Citi Double Cash 2% Cash Back Credit Card

Posted by Madison on September 5, 2014

I mentioned a new card I was targeting in my $2,075+ Credit Card Application Spree.

The Citi Double Cash card is essentially a 2% cash back card. I think 2% cash back cards are some of the best cards for everyday spending.

It’s a good alternative since our 2.27% on our Barclaycard Arrival expired and my standard Fidelity 2% Cash Back Credit Card is an American Express card, and we still sometimes run into businesses that don’t accept Amex.

It’s Free Money Friday, so let’s look closer at the Citi Double Cash card!

How to Get Your 2% Cash Back

  1. Open a new Citi Double Cash* card.
  2. Earn 1% cash back on every purchase you make.
  3. Earn an additional 1% cash back as you pay for those purchases in full or over time.

*Find and compare all current credit card offers in our credit card directory.

Terms and Conditions

  • No annual fee.
  • Unlimited cash back.
  • No Caps and No Category Restrictions.

More on Citi Double Cash

Earning Points. There are no category restrictions and no quarterly enrollments so it’s a good card for everyday spending.

Redeeming Cash Back. As soon as you earn $25 in cash rewards, you can redeem them.

Late Fee Pass. You get a pass on your first late fee.

Intro APR. 0% Intro APR on purchases & balance transfers for 15 months.

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Comments to Citi Double Cash 2% Cash Back Credit Card

  1. This card serves as a great no-fee option to use in every instance where a higher rewards card is not available.

    For example, I have my USAA insurance bill every month which does not fit into rewards categories on my other cards. This Citi Double Cash now grants me 2% back on this large recurring expense, total win.

    Greg Haney

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