Citi Mastercard Credit Cards now on Google PayTM!
Enjoy fast, safe and effortless purchases with your Citi Mastercard Credit Card and Google PayTM.
Why pay with Google Pay?
Enjoy all the benefits of your Citi Mastercard Credit Card with Google Pay on your Android devices. Using Google Pay is simple, and it works with the devices you use every day. Your card information is secure because it isn’t stored on your device or shared when you pay. Paying in stores, In app and on the web has never been easier or safer. Add your card now.
How to pay with Google Pay by adding your
Citi Mastercard Credit Card to Google WalletTM?
Adding your Citi Mastercard Credit Card to Google Wallet is simple.
Where to use Google Pay?
Google Pay is designed to work in-stores and online.
How to pay using Google Pay?
You can use Google Pay to pay for your purchases made in-store or on apps or while shopping on websites online.
Paying with Google Pay in-store.
Google Pay and Google Wallet are trademarks of Google LLC.
Click here to view the Terms and Conditions on Universal Wallet Payments.
Citibank Terms and Conditions apply, are subject to change and are available upon request. For the current Terms and Conditions, please visit our website www.citibank.ae/tnc. All offers are made available on a best-effort basis and at the sole discretion of Citibank, N.A – UAE Branch. And makes no warranties and assumes no liability or responsibility with respect to the products and services provided by partners/other entities.
Missing the minimum payment due in any month and/or non-adherence to the bank’s Terms and Conditions may subject you to negative consequences and limit your ability to access further financing in the future, including but not limited to, late fee charges, a negative impact on your credit bureau rating, your card account going into arrears and/or collections measures which may include legal action and/or trigger all monies becoming due immediately. If you only make the minimum payment each month, you will pay more in interest and it will take you longer to pay off your outstanding balance.