if they have not received it by 22 April.

Compare Debit Card Cashback Offers

While cashback offers are more common on credit cards, there are some debit cards in the market offering as such.

For example, on HSBC's Everyday Global account customers can earn 2% cashback on tap and pay purchases under $100.

This applies to Visa payWave, Apple Pay and Google Pay transactions, with the maximum cashback $50 per calendar month - implying a $2,500 monthly spend.


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            Rates based on a savings balance of $10,000. Sorted by total interest rates. Refer to providers' websites for bonus rate conditions and for any applicable fees and charges. Rates correct as of May 26, 2022. View disclaimer.

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            Harrison is's Assistant Editor. Prior to joining Savings in January 2020, he worked for some of Australia's largest comparison sites and media organisations. With a keen interest in the economy, housing policy, and personal finance, Harrison strives to deliver and edit news and guides that are engaging, thought-provoking, and simple to read.


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