Citi Cash Bonuses I Missed

May 31, 2010

Earlier this week I made a list of some of the best cash bonuses online and I’ve had some people point out that I missed a few.  I’ll go back and add them to the list but here are some details on one I overlooked:

The Citi Forward credit card from Citibank will give you ThankYou Points after spending a certain amount within the first three months of signing up for the card and opting for paperless accounting.

You can use those bonus points for gift cards, a statement credit, or other rewards in the ThankYou network.

In addition to points promotions, Citi still has some of the best introductory interest rate offers around. They’re really good about offering 0% intro APR for balance transfers and purchases, two cards you might want to check out are the Citi Simplicity and the Citi® Diamond Preferred® Card. 

So what would you do with your bonus; invest it, save it, spend it?  Here are a few recent links on some tips you might use if you decide to save it or invest it.


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One Response to Citi Cash Bonuses I Missed

  • Barb Friedberg

    It always bugs me when I leave $$$ on the table. But, hey, nobody’s perfect so I try not to beat myself up abou it! Thanks for including my link in “A Personal Secret I should Not Divulge” in the personal finance section of the post. I appreciate it:) Barb