It’s Free Money Friday and for the second week in a row, we have a great offer for students. Citi is offering a $50 sign-up bonus on some great student cards! This is a great opportunity for young people looking to start building their credit.
How to Get Your $50 Bonus
Apply for the Citi mtvU Platinum Select, Dividend Platinum Select or Forward card by January 15, 2011.
Make at least $50 in purchases that are not returned within the first 3 months of account opening.
A $50 statement credit will appear on your billing statement after the purchases have posted to your account (usually about 8 weeks after).
Citi Terms and Conditions
The statement credit can only be earned by new cardmembers approved through this offer.
No annual fee.
No cosigner required.
More on Citi
Rewards. The Citi mtvU and the Citi Forward cards offer rewards points and bonuses on things like a strong GPA and going paperless. The Citi Platinum card offers some great opportunities for cash back.
Intro APR. If your credit approval qualifies you, you may get an 0% intro APR on purchases for 7 months.
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