You’ll definitely want to take advantage of this new offer from Citi for the rotating 5% cash back categories and a $300 sign up bonus. The $300 cash bonus from Citi Dividend is this week’s Free Money Friday!
Use the card to make $5,000 in purchases in the first 3 months.
Receive $300 cash back!
Citi Terms and Conditions
No annual fee.
Limit of $300 earned in cash back per calendar year.
However, the $300 cash back offer & cash back earned on purchases through the Citi Bonus Cash Center are not counted towards the $300 limit.
More on Citi Dividend
Quarterly 5% Cash Back Bonus Categories. Citi has introduced rotating categories for cash back. This quarter (7/1/11 to 9/30/11), you get 5% cash back on:
A business trip, holiday travel & a few weddings have already made this card very lucrative for me and I still have a month to go!
Cash Back. You’ll get 1% cash back on all other purchases.
Balance Transfer Offers. There don’t appear to be any low interest balance transfer offers accompanying this particular card. However, once you sign up for a Citi card, you may start to see some pop up. I know I see 1 or 2 every time I log into my account and have considered using them for tuition payments this time of year.
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