Good Morning Everyone. It’s time for another Credit Card Review in our Credit Card Management Series. Today we are reviewing the Citi Thank You Preferred Card from Citi Bank. We have already reviewed the TD Bank Payment Plus VISA Card.
The Citi Thank You Preferred Card is a good credit card that offers a great rewards program. This credit card offers everything that a consumer could ever want including bonus points, anniversary points, spending points, and points for almost everything else.
The Citi Bank Thank You Rewards Program
We can earn 6000 Thank You Rewards Program points if we spend $300 in the first 3 months; this is equal to a $50 value. We earn 2 Thank You points for every $1 spent in the first 12 months; we will earn 1 point for every $1 spent afterwards.
The Cit Bank Thank You Rewards Program offers anniversary Thank You points. There is also no limit on to how many Thank You points we can earn and redeem since our points never expire. We can also earn Thank You Rewards points when we sign up for online banking and a paperless account statement.
We can redeem our Thank You Rewards points for everything from gift cards to travel accommodations. The one quality that makes this rewards program unique is that rewards start at only 100 points.
The Thank You Bonus Center allows us to earn additional Thank You Rewards points when shopping at over 400 retail merchants.
We have to love a rewards program that keeps on giving.
A Good Rewards Program from a Good Bank
Citi Bank branches can be located through the United States as well as around the world. Citi Group is a major financial institution that offers personal banking, business banking, commercial banking, as well as foreign exchange services, investment services, and insurance services.
“Spend Smart. Save Smart. Plan Smart.” with Citi Group. They are an interactive financial institution with a Twitter Account, a You Tube channel, and a Blog. Citi Group is proud to be a green focused company who was named “The Most Innovative Bank in Climate Change and Sustainability.” Citi Group is also a proud sponsor of the 2012 US Olympic and Paralympic Teams.