Register Your Citi Credit Card and Help Fight Hunger

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Every time you spend $5 or more dining out on your registered Citi credit card through December 1, 2016, Citi will donate $1 to help fight hunger. It takes just a few seconds to register your card, so why not?

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What To Do

  1. Fill in the last eight numbers of your Citi credit card, billing zip code, and last name here.
  2. Use that Citi card when you eat at restaurants for purchases that are $5 or more.

That’s it.

For every purchase of $5 or more spent dining out through December 1 of this year, Citi gives $1 to No Kid Hungry, a campaign run by Share Our Strength, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The mission is to provide healthy food to hungry kids in the United States and raise awareness about the crisis of child hunger.

For every dollar No Kid Hungry receives, they claim to be able to provide 10 healthy meals to a child. The maximum amount Citi will donate is $1 million. If we all register our cards and use those cards when dining out, we have the potential to provide 10 million healthy meals to hungry kids around the United States.

Good work Citi.

This Only Works for Credit Cards

The terms and conditions of the promotion state that you can only register Citi branded credit cards and CitiBusiness Cards. The Points Guy tried registering a debit card to be sure, but it was rejected.

Have any of these cards?

If not, now you have another very legitimate reason to get one. Read more about their fantastic sign-up offers here.

I enrolled my Citi Prestige card since I normally use that card anyways when dining out (you earn two ThankYou Points for every dollar spent on dining and entertainment).

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Bottom Line

Register your Citi credit card here and for every purchase you make of $5 or more at restaurants, Citi will donate $1 to No Kid Hungry up to $1 million dollars.


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