Citicards provides credit cards that meet many different needs for consumers. There are business credit cards, and cards for those who just want rewards.
You know The Citicards also referred to as Citi, is the consumer banking arm of financial services corporation Citigroup. Citi credit card offers include the Diamond Preferred, Chairman, Platinum Select, CashReturns, and PremierPass credit cards. Applyonline.citicards.com is the Citibank® credit card re-direct for pre-approved credit card offer applications.
About ApplyOnline Citicards
Citibank offers an easy online application process to apply for a credit card. All of their applications only take a few minutes to fill out. Citi is really good at making quick decisions on if you are approved or not for a credit card. To apply just simply click on the apply now button on this page and fill out the application. Within a few minutes you should know if you have been approved or not. If you don’t get a decision instantly you shouldn’t worry as Citibank may just need a little extra time to determine if you should be approved as a cardholder or maybe they are just determining what credit limit they should give you. Ciitbank is one of the more competitive banks around when it comes to creating very consumer appealing credit card products. When you apply for a Citibank Card, you can rest assured that you are getting a really competitive interest rate and really competitive card features.
Range of Citi Credit Cards:
The Citi Platinum Select MasterCard comes with a 0% introductory APR on balance transfers and purchases for up to 21 months, after which the APR rises from 11.99% to 21.99% depending on creditworthiness at the time of opening the account. There is no annual fee to pay. If you know that you can pay off your balance during that time and later will be able to remain within a budget that you can pay off every month in full, this is a great card to transfer over to.
The Citi Simplicity Card goes one step further, offering 0% introductory APR on balance transfers and purchases for up to 21 months and no late fees or penalty rates. Here the APR rate rises to a 16.99% variable rate after the initial 21 months interest free period.
The Citi ThankYou SM Premier Card allows cardholders to earn 50,000 bonus points after they have spent a minimum of $2,500 on purchases during the first 3 months of membership. The points are redeemable for excellent rewards like air fares or gift cards. As an additional bonus, this card attracts no foreign transaction fees on purchases. When using the ThankYou Travel centre for travel bookings, customers can earn an additional 33% more value on their points, too, making this a particularly interesting card for frequent travellers.
The Citi Dividend Platinum Select Visa Card for College Students has no annual fee, a 0% introductory APR variable on purchases for 7 months, after which the rate rises from 12.99% to 20.99% depending on status at the time of signing up.
The AT&T Universal Savings Platinum Card has no limit on the amount of cashback that a cardholder can earn with their 1.5% cashback reward. There is no annual fee to pay and savings are automatically posted to a customer’s account. The attractive 0% introductory APR on balance transfers for 15 months and a low APR of just 12.99% after that period make this card suitable for anyone who is responsible in their spending and knows that whatever balance they transfer over know, will be paid off in the 15 months.
|Citi® Platinum Select® MasterCard® – By Citibank
|Citi Forward® Card – By Citibank
|Citi® Diamond Preferred® Card – By Citibank
Ask: So I received a mail offer for the Citi thank you preferred card. Even though I haven’t been discharged yet, I said hey, what the hell, I’ll try it. I applied for it, and received : “your application needs to be further processed, we will contact you in a week with our decision.” I was really expecting an instant denial. Even if I do not get it, I am still glad I DIDN’T get an instant denial. lol anyone know if they are BK friendly?
Reply: Well it doesn’t sound stupid to me… and in my opinion, it isn’t just for rebuilding purposes you never know when you will need to call upon your bank for assistance and Navy I know is rock solid there for me. Its a personal decision of course and everyone always tells you not to reaffirm anything… but you have to think that years down the road are you gonna regret not staying in Navy’s good graces? If not… then maybe it doesn’t matter. But, if yes… then maybe its a good idea. If your payment is 221 and you have a reliable vehicle, then it sounds like you have a decent loan with them.