Citi helps commuters beat Monday blues with $5 cashback

Tara McCabe

04 Nov 2019

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That’s right, as of today Citi customers who switch their Opal card for their Citi Visa credit card can officially combat those Monday blues with a sweet $5 cashback.

This nifty offer is valid every Monday from the 4th to the 25th November for all Citi Visa credit card holders who travel within the Opal network. All you have to do is remember to tap your Citi Visa credit card on and off your regular bus, train, ferry or light railway service and you could earn the cost of a coffee or sushi roll to perk up your Monday.

And for any night owls out there, just make sure your trip begins and ends on a Monday to be eligible. If you do make use of this enticing offer, you can expect to have the cashback credited to your account within 60 days of the offer end date, granted your account is open and in good standing.

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Citibank’s new incentive comes just months after Transport NSW made contactless payments available across all modes of transport within the Opal service network. And of course, Citibank aren’t the only bank to jump on the rewards bandwagon, with American Express offering American Express Essentials Credit Card holders the opportunity to earn reward points every time they tap on and off public transport with their contactless card.

Don’t have a Citi credit card? If you don’t currently have a credit card, but you’ve been thinking about getting one, why not have a gander of the options below, or head to Mozo’s credit cards comparison page, for a full breakdown of what’s out there.

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