You can fill out a Citi Double Cash application online or by phone at 1-877-645-3708. To apply for the Double Cash Card, you will need to provide your name, address, Social Security number, date of birth, phone number, email address, and other personal information. Once you submit your application, you’ll usually get an instant decision. However, it can take longer if Citibank needs to verify your information.
If you haven’t gotten a decision on your Citi Double Cash application, check the status online or by calling 1-888-201-4523.
You can redeem your Citi Double Cash Card rewards by logging in to your online account either through Citibank’s website or its mobile app. Once logged in, you can choose to receive your earned cash back as a check, statement credit or a direct deposit to a Citibank checking or savings account. Alternatively, you can convert your cash back to … read full answerThankYou Points.
Just note that you must have at least $25 in cash back to redeem for checks, direct deposits and statement credits. For conversion to ThankYou Points, there’s a $1 minimum amount requirement.
Citi Double Cash Card offers 2% cash back - half when you make purchases and the other half as you pay for them. Citi Double Cash Card rewards only expire when cardholders haven’t earned cash back within a 12 month period.
The Citi Double Cash offers a cash back rewards program (2% on every purchase with unlimited 1% cash back when you buy, plus an additional 1% as you pay for those purchases) while the Citi Simplicity doesn’t offer a rewards program at all.… read full answer
However, Citi Simplicity is one of the best 0% credit cards on the market. It offers 0% for 18 months on balance transfers and 0% for 18 months on new purchases, thus making it great for individuals who want an extended promotional APR period to save interest on big-ticket purchases.
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