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Re: What kind of CITI card you have?


asteroidblues86 wrote:

android01 wrote:

I have a Citi Diamond Preferred.  I'm thinking about PC'ing to something else. 


Any idea what you might get?


There's really nothing that thrills me about Citi cards right now.  I've thought of a Thankyou preferred, but I'm adverse to the AF.  Citi isn't the first choice of cards I use.  Lately I've been using my USbank Cash+ and my JP Morgan Select.  I think the Diamond Preferred card will go away eventually and be replaced with Simplicity or some yet-to-be-determined new card.  

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Re: What kind of CITI card you have?

I have the Citi Forward card for college students. It's my favorite card since it currently has my highest limit and it gets me 5x points on restaraunts and Amazon, among other places.

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Re: What kind of CITI card you have?

Citi Dividend World Elite MasterCard. I'm thinking about a Forward card since I spend a lot on restaurants, but with 2x on my CSP and the way I transfer points the difference isn't that great.

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Re: What kind of CITI card you have?


android01 wrote:

asteroidblues86 wrote:

android01 wrote:

I have a Citi Diamond Preferred.  I'm thinking about PC'ing to something else. 


Any idea what you might get?


There's really nothing that thrills me about Citi cards right now.  I've thought of a Thankyou preferred, but I'm adverse to the AF.  Citi isn't the first choice of cards I use.  Lately I've been using my USbank Cash+ and my JP Morgan Select.  I think the Diamond Preferred card will go away eventually and be replaced with Simplicity or some yet-to-be-determined new card.  


I have Thank you preferred and it has no annual fee. The Thank you Premier and Prestige are the two with the annual fees. I chose to PC to that one because unlike Dividend and Forward there are no earn caps or expiration.

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Re: What kind of CITI card you have?

Citi Government Travel Card.


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