Citi AT&T Access Card: Earn 15,000 ThankYou Points + $100 Statement Credit

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Citi has launched a new welcome offer on the AT&T Access card which, while not particularly high, is an OK deal for a card with no annual fee.

Citi AT&T Access Card

The Basics

Card Offer and Details
AT&T Access Card
15K points + $100 statement credit
15K ThankYou Points after $1K Spend in 3 Months + $100 statement credit after $250 in AT&T purchases in the first 3 months

No Annual Fee

FM Mini Review: This card may be worth it for a welcome bonus, but it would be worth considering a product change to the Double Cash down the road..Unforunately, it seems it is no longer possible to product change to the AT&T Access More card.


Card Type: Mastercard World

Base
Travel
Shop
Brand

Earning rate: ⚬ 2 points per $1 on products and services that are purchased directly from AT&T ⚬ 2 points per $1 on all purchases at online retail and travel sites ⚬ 1 point per $1 on all other purchases

See also: Citi ThankYou Rewards Complete Guide

Quick Thoughts

A 15,000 ThankYou point welcome offer isn’t amazing seeing as the Citi Premier card is still offering 60,000 bonus points.

15,000 bonus points is the standard offer on this card, so the difference with this new offer is that it’s also coming with a $100 statement credit when spending $250 or more on AT&T products and services in the first three months. If you have any kind of AT&T service – whether that’s cellphone, TV or other – which you’d be paying for anyway, getting $100 back on that spend improves this offer.

The card also comes with a couple of bonus categories. It earns 3x on AT&T purchases through the end of next year and drops to 2x after that. The card also earns 2x points at eligible online retail and travel websites.

h/t Doctor of Credit

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