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bunnyrabbit
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Registered: ‎01-20-2008

New Rewards Card from Citi

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New CC from Citi Card Japan Inc.    Will Citi offer same type of card anywhere else?   It looks nice ~ though   If it's available and you qualify, then would you app for it?

 

Citi REWARDS TITANIUM MasterCard

 

Rewards Info: Sat & Sun 3x pts

                          Over sea 2x pts.

                          Revolving Payments 3x

                          Maximum Bonus of 12,000 pts chance

                          Does NOT Expire

 

Card Basic Info:   AF ... Primary Member  3,150 yen    Family Members  525 yen

                                   *Promotion ... Family Members AF will be waved for first 2 yrs if you apply NOW.

                              Qualification ...  Age of 22 yrs and over with Annual Income of 2,000,000 yen and over

                              CL ... 500,000 - 1,000,000 yen

 

 

I tried to copy and paste a pic of card, but it wont let me ...  so, you can see how it looks like at here  http://www.citibank.co.jp/ccsi/ja/campaign/e_reward_ad2/index.html?zid=CEDYLO110903

 

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scottwagnon
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Re: New Rewards Card from Citi

BR, do you have a JCB card? you ought to have one. i've always wanted a JCB card just to have it, but i don't live in a qualifing state.

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Guava
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Re: New Rewards Card from Citi

ooh it does look nice, and it says "Titanium" on the card. Wonder what that refers to?


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ptr2593
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Re: New Rewards Card from Citi

Wow USD is really weak compared to 5 years ago.  Just checked the exchange rate and it's about $1 to 76 Yen.  I went to Japan in 2006 and it was about $1 to 105 yen.

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bunnyrabbit
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Re: New Rewards Card from Citi

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scottwagnon wrote:

BR, do you have a JCB card? you ought to have one. i've always wanted a JCB card just to have it, but i don't live in a qualifing state.


No, I never had JCB card even when I was living in Japan.   And I'm not planning to app for it.  I have total of 9 ccs and I need to let it ages.

One of Japanese Grocery Stores ( we have three) here in San Diego, CA will take JCB card payments along with any Visa and MC, but not Discover and Amex.

 

シティ リワードカード

 

https://bankcardapplication.citibank.co.jp/JPGCB/ICARD/appnew/showNext.do

The app page doesn't have language selection ...  you must live in within Japan to app along with age and income qualification.

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bunnyrabbit
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Re: New Rewards Card from Citi


ptr2593 wrote:

Wow USD is really weak compared to 5 years ago.  Just checked the exchange rate and it's about $1 to 76 Yen.  I went to Japan in 2006 and it was about $1 to 105 yen.


Yes, it is.  I left there in Dec 2003.   It's not really good time to go there unless you have tons of money to spend in Japan money wise.   But it is good time to visit Japan ... soo many tasty autumn foods and tinted autumnal leaves everywhere.  I missed all of those good foods ~  Can someone take me ~   :smileyvery-happy:

 

Oh, you are so lucky ptr!

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