Category Archives: Citibank

Free Equifax FICO Score Now Live for Citi Cardholders

CitiAs it earlier promised to do, Citi has now rolled out its free credit score program to cardmembers. Beginning this week, consumers with Citi-branded credit cards can log into their accounts online to view their free Experian credit scores. Unfortunately, consumers with Citi credit cards branded by other companies–such as Sears, Best Buy or Macy’s–are not part of the free credit score program.

Citi is both the largest and the latest credit card issuer to provide a free credit score to its customers, joining Discover, Barclaycard, FNBO, Sallie Mae and Pentagon Federal Credit Union.

For more ways to view your credit report and score for free, see this post.

Citi Double Cash Card – 2% Cash Back on All Purchases with No Annual Fee

Citi Double Cash CardEver since Barclaycard changed the terms on its Priceline Visa, there hasn’t been a Visa/Mastercard on the market that offers a flat 2% cash back on all purchases with no annual fee. The new Citi® Double Cash Card changes that, and in so doing, catapults itself into the running for the title of the best general purpose cash back credit card.
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Credit Card Deals Roundup

Credit Card RoundupAfter a slow start to the year, American Express has really stepped up the number of new “Amex Offers” (previously known as “Amex Sync” deals) this month. Currently, there are nearly 20 active deals that American Express cardmembers can take advantage of through Twitter, including just-added offers from Diesel, Godiva and Seasons 52, among others. In addition, Citi and Discover have also announced a few promos for existing cardmembers. Read on to get the details.
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Citi Prestige Card Adds New Benefits: Free Admirals Club Access, Better Redemption Rates on American And US Airways Award Flights

Citi Prestige CardWith the recent changes to the American Express Platinum Card, many American Airlines loyalists have been looking for alternative ways to get complimentary Admirals Club access. One way is to get the Citi Executive® / AAdvantage® World EliteTM MasterCard® ($450 annual fee), which offers Admirals Club and US Airways Club access for both the cardmember and up to two guests. Now, there’s another alternative.
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The New Citi ThankYou Select and Credit Reward Option: Is it Worth It?

Citi Select and CreditCiti recently introduced yet another redemption option for your ThankYou points. Called “ThankYou Select and Credit,” the new option allows Citi ThankYou Rewards members to use their points to cover purchases made during their current credit card billing cycle in certain categories on an eligible consumer Citi credit card. Eligible spending categories include dining, entertainment, grocery and drug store purchases, utilities and gas.
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Citi Tuesdays on – Spend $100 at, Get a $10 Walmart eGift Card

Citi Tuesdays @ - Spend $100, Get a $10 eGift CardThrough December 17, 2013, when you use your Citi credit card on Tuesdays on an eligible purchase of $100 or more at, you’ll receive a $10 Walmart eGift Card. To qualify for this offer, you must make a single transaction of at least $100 at, excluding taxes and shipping charges, and pay for the purchase with an eligible Citi® credit card.

Once you’ve made your qualifying purchase, a $10 Walmart eGift Card will be emailed to you within ten days.

Your purchase may not include gift cards, Pharmacy, tires, Photo, customized or personalized items, Vudu, or Walmart To Go. All Citi-branded cards, excluding business credit and professional cards, are eligible for this promotion.

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