On every Tuesday until December 17, 2013, you can shop on Walmart.com to get free $10 Walmart eGift Card with Citi credit card for making a purchase of $100 or more. You must use a Citibank Credit Card on Tuesdays for all eligible purchase of $100 or more on a single purchase. Once you meet the requirements, they will send you a $10 Walmart eGift Card.
Very important details:
- Your single-receipt purchase of $100 or more exclude taxes and shipping
- Your purchase may not include gift cards, Pharmacy, tires, Photo, customized or personalized items, Vudu, or Walmart To Go.
- A limit of one $10 gift card per Citi card per Tuesday per order of $100 or more.
I’m told that all Citi branded consumer credit cards are eligible for this promotion(not business or professional cards). See our full list of Citi Credit Cards to find one you may like. Remember to visit Walmart.com this Tuesday to get your $10 Walmart eGift Card for making a purchase of $100 or more with your Citi Card.
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