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Citibank unveils Citi Privilege Signature Card

Citibank Taiwan recently unveiled its latest Citi Privilege Signature Card, an upgrade of the bank's Citi Privilege Card, integrating more leading lifestyle brands to provide multiple offers to clients.

The offers include “buy one get one free” perks at Wowprime Group's nine restaurant chains for a period of one year and unique birthday rewards at the group's newly added Famonn Coffee chain. Customers will also enjoy 30 percent off on 3D and 25 percent off on IMAX tickets at Vieshow cinemas on weekdays on top of existing Citi promotions.

Using the latest Citi Privilege Signature Card at 7net stores will entitle clients to cash rebates of NT$100 for every NT$1,000 spent. On Wednesday, cardholders who shopped at Eslite bookstores benefited from NT$100-off coupons on every NT$888 spent.

Citibank Taiwan Chairman Victor Kuan said that Citibank's credit cards have been leading the market as Citi constantly caters to evolving customers' needs. “With Citibank Taiwan quickly approaching its 50th birthday, we have focused on the trends of globalization, digitization and urbanization to drive our growth and to provide clients with the most innovative products and services,” Kuan said.

He added: “Cardholders describe Citibank's credit cards as the most recognizable and reliable, providing them a sense of security especially when traveling.”

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Citibank Taiwan Chairman Victor Kuan, right, holds an oversized version of the new Citi Privilege Signature Card, which offers various benefits to cardholders. (Courtesy of Citi)

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