One of the credit cards that I carry is called the Citi Dividend MasterCard. The feature that I like most about it is that I get 2% cash back for purchases at supermarkets, drug stores, gas stations, convenience stores and utilities on this card. They call these "everyday" purchases.
The way that this credit card works, one accumulates Dividend Dollars for the above mentioned "everyday" purchases. For all other purchases, a 1% cash reward is earned. Whenever $50 or more is accumulated, I can request a check from Citibank. They will pay out the entire balance, not just the minimum amount of $50. Believe me, this is a lot less hassle than a lot of the other rewards cards. In many other cases, I've found myself browsing through reward catalogs to find something that I had enough points for, and that I really wanted to get. Also, the Citi Dividend credit card is not a tiered award where you have to spend a certain amount (usually a few thousand dollars) before you qualify to get the maximum rate.
These days, I don't really have any better alternative card to use at the time. The 2% rebate is a lot better than most of my other credit cards which pay nothing. I would be interested, though, to see if another better offer will come along.
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Monday, November 9, 2009
Citibank Dividend MasterCard
Posted by pfstock at 6:40 AM
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