Offer Removed is now offering 3% Cash Back on every eligible $1 spent at Grocery Stores, Gas Stations, and Quick Service Restaurants. Earn 1% Cash Back for every $1 spent anywhere else.

  • Receive $50 Cash Back after your first purchase
  • Save up $200 in rewards and redeem for $250 cash back
  • Save with 0% APR* for up to 6 months, No Annual Fee

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      gman2k0 Ben's cred: 5
      Posted 12:07 pm PDT 09/3/08

      I like the blue cash card listed at http://www.bacon.com better because they offer 5% cash back! Amex is a lot better in every sense.

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      aloa64 Ben's cred: 9
      Posted 12:15 pm PDT 09/3/08

      The only problem with the amex blue cash card is you need to spend $6500 before the 5% cashback kicks in. I believe it's 1% otherwise.

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      bostonman Ben's cred: 175
      Posted 12:27 pm PDT 09/3/08

      My Citicard's 5% cashback already saved me hundreds of dollars.
      Too bad it expired at the end of 3rd month and now is 1% cashback only.

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      rightnowkp Ben's cred: 20
      Posted 3:05 pm PDT 09/3/08

      Nice card. Is there a better one out there?

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      superman2005 Ben's cred: 97
      Posted 3:18 pm PDT 09/3/08

      #2 is right. This citi card is much better than the amex.

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      acumenhokie Ben's cred: 83
      Posted 4:54 pm PDT 09/3/08

      I signed up when it was $250 not $50 after the first purchase. That was 2 years ago and I haven't seen that deal again. That said I use this card all the time and haven't ever had a problem with it.

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      not4sale Ben's cred: 17
      Posted 6:05 pm PDT 09/3/08

      isn't the chase card that gives you 3% cash back on your top 3 or 5 categories better than this? that seems more flexible.

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      dreese9859 Ben's cred: 10
      Posted 7:34 pm PDT 09/3/08

      What about the Discover More card? I believe that they have a lower limit before you can get to the 5%. Has anybody compared this to the Citi one or the AmEx Blue Cash? Let me know your opinion. Thanks!

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