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New Bonus Points and Miles Offers on CitiBank Credit Cards

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Editor’s Note: Thank you for your interest, this offer expired and is no longer available.

If you’re looking for bonus points or miles with your credit cards (and I would only suggest doing so if you pay your credit card balances in full every month and if you travel frequently), CitiBank is launching several new offers.

Citi PremierPass® Elite Level

  • 20,000 bonus points after $600 in purchases made within 3 months of account opening
  • Purchase APR of 13.24%

The “bonus points” awarded for using the above cards can be redeemed for flights on any airline with no blackout dates, discounts on hotel stays, retail gift cards, electronics, and even credits through Citi’s ThankYou Network.

Updated October 10, 2014 and originally published March 16, 2008. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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avatar Vic Thacker

Subject: IRS is still FUBB!
Has anyone gone to IRS.GOV and tried to use their calculation for the stimulus rebate? Pure unalduterated typical IRS BS! Doesn’t work. As opposed to your very simply calculator on your site. Too many unqualified government fingers in the pie. I even tried to call the IRS to point out the errors on their site calculator. No way. everyone is evidently out to lunch……with a lobbiest no doubt. Thanks for nothing again Georgie Porgie!

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avatar Bobbyboy

Yes, I used the irs.gov calculator to figure the amount of the stimulus payment and it worked fine. Just follow the bouncing ball!

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