Yes, Citi Diamond Preferred does offer extended warranty protection. The Citi Diamond Preferred extended warranty policy will lengthen the original manufacturer’s warranty by up to 2 extra years, for warranties of 5 years or less. The extended warranty ensures repairs or replacements of eligible items, up to the amount charged on your Citi Diamond Preferred card, or $10,000, whichever is less.
Citi Diamond Preferred extended warranty protection does not cover motorized vehicles, live animals, live plants, or used items, among other things. For more details on this perk’s terms and conditions, refer to the guide to benefits that came with your Citi Diamond Preferred or contact Citibank customer service at (800) 950-5114.
In addition to extended warranty coverage, the Citi Diamond Preferred offers purchase protection and zero liability protection. It also has an annual fee of $0. All in all, the Citi Diamond Preferred card is a good credit card for people looking to finance their purchases or existing debt.
Citibank offers extended warranty protection on some of its credit cards. With Citibank extended warranty coverage, the original manufacturer’s warranty will last up to 2 extra years when a covered item is purchased with an eligible Citibank credit card. Citibank extended warranty coverage applies to warranties of 7 years or less.… read full answer
The maximum coverage amount per item under the Citibank extended warranty policy is $10,000.
Popular Citibank Credit Cards with an Extended Warranty
Citi Premier® Card
Citi Rewards+® Card
Citi Prestige® Card
Citi® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® World Elite Mastercard®
Citi Simplicity® Card
Citi® Diamond Preferred® Card
American Airlines AAdvantage MileUp℠ Card
Keep in mind that not all Citibank credit cards offer the extended warranty benefit. Information on covered items and exclusions can be found in the guide to benefits that came with your credit card, or you can ask Citibank customer service about these details before you apply for the card.
The Citi Double Cash Card extended warranty cover is no longer offered. Citi discontinued this benefit on Sept. 22, 2019. It used to add 2 years to an existing warranty on eligible Citi Double Cash Card purchases, up to a total of 7 years of coverage.
The card’s previous extended warranty coverage, though, still applies for purchases made before the 22nd of September 2019. If this is your case, it is worth noting that eligible purchases must come with some kind of warranty, whether it’s included from the manufacturer or purchased by you at the time. Products without an existing warranty won’t be covered.… read full answer
You can file a Citi Double Cash Card extended warranty claim by calling (866) 918-4670, or you can download a claim form from Citi’s website. All required documents (receipt, credit card statement, copy of manufacturer’s warranty, etc.) must be sent in within 180 days of the product breaking. If your claim is approved, Citi will repair, replace, or reimburse you for the damaged item, up to the amount charged on your card or $10,000, whichever is less.
Citi’s extended warranty does not cover cars, boats, aircraft, or any other motorized vehicles.
No, the Citi Diamond Preferred does not offer rental car insurance any longer. This benefit was stripped from the Citi Diamond Preferred in September 2019. The card does have other benefits, though. It provides purchase protection and zero fraud liability.
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