Holders of Citi Prestige credit cards are entitled to deluxe options for dining, golf driving ranges, traveler insurance and a limited-quantity offer of Shin Kong Mitsukoshi Department Store (新光三越百貨) coupons worth NT$18,000 each.
As the COVID-19 pandemic eases, Citibank Taiwan Ltd (台灣花旗) has unveiled benefit packages for travelers with Citi Prestige, the bank announced in a news release on Friday last week.
Cardholders may dine with a plus one without incurring additional charge at a Citibank partner establishment, including Sheraton Grand Hotel Taipei’s (台北喜來登大飯店) Kitchen 12, Guest House, The Dragon, Pizza Pub, Antoine Room, Sukhothai and Momoyama; and My Humble House and Latest Recipe at Le Meridien Taipei (台北寒舍艾美酒店), among others.
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Users of the card are also entitled to a gratis of 750 golf balls upon purchasing the same number at six partnered driving ranges in the country. These perks and many more are available to cardholders from the autumn through the last months of next year.
Citi Prestige offers premium rewards, fine dining, luxury hotel, seamless travel and personalized concierge to its most select clientele. Making the rewards more available to cardholders, six credits are awarded for every NT$30 spent on an international or domestic purchase, a reward equivalent to one mile of mileage per NT$15 of spending.
For international travel, Citi Prestige cardholders may enjoy eight rides to and from airports free of charge a year that can be exchanged for domestic high-speed or regular rail tickets on a one-to-one basis, in addition to two hours of chauffeuring services.
Cardholders may also receive 30 days of free parking in five-day increments at international airports a year.
Further, Prestige Card members are entitled to a complimentary fourth night of stay at any hotel in the world as well as the Citi Prestige concierge service, which is available 24 hours a day.
To ensure the travel safety of Citi Prestige cardholders, the bank offers its members up to NT$50 million of travel insurance for public transportation and up to NT$10 million in full-trip travel insurance, alongside travel medical insurance coverage of up to NT$300,000.
Marking the eighth anniversary of the Citi Prestige program, the bank is rolling out the biggest bonuses this year for new accounts, starting on the day of the announcement to Oct. 31.
New clients who have accumulated 100,000 of spending in regular transactions and paid all fees within 60 days of the account’s opening are qualified for a limited offer of 800 Shin Kong Mitsukoshi coupons worth NT$18,000 each.
Meanwhile, eligible members who did not get a coupon would instead receive 15,000 in bonus credits.
Moreover, Citigold members are eligible for 30,000 credits in Citi ThankYou Rewards.
For more information, visit the official Web site for Citi Prestige Card at www.citibank.com.tw/citiprestige.
The revolving interest rates for Citibank credit cards ranges from 6.88 percent to 15 percent, while processing fees for cash advances are 3.5 percent of the sum of the cash advance plus NT$100. For information about other fees, visit Citibank at www.citibank.com.tw.
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