Starting on September 22, 2019, Citi will remove almost ALL key benefits from their credit cards. Essential benefits like trip cancellation & interruption protection, lost baggage protection, and Citi Price Rewind will be slashed.Read More
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On January 10, 2019, Citi Bank launched the new Citi Rewards+ card. A few days later, the Citi Rewards+ Student card was also released. Aside from the welcome offer, both cards have the same benefits. We’ll review both in this post.Read More
The Citi Dividend card is one of the most underrated cash back cards on the market, but you can’t apply for it directly. It’s a grandfathered card that is only available via product change from another Citi card.Read More
Citi Bank has unique product change options because unlike other credit issuers, the product change options are all Citi cards. The only rule you have to abide by is that you must stick with personal or business cards.Read More
It seems like a wave of benefit rollbacks are happening this summer. Citi Bank announced that they would decrease coverage of benefits from select cards.
The devaluations will be effective starting on July 29,2018, and the changes may vary depending on the Citi card you have.Read More
The Citi Dividend card is a cash back card that's available via product change, but it works differently than other cash back cards like the Discover It and U.S. Bank Cash+ card. Here's how to maximize the 5% cash back categories in 2018.Read More