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Anyone has data point about this. I called Citi and wants to product change to Costco card, but I do not have costco membership number. However, my partner does but he already maxed out the additional household add on with his membership for another family member so unfortunately he cannot add me. If I make product change, am I required to have costco membership number or I can use my partner membership number and have him use the citi card as an authorized user? Thank you .

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This is probably a good question for Citi.

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your name has to be on the costco account or citi wont even approve you. They will check the costco number during application to make sure you are on the account.

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Citi costco requires you to have a member number, including all AUs

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Is it even possible to product change into the Costco card?

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moneybie said:   Anyone has data point about this. I called Citi and wants to product change to Costco card, but I do not have costco membership number. However, my partner does but he already maxed out the additional household add on with his membership for another family member so unfortunately he cannot add me. If I make product change, am I required to have costco membership number or I can use my partner membership number and have him use the citi card as an authorized user? Thank you .

He can add you, it will just cost $55. Then YOU will get an additional card to hand out.
 

  

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Pobre said:   He can add you, it will just cost $55. Then YOU will get an additional card to hand out.
I think Costco raised the price for basic membership to $60.
  

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TheDiggler said:   
Pobre said:   He can add you, it will just cost $55. Then YOU will get an additional card to hand out.
I think Costco raised the price for basic membership to $60.
  

  Correct...in addition, I was thinking of the business account. I believe regular accounts may only have 2 cards total.

But OP can always get his own.

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