Citi Double Cash Card

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Card Details and Application Link
Citi Double Cash Card
$200 Cash Back
$200 cash back after $1.5K spend in first 6 months.
Click here to learn how to apply

No Annual Fee

Recent better offer: None. This is the best we've seen.

FM Mini Review: 2X rewards for all spend with no annual fee makes this card a winner. Earn 2X everywhere and redeem for the equivalent of 2% cash back or 2X ThankYou points. Pair with the Premier or Prestige card to make points transferrable to airlines.


Card Type: Mastercard World Elite

Base

Earning rate: 2% cash back everywhere (1% cash back for each purchase + 1% when paying your credit card bill for that purchase)

Noteworthy perks: 1X when you make a purchase + 1X when you pay for those purchases

See also: Citi ThankYou Rewards Complete Guide

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Steve

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