No, you cannot pay your Costco Credit Card at Costco. Costco Credit Card payments must be made directly to Citibank. There are several ways to make Costco Credit Card payments, including online, by phone, or through the mail. Simply choose the method you find easiest and avoid missing payments to stay away from interest and credit score damage.
The easiest way you can make a Costco Credit Card payment is either online, or by calling customer service at (855) 378-6467. There are alternative options, too, so you can choose whichever is most convenient. And to help you make that determination, we’ll explain each payment method in more detail below.… read full answer
Here’s how to make a Costco Credit Card payment:
Citi online. Sign into your account on the Citibank website. Click the “Payments” tab, select “Make A Payment,” and choose a payment to use to complete the transaction.
Citi mobile app. Citi’s free Apple and Android apps offer the same features as the Citi website. Once you download the app and sign in (same username and password as the web version), you’ll be able to see and pay your bills.
By phone: You can submit payment through an automated service or request to speak to a customer service representative, by calling (855) 378-6467.
By mail. Once you receive your statement for the month, you can mail your check or money order payment to Citi at:
Citibank / Costco Anywhere Visa
P.O. BOX 78019
Phoenix, AZ 85062-8019
Make sure to postmark it by the day the bill is due. Otherwise, you’ll be marked as late.
If you decide not to use the mail, you’ll have the option of paying your Costco credit card bill with an electronic transfer from a checking account, savings account or prepaid card.
In conclusion, there are several ways to make a Citi Costco Credit Card payment. So just choose whichever method is easiest for you. What you don’t want to do is miss payments, as that can seriously damage your credit score.
The new credit card for Costco is the Costco Anywhere Visa. It launched in June 2016 and is great for Costco members. The Anywhere Visa offers 2% cash back on all Costco purchases, in-store and online. It also gives 4% cash back on up to $7,000 spent per year on gas and 3% back on restaurant and travel purchases.… read full answer
The Costco Anywhere Visa card has a $0 annual fee, but is only open to Costco members. Costco membership fees start at $60 per year and can be charged to the Costco card. The Anywhere Visa is issued by Citibank. It replaced the Costco TrueEarnings American Express in 2016 when Costco switched from only accepting American Express to only accepting Visa in all of its stores. The transition made Costco accessible to millions more customers because a lot more people have Visa cards than Amex cards.
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