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Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Citibank Dividend Card vs. AT&T Universal Card

I wanted to sign up for the Citibank Dividend Card, which has 5% cash rebate on supermarket and gas purchases, and 1% on everything else. But I already have an AT&T Universal Card that pays 5% cash rebate on supermarket and gas purchases, and 1% on everything else. I realize the Universal Card and the Dividend card are the same in terms of cash rebates. They're both from Citibank. In that case, I don't need to sign up for another card. Good, I will not inquire a hard pull on my credit report.

5 Comments:

At 8/09/2005 04:00:00 PM, Blogger nickel said...

But if you max out your rewards on one, it's nice to have the other around.
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At 8/09/2005 04:08:00 PM, Blogger Smarty said...

Max cash rebate is $300. That's spending up to to $30,000 in a year. I don't have to worry about that for some time.

 
At 8/09/2005 05:28:00 PM, Blogger Brian said...

...or spending $6,000 a year on purchases that return the full 5% cash back.

 
At 8/21/2005 08:35:00 PM, Blogger klauss said...

That card (citi) is great and somehow the $300 comes at you fast. Any other cards with a %5 rebate on stuff other than gas and grocery/meds

 
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