Current Citi Merchant Offers: Up to $50 or 10% Back With Lyft, Holiday Inn, Gas & More
You might be more familiar with Amex Offers and Chase Offers, but Citi Merchant Offers can provide great rebates on travel purchases. They're available on most personal credit cards, and Citi Merchant Offers provide cash back as a flat amount or a percentage of your purchase, and current offers include Lyft, Shell, Holiday Inn, and Holiday Inn Express. Here's a look at the current travel-related Citi Merchant Offers you might find.
Through 2024, Get 5% Back on Travel With the Citi® Double Cash Card
Citi just announced elevated earnings on the Citi® Double Cash Card. Now through December 31, 2023, cardholders will earn 5% cash back on most travel bookings. That's an extra 3% cash back on top of the card's standard earning rate.
Who Is Eligible for the 60K Bonus on the Citi Premier® Card?
Are you eligible for the 60,000-point bonus on the Citi Premier® Card? Like many card issuers, Citi implements a few policies that limit who can earn a lucrative welcome bonus. In this post, we'll break down all the rules you need to know before applying for a ThankYou Rewards card.
Citi Dividend 5% Cash Back: New Q4 2023 Categories and How To Activate
Citi Dividend cardholders can activate their Q4 2023 quarterly bonus categories and earn 5% cash back, up to $300 cash back annually. From October to December 2023, you'll earn 5% cash back when using your card at grocery stores. In the meantime, you can still earn 5% back at gas stations and home improvement stores through the end of this month. Here's how to register and all of the details of how the Citi Dividend works.
All of the Cards That Earn Citi ThankYou Points
In the world of points and miles, there are many different types of points. This post goes over everything you need to know about Citi ThankYou Points. We'll discuss the pros and cons of the cards that earn them, plus how the points can be spent.
Changes Coming to American Airlines Admirals Clubs and Citi AA Executive Card
American Airlines and Citi just announced a slew of changes to Admirals Club membership costs and the benefits and fees of the Citi® / AAdvantage® Executive World Elite Mastercard®. Thankfully, some of the negative changes don't take effect for another two weeks, giving you time to plan. But these changes see the elimination of one of our favorite credit card perks. Are the changes worth the additional fees? Let's dig into the changes to see.
Citi Rewards+® Card Review: Multiply Your Citi Earnings Without an Annual Fee
The Citi Rewards+® Card earns Citi ThankYou Points on all eligible purchases without an annual fee. While it lacks some fringe benefits, its earning structure can be a powerful part of your ThankYou Points-earning strategy. Let's take a deep look at this card to see if you should add it to your wallet.
Citi® Diamond Preferred® Card Review: Great for Reducing Credit Card Debt
The Citi® Diamond Preferred® Card is a 0% intro APR credit card that gives cardholders payment flexibility on purchases and balance transfers. The card is a great option for consumers wanting to avoid interest charges, but it isn't the best for those looking for credit card rewards.
Citi’s No Annual Fee Cards and the Strategy Behind How to Get Them
Whether you're looking to reduce your annual fees or boost your ThankYou points earnings, Citi offers three excellent no-annual-fee cards that can add thousands of extra points to your balance every year. Here's the best strategy to getting them without locking yourself out of getting another sign-up bonus in the next 24 months.