Citibank provides goods and services to millions of people across the world, which includes financial services that occur both online and in person. Through the large company, there are roughly 15 million people who use its services. The company has well over a thousand locations, and can be found in several countries as well as many states. With its large influence, it is no wonder that other companies work with Citibank as well. One such company is Acuvue, which shares its brand with Citibank on their rebate cards.

Acuvue started in the late 1950s as a small contact lens company. Today they are one of the most easily recognized brands in terms of contact lenses. The company focuses on providing disposable contact lenses that are not only affordable, but easy to get rid of. There are two types of lenses that can be purchased from Acuvue. One type of lens only lasts for a day, but there are others, which can last for a few weeks. The growth of this brand and Citibank makes the rebate card that they provide a trusted service. Online customers have the ability to view the current status of the rebate card in terms of its balance and transactions. If a customer registers the card they can make it more secure. Below is a guide on how to access and manage your Acuvue Rebate card online.

What You Will Need to Access and Manage your Acuvue Rebate Card online:

  • A Computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone
  • Internet access

Steps to Access and Manage your Acuvue Rebate Card online:

  1. Copy and paste the following URL into your browser or if your system allows, click the link we have provided here:  www.prepaid.citi.com/acuvuerebate
  2. Type in your username
  3. Type in your password

Note: If this is your first time using your card, you may have to register your card.

Registering your card:

  1. Click on the register your card link below the sign in part of the site.
  2. Type in the card number
  3. Type in the security code

Note: You don’t have to register or login in order to view your account balance and transactions.