If you're looking for a credit card that provides you with exceptional cash rewards simply for making everyday purchases and paying for those purchases, then the Citi® Double Cash Card could be just what your wallet needs.
Read our responses below to find the answers to the most frequently asked questions about one of Citi®'s best cash back credit cards for everyday purchases.
As with any credit card, the credit limit for the Citi® Double Cash Card is determined based on the Cardholder's creditworthiness. Learn more about the Citi® Double Cash Credit Card.
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|Credit cards that earn cash back typically allow Cardmembers to redeem cash rewards for checks, statement credits or direct deposit. For example, Citi® Double Cash Cardmembers receive 2% cash back by earning 1% cash back on purchases plus an additional 1% cash back as they pay for those purchases.||Reward credit cards typically reward Cardmembers through a point system, where points are accumulated for redemption towards travel, statement credit, gift cards and other products.|
The application process for Citi® Double Cash Card is easy and straightforward. You can apply one of two ways:
2. Apply by phone: 1-877-645-3708
By becoming a Citi® Double Cash Card Cardmember, you enjoy these rewards:
The Citi® Double Cash Card does not charge an annual fee.1 Other fees associated with the Card include:
Instead of points, the Citi® Double Cash Card provides cardmembers with the opportunity to earn exceptional cash rewards on purchases.
Double Cash Cardmembers earn 2% cash back by earning 1% cash back on purchases plus an additional 1% cash back as they pay for those purchases — whether it's all at once or over time — you earn an additional 1% cash back on those credit card payments.
To earn cash back, pay at least the minimum due on time.
There is no limit to the amount of cash back you can earn with the Citi® Double Cash Card. Plus, the Citi® Double Cash Card has no restricting categories to keep track of and no annual fee.1
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