Citi Cash Back Card
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The Citi Cash Back Card is a credit card ideal for earning cashback on groceries and dining, it offers one of the highest cash back at 8% for both Dining and Groceries. It also offers up to 20.88% off petrol at Esso and Shell. Take note that the 8% cash back is only applicable when you spend at least S$888 per statement month and this cashback is capped at S$25. For all other eligible retail spend, stand to receive a base cashback of 0.25%, with no cap. However, the S$25 cashback cap might be off-putting for some especially after having to spend at least S$888.
Find out about the card's complete host of benefits, charges and promotions below.
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These are some highlights of the Citi Cash Back Card and the cashback benefits on offer.
Benefits of Citi Cash Back Card
What You'll Get
spend a minimum of S$888 to enjoy:
7.75% bonus cashback on Dining, Groceries and Petrol + 0.25% base cashback on all retail purchases no cap
Up to 20.88% savings at Esso and Shell
8% cashback at other petrol stations worldwide
Deals and discounts locally and in 95 other countries
Turn big purchases into smaller payments
Turn your credit card statement retail balance into installments
welcome Gift of S$120 cashback when you spend S$1,200 in the first 3 months
Complimentary travel insurance offered to customers who charge their airfare to Citi Cash Back Card
Citi Cash Back Card - Benefits
To be eligible for the Citi Cash Back card, you'll have to meet the following criteria:
Citi Singapore established its presence in 1902, and is the city's largest foreign banking employer. In 2005, Citi incorporated its Global Consumer Banking (GCB) arm in Singapore - in what's today known as Citibank Singapore Limited. The subsidiary is wholly owned by Citigroup.
Citibank Singapore offers wealth management products and services, including investments, insurance, deposits and treasury products; credit cards and personal lines of credit, and housing loans and share financing.