Citi Tuesdays at Walmart

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Walmart. All opinions are 100% mine.

Almost everyone I know shops at Walmart or Walmart.com, especially during the holidays. I knew I had to share this offer with my readers, Citi® consumers that spend $100 or more on an eligible purchase on Walmart.com will receive a Walmart eGift card emailed to them weekly. The gift card will be emailed within 10 days after a qualifying Citi® credit card purchase occurs. You know what this means, you spend money and get money back (in the form of a Walmart eGift card which can be used online or in store), so you’re basically getting a discount to shop at Walmart.com for the Holidays! You can get almost all of your Holiday shopping done at Walmart.com and get this great incentive back in your pocket! When you shop make sure it’s a Citi Tuesdays deal by shopping on a Tuesday at Walmart.com!

I actually will be making a few purchases at Walmart.com myself this year. I’m planning on getting my kids some of their toys that are on their wish list, so Santa can put them under the Christmas tree. I of course will be checking out the electronics department as well for my husband. I know Walmart.com has a ton of great stuff from video game systems to computers to iPads. I don’t have a set gift I’m getting him yet, but I know I can find him something! I actually have a Citi® card so I will be taking advantage of Citi Tuesdays.

Terms and conditions:

To qualify for this offer, you must make a single-receipt purchase on Walmart.com of $100 or more (excluding taxes and shipping charges), by 11:59PM PT on Tuesdays, between 11/5/13 and 12/17/13, and pay for your purchase using an eligible Citi® credit card. Purchase may not include gift cards, Pharmacy, tires, Photo, customized or personalized items, Vudu, or Walmart To Go. Not valid on prior purchases or cancelled orders, and offer may not be combined with other offers or promotions. Applies to online purchases only. All Citi Branded consumer credit Cards, excluding business credit and professional cards, are eligible for the promotion; business credit cards and professional cards are not eligible. Limit one gift card per Citi® credit card, per Tuesday, per purchase of $100 or more. If a qualifying purchase is made, a Walmart eGift Card in the amount of $10.00 will be emailed within ten days of the qualifying purchase to the email address provided. A valid email address must be supplied at time of purchase to obtain a Walmart eGift Card. Use of the Walmart eGift Card is subject to the Walmart Gift Card Terms and Conditions, available on Walmart.com (at http://help.walmart.com/app/an…. Offer valid in the 50 United States only. Offer valid until 12/17/13. However, this offer is subject to modification or termination without notice

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