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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by joe, Nov 27, 2000.
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sorry the link didn't work to amex...just cut and paste, not my fault.
NEVER MIND IT WORKED NOW.
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The CITIBANK PLATINUM CASH REBATE CARD.
That was Creative
That was creative, and makes perfect sense. Citibank does have some neglected cards with cash-back features, including my ClickCiti Platinum Select card with no annual fee. They just extended the 2% bonus rebate period to December 31. The biggest limitation on my card is that use is restricted to Internet transactions only. I'm sure the card you mentioned is more versatile.
Thanks for the info everybody.
I went with the Citibank Platinum Cash Back card. (Thanks Roni!!!) I already have a Discover, which is the only reason I didn't get one of those. My Discover card is definately the best card, I just wish every retailer accepted it.