You can find the Citi Double Cash Card login page on Citi’s website. Everyone who has a Citi account can log in to manage their account there. There is no separate page for a Citi Double Cash Card login.
If you don’t have an online account, it’s pretty easy to create one. Just go to the login page and click below the username and password fields where it says, “Register for Online Access.” You’ll then need to enter your card number, along with your birthdate and the last 4 digits of your SSN. Then you can set up your account and create a username and password. After you’re logged in, you’ll have full access to your account, allowing you to view your balance, see your transactions and rewards, make payments and more.
You can also access the Citi Double Cash Card login page from the Citi mobile app, which you can get for free for both Apple and Android. This is probably the most convenient way for you to manage your account on the go. You’ll just need to log in on the app with the same information you’d normally put in to the website login field.
Yes, Citi Double Cash rewards expire if you don’t make a single purchase or bill payment for a full year. Similarly, Citi Double Cash rewards expire if you don’t redeem your remaining balance when you close your account.
These might seem like negatives. But most rewards cards have these rules. And look on the bright side: It’s pretty easy to avoid losing your rewards.… read full answer
Here’s how to make sure your Citi Double Cash rewards don’t expire:
Make at least one purchase every year. Simply spending a few dollars at a gas station or grocery store every once in a while will help you avoid losing rewards due to inactivity.
Regularly redeem your cash back. You can get your cash back as a statement credit, check or direct deposit to a bank account. This won’t reset the expiration countdown, but it will keep you from having much to lose.
You’ll also lose your rewards if Citi closes your account due to irresponsible or illegal behavior. That includes things like not making even the minimum payments for a long time or trying to defraud Citi. So, uh, don’t do that.
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