Credit Card Offers: Citibank Credit Cards

Editor’s Note: Thank you for your interest, these offers expired and are no longer available.

Credit Card Offers: CitiBank Credit CardsSo far, we’ve taken a look at PenFed credit cards, and Chase credit cards, and today marks the CitiBank credit card offers installment of the weekly Saturday review of current offers from major banks. This series is designed to compare cards and features that are currently available.

Citi Forward® Card for College Students

The Citi Forward Card for College Students What is unique about the card is that it adapts to your card activity, and rewards good credit card management. You can reduce your purchase APR by 0.25% each quarter when you make a purchase, stay under your credit line, and pay on time for 3 billing periods in a row – up to a total of 8 times or up to 2% purchase APR reduction when using credit wisely throughout the time your account is open. The APR reduction does not apply to balance transfers or cash advances and your account must be open and not in default at the time of quarterly reduction.

In addition to the APR reduction on purchases you can earn 100 ThankYou Points each billing period that you pay on time and stay under your credit line up to 1, 200 bonus ThankYou points per year. Current sign-up offer is 2, 500 bonus ThankYou® Points after spending $500 within the first 3 months of cardmembership.

There is no annual fee for the Citi Forward Card for College Students.

Citi® Dividend Platinum Select® Visa® Card

Citi Dividend Platinum Select Visa Card card holders can earn $100 cash back after $500 in purchases within the first 3 months of account opening. Card holders may enroll each quarter for new categories that earn 5 percent cash back from Citi on eligible purchases in changing categories. On all other purchases you can earn 1% cash back. You may earn a total of up to $300 per calendar year.

Citi Dividend Platinum Select Visa Card has no annual fee.

Note: Offers change frequently; please be sure to check the card issuer website to ensure all details and information are correct. *See card issuer website for terms and conditions.

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8 Responses to “Credit Card Offers: Citibank Credit Cards”

  1. Anonymous

    I have a citi card–be wary of the 0% offers. I did a 9 month 0% balance transfer 01/2010. Last month (4/2010) they tried to start charging me interest. They removed the interest, but have done it again this month (05/2010). Now the latest email from them is saying– the offer expired in March. The promotion may have expired in March, but the offer was for a 9 month offer. I don’t know what they’re up to, but appears fishy to me.

  2. Anonymous

    Courtney – Yea it appears any form of cash back is completely gone from newer cards. Luckily they haven’t changed our older programs…

  3. Anonymous

    I also have the older Platinum Select Card which offers the cash back program. The %’s used to be better, as John referenced above, but it’s still a solid card in my mind. I didn’t realize the newer version got rid of this program.

  4. Anonymous

    John – I have the Citi Dividend World Mastercard which is 2% on gas, groceries, pharmacy and utilities and 1% on everything else (was my first card actually, back in 2001). No annual fee (but the interest rate is like 23%) – do they not offer this anymore?

  5. Anonymous

    The Platinum Select card used to be even better, offering 1% cash back on all purchases, 2-5% back on gas, groceries, etc. I still have that reward program on my older card 🙂

  6. Anonymous

    I had a very good Citi Card with rewards for several years, but then they tacked on an Annual fee. I dropped it because there were equal but no-fee alternatives from other companies. Interesting to see similar cards now appear from Citi, with no annual fee. Change of heart? Too late for me, though.

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