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charyot77
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Can you "stack" Citi Dividend cashback offer percentages?

Sorry for the clumsy title.

 

The Citi Divident card is giving 5% cashback this quarter for electronics stores.

 

They are also giving 2% cashback at the Apple Store online.

 

If I purchased a new computer from the Apple Store online would it be possible to get both cashback offers?

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L-TWT
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Re: Can you "stack" Citi Dividend cashback offer percentages?


charyot77 wrote:

Sorry for the clumsy title.

 

The Citi Divident card is giving 5% cashback this quarter for electronics stores.

 

They are also giving 2% cashback at the Apple Store online.

 

If I purchased a new computer from the Apple Store online would it be possible to get both cashback offers?


Yes!

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VeggieTales
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Re: Can you "stack" Citi Dividend cashback offer percentages?

That's awesome to know! I'm new to the forums and just got approved for this card so I'm looking forward to taking advantage of the rewards

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charyot77
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Re: Can you "stack" Citi Dividend cashback offer percentages?


L-TWT wrote:

charyot77 wrote:

Sorry for the clumsy title.

 

The Citi Divident card is giving 5% cashback this quarter for electronics stores.

 

They are also giving 2% cashback at the Apple Store online.

 

If I purchased a new computer from the Apple Store online would it be possible to get both cashback offers?


Yes!


That's incredible! I will be using my Dividends card to buy my Mac for sure!

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bribro
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Re: Can you "stack" Citi Dividend cashback offer percentages?

Makes me wish I waited a few weeks before buying an iPhone 5. I missed out on $20 in CB!

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Re: Can you "stack" Citi Dividend cashback offer percentages?

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Stacking casback is great. Discover owns in this area. They give 2% additional cashback on purchases on your birthdaty month, and they often have promos for extra cash back (ex. On October 6th, they're giving 2% exra cashback on purchases up to $250), and on top of that they have 5% cashback on online shopping this quarter up to $1500, not to mention the ShopDiscover portal.

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