The Citi Double Cash Card minimum redemption amount is $25 to get cash back directly, or $1 to convert cash back rewards to ThankYou reward points. Cardholders can redeem cash back rewards for a check, statement credit or direct deposit once they’ve earned at least $25.
Citi Double Cash Card does not require redemption in specific increments beyond the $25 minimum. Or, for cardholders who decide to convert to points, ThankYou points are redeemable for gift cards, online shopping, travel, charitable donations and more.
Here’s how to redeems your Citi Double Cash Card rewards:
To redeem, log in to a Citi Double Cash Card online account and click the “View/Redeem Cash Rewards” link in the account information box. Alternately, call (855) 473-4583. Citi does not offer automatic redemption, so these are the only two ways to redeem cash back rewards.
Citi Double Cash Card rewards will expire if you don’t earn cash back from purchases or payments for 12 consecutive months. If you stop using the card, be sure to redeem your earned cash back within 12 months. Or, make at least one purchase a year to avoid losing any unredeemed rewards.
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