Citi® Double Cash Card

Citi® Double Cash Card
Dan's Rating: 4.0 / 5   
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Card Features


Fraud Protection
Concierge Service
Travel Accident Insurance
Car Rental Coverage
Apple Pay
Android Pay
Event Ticket Pre-Sale Access

The Sign-Up Bonus

  • This card does not have a welcome offer ­čÖü

Get These Perks

  •   Earn unlimited 1% cash back on your payments on purchases, in addition to earning 1% cash back on purchases.
  •   Pay no annual fee on this card

Pros & Cons

  Earn up to 2% cash back, unlimited with no category restrictions
  0% APR on balance transfers or 18 months
  No annual fee


  No 0% APR on purchases to match the balance transfer offer

  No sign-up bonus

  High 3% foreign transaction fee



What You'll PayMore fee details 

Annual Fee
No annual fee
Foreign Transaction Fees
3.00%


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CreditCardRewards.com Review

Written by Dan 3 months ago

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Great card for earning up to 2% cash back on all purchases regardless of category with a generous intro 0% APR period for balance transfers, but it lacks some perks when compared to similar 2%+ cash back cards.




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Q:  How soon after a completed purchase will the rewards total be updated?
asked 1 year ago

A:  The Citi Purchase Tracker doesn't update in real time, so you may have to wait up to a few days before purchases appear. You can rest assured all purchases are being tracked, it just takes some time for them to show up.
answered by Dan 1 year ago