Citi Cash Back Card

 

Citi Cash Back Card

Petrol Savings
up to 23.38%

Dining Cashback
8.00%

Grocery Cashback
8.00%

Signup Cashback
up to $120

Signup Gift
7 Grab Rides

Review on Citi Cash Back Card

Pros
Best credit card for Esso and Shell petrol
High cashback for dining, groceries and petrol
Up to 10% Citi Rebate at many popular merchants
Attractive 7 free Grab rides signup gift

Cons
Low $25 cap per category and high min. spend of $888 for cashback
Signup for cashback offer subject to many conditions

 

Apply & get up to $120 Cashback + 7 Grab rides

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Credit Card Details Credit Card Details

Eligibility $30,000 p.a.

Annual Card Fee $192.60 (Waived for first year)

Supplementary Cards Fee $96.30 (Waived for first year for 2 supplementary cards)

Available as a Visa Signature or MasterCard, each with its own unique set of privileges

 

Petrol Stations Benefits Petrol Stations Benefits

Enjoy 8% cashback on the nett transacted amount at all petrol stations

Enjoy up to 23.38% savings with the cashback (14% onsite + 6.88% cashback + Smiles Points worth up to 2.5%) at Esso

Enjoy 22.68% savings with the cashback (14% onsite + 6.88% cashback + 1.8% Escape points) at Shell

 

Groceries Shopping Benefits Groceries Shopping Benefits

Enjoy 8% cashback on groceries

 

Dining Benefits Dining Benefits

Enjoy 8% cashback on dining

 

Cashback and Conditions Cashback and Conditions

Get 0.25% cashback on all other spend

Cardholders will receive cashback equivalent to 0.25% of the amount of the retail purchases and will receive cashback of up to 7.75% on all petrol, groceries and dining transactions and cashback of up to 19.75% on all Grab rides if you accumulate a total retail spend of $888 or more in a statement month.

Cashback of 7.75% on petrol, dining and groceries will be capped at $25 cashback per category per month

Additional 19.75% cashback on Grab rides from 7 April to 6 July 2017 (To be changed to 7.75% thereafter) is capped at $50 per statement month

Enjoy up to 10% Citi Rebate at more than 300 merchant outlets

 

Travel Benefits Travel Benefits

Complimentary travel accident insurance up to $1m, Overseas Medical Benefits and
Travel Inconvenience Benefits when you charge your travel expenses to your card

Earn 2.5% cashback for every $1 spent on participating airlines and hotels at Expedia (Until 28 Feb 2018)

 

Promotions Promotions

New Citibank cardholders can receive free $120 cashback + 7 free Grab rides when you apply for any Citibank Cash Back Card ($20 cashback with min $200 spend for 6 consecutive months + 7
Grab voucher codes worth $10 each)

 

Click here to go to Citibank website for more details about the card and the $120 Cashback promotion

 

Comments on Citi Cash Back Card

 

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