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Citi Prestige Card

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Bankrate's 2013 Credit Card Cash-Back Rewards Survey included the Citi Prestige Card. With the Citi Prestige Card, rewards can be issued via check or statement credit.

Citi Prestige Card

Annual fee$400
Intro bonusEarn 30,000 bonus ThankYou points after spending $2,000 in purchases within three months of account opening.
Reward formulaEarn 2 ThankYou points for every $1 you spend on purchases at dining establishments. Earn 1 ThankYou point for every $1 you spend on all other purchases.
Cash-back ratio*0.5% (1% on dining)
Expiration period on rewardsNone
Intro purchase APRNone
Intro purchase APR lengthN/A
APR15.24%
Notes:
  • Earn 1 ThankYou flight point for every mile flown when airline tickets are purchased using your card account.
  • Earn a relationship bonus calculated as a percentage of ThankYou points earned from Citi Prestige Card purchases during that membership year: less than $50,000 = 5 percent, $50,000-$99,000 = 10 percent, more than $100,000 = 20 percent.
  • Redeem for a check in increments of $50 for 10,000 points.
  • Redeem for statement credit: $10 = 2,000; $15 = 3,000; $25 = 5,000; $50 = 10,000; $100 = 20,000.

*The cash-back ratio lists the rate or rate of returns offered on transactions.

Bankrate.com examined 54 cash-back cards from 21 of the largest issuers. The survey was conducted April 8-18, 2013. Rewards are subject to change. Check with the institution for the latest information.

 

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