Unfortunately not. Citi, like most issuers, does not allow balance transfers from one of its cards (or loans) to another. However, you can transfer the balance from your Citi card to a card issued by a different bank. The Slate Card from Chase is a great option in this case, as it offers a 0% APR financing for balance transfers and new purchases for the first 15 months, and doesn’t charge either an annual fee or a balance-transfer fee (for the first 60 days). Plus, you only need „good” credit for approval. So if you’re creditworthy enough to get the Citi Diamond Preferred Card, you should be more than qualified for Slate Card approval.
You can learn more about the Slate Card here: ( https://wallethub.com/d/slate-credit-card-614c/). And for more suggestions, check out our editors’ picks for the best balance transfer cards by credit level here: https://wallethub.com/best-balance-transfer-credit-cards/.
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