What is the Citi Price Rewind Program and Should you Bother?

There are times that you go to buy something online and you get overcharged, without knowing it. Then while you are browsing for similar items, you find the same item but at a cheaper price. When that happens it is normal to feel you should be able to return it, and buy it from another store where it is offered at a cheaper price. Unfortunately, most of the time that’s not possible. Although there are cases where you can actually return it and get a refund, those cases only apply if the item or that is not as described on the sales page. It is with that in mind that Citi Price Rewind decided to introduce their refund service, which allows you to get a refund of the extra charges. While their service does not apply to all products, it is a lifesaver when you buy any of the products they support and you get overcharged.

How Citi Price Rewind Works

The first step you need to take is to join their program by registering your Citi consumer credit card. It has to be a consumer credit card because at the time of writing this article, they still don’t support Citi business cards. Once you register your card, the next step is to make a purchase and then register the purchase on the Citi rewind website. That is all that you have to do to get a refund. The software gets to work immediately, and searches all over the internet for lowest price. If it finds one, it sends you an email which alerts you of the lower price, and you can then proceed to file for a refund.

The present goes on for a period of 60 days, during which you are also allowed to look for a lower price yourself. Once you find an overcharged item, download the refund form and fill it. Some of the details to fill include a description of the items, where it’s offered cheaply, and a scanned cop[y of your receipt. You can then upload it back to the Citi price rewind website. However, the program has some limits; you can only claim a maximum $500 per receipt, and a maximum of $2500. Still, those are huge savings. Especially when you consider you had a hard time finding the best-priced items in the first place. Moreover, you wouldn’t have to live with the regrets of knowing that you could have spent less and there’s nothing I can do about it. For refund less than or equal to $25, you will receive a card statement credit within two to three business days. If the refund exceeds to $25, you can ask for refund check to be mailed to your address. The check will arrive within 10-14 business days.

What You Must Do to Get a Refund

First, you have to make a purchase with an eligible Citi credit card, and only purchase an item that is covered by the refund program. Some of the items that are covered by the program include appliances, toys, electronics, and clothing. Ineligible items include consumables such as fuel, food, and medication. Other items that are not consumables but still eligible include tickets to events, concerts, and airlines, all kinds of motorized vehicles such as cars, boats, and planes, and most types of jewelry, with the exception of watches. You will also not get refunds for submitting promotional prices such as going-out-of-business sales, lower prices courtesy of rebates, internet auctions, etc.

You will also need to use a credit card is eligible for the Citi refund program. Some of these eligible cards include:

  • Citi Costco Anywhere Visa Card
  • Citi Prestige Card
  • Citi Double Cash Card
  • Citi ThankYou Premier Card
  • Citi Hilton HHonors Visa Signature Card

For a full and up-to-date list, you can go to citipricerewind.com, you will find everything you need to know about Citi Price Rewind eligible cards. On other hand, if you need to check a detailed list of eligible purchases, visit citipricerewind.com/guide and see how much you are likely to save. A list of some of the items merchants overcharged you in the past can help you in that regard.

Overall, the Citi Price Rewind program allows you to make purchases and still get value for money. It also allows you to shop responsibly using your credit card because you will not be overcharged. If you are planning to buy items during the Christmas Holiday or other holidays when prices are hiked, then this program will save you lots of money.


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