5 Most Exciting Citi Cash Back Dining Deals

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Foodies, listen up, there’s a great dining credit card that will save you money: the Citi Cash Back Card. Here are some 5 exciting food deals you can get with it.

Credit card promotions, terms, and conditions valid as of 19 April 2016.

There’s nothing more exciting than finding a great deal for a great meal—for a foodie, that is. And where other than a dining credit card do you get meal deals available to you all year round? (If you consider yourself a foodie, you’re only doing a favour to yourself by signing up for a dining credit card.)

This week, we look at a great dining card disguised as a cashback credit card: the Citi Cash Back Card. With this card, you’ll be eligible for over 1,000 deals at restaurants all over Singapore with the Citibank Gourmet Pleasures program, and access to all the 1-for-1 Citibank buffet promotions in 2016.

On top of this, you’ll get 8% cashback on any dining spend globally on the card. Fantasising about the next great meal you’re going to have yet?

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Here are 5 exciting deals with the Citi Cash Back Card:

1. Ristorante Amarone: 15% Off Total Bill

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Named after an Italian red wine, Ristorante Amarone is the swanky Italian restaurant you’ll want to take your first date to. It’s not the priciest of Italian restaurants, and with the Citibank Cash Back Card, you’ll get even more of a discount.

TERMS & CONDITIONS:

Offer valid till 30th June 2016.
Valid for dinner only.

ADDRESS:

168 Robinson Road, Capital Tower 01-08/09/10, Singapore 068912

TELEPHONE:

6423 0464

2. Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsey: 10% Off Total Bill (Min. Spend S$200)

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If you haven’t tried Gordon Ramsey’s first venture in Singapore, now’s the perfect time to. Get 10% off the total bill with a minimum spend of S$200 and 8% cashback with your Citibank Cash Back Card.

TERMS & CONDITIONS:

Offer valid till 1st June 2016.
Not valid on eve of Public Holidays and Public Holidays.
Valid for dine-in only.

ADDRESS:

10 Bayfront Avenue, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Bay Level, L1-81, Singapore 018956

TELEPHONE:

6688 5665

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3. The Chop House: 10% Off Ala Carte Food Bill

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As part of the Wooloomooloo Group, The Chop House in Vivocity is a meat lover’s dream come true. From Mondays to Thursdays, Citibank Cash Back Cardholders get to enjoy 10% off the ala carte food bill (and 8% in cashback).

TERMS & CONDITIONS:

Offer valid till 31st May 2016.
Valid from Mondays to Thursdays only, and not valid on eve of Public Holidays and Public Holidays.
Valid for dine-in only.

ADDRESS:

1 Harbourfront Walk, #01-161-162 VivoCity, Singapore 098585

TELEPHONE:

6376 9262

4. Shinzo Restaurant: 10% Off Food Bill

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Known for its omakase dinners (which means courses chosen by the chef), the meals at Shinzo is beautifully prepared by head chef Lawrence, who was trained in Japanese cuisine for more than 20 years. If you’ve always wanted to have a meal carefully thought out for you, you can now enjoy one for 10% off and get 8% cashback with the Citibank Cash Back Card.

TERMS & CONDITIONS:

Offer valid till 31st May 2016.
Valid for dine-in only.

ADDRESS:

17 Carpenter Street #01-01, Singapore 059906

TELEPHONE:

6438 2921

5. Royal Pavilion: 20% Off Total Bill (Min. Spend S$200)

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Housed in Park Regis Hotel Singapore, the Royal Pavilion restaurant has every popular Cantonese dish, from barbecued suckling pig to braised abalone to braised bird’s nest. With a minimum spend of S$200 on the ala carte menu, you’ll get 20% off the bill and an additional 8% cashback with the Citibank Cash Back Card.

TERMS & CONDITIONS:

Offer valid till 31st March 2016.
Valid for ala carte items only.
Valid for dine-in only.

ADDRESS:

23 Merchant Road, Level 1 Park Regis, Singapore 058268

TELEPHONE:

6818 8851

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Jehanne

By Jehanne Teo
Starting out as a lifestyle writer, Jehanne currently writes for SingSaver.com.sg about saving money in everyday situations.