Introducing the Citi Diamond Preferred Rewards Card, the credit card with the flexibility to earn the rewards you really want. You can earn anything from airline travel to gift certificates to statement credits and more.
You earn 5 ThankYou points for every $ 1 spent on purchases at gas stations, drug stores and super markets. For almost all other purchases you earn 1 ThankYou point. After the first 12 months that you are a card holder, all purchases earn one ThankYou point, including at gas stations, drug stores and super markets. Purchases at warehouse clubs, discount stores and convenience stores are not eligible for points.
The Citi ThankYou Network offers:
- Rewards from many of your favorite merchants
- More than 1,000 rewards items to choose from
- Many rewards starting at just 1,000 ThankYou Points
You can redeem your points for things like:
- Gift certificates for some of the finest stores and restaurants
- Retail merchandise, from the latest DVDs to sporting equipment
- Travel on any airline you choose, with no blackout dates (Round-trip tickets start at just 25,000 Points)
- Hotel stays, car rentals and vacation packages
- Statement credits toward your billing statement
- If there's a reward you want that's not in our collection, we'll work to find it for you – we call it "Your Wish Fulfilled"
So you can earn points towards the rewards you want the most. It makes using your credit card exciting when you know it is getting you closer to your ideal reward. You may not be able to justify that new barbeque or a vacation, but what if you credit card could give you that?
Now when you apply you also get 5000 bonus ThankYou points after your first purchase. Unlike many rewards credit cards, there is no annual fee and the rewards program is free. Also there is a 0% introductory rate on purchases and balance transfers for 12 months.
The Citi Diamond Preferred Rewards Card is perfect for someone looking for a flexible rewards program. Choose the reward you want and easily earn it with your credit card.
Source by Jeremy Biberdorf