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Citi Double Cash Card $150 sign up bonus no annual fee

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Sign up bonus increased. Signup for the card and get $150 statement credit when you spend $500 within three months . Earn 2% back on all spend: 1% with the purchase and another 1% at time of payment; no caps or category restrictions. No annual fee. Cash back bonus is not available if you have had Citi® Double Cash card opened or closed in the past 24 months.

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hmm too many credit cards
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Is this the highest signing bonus this credit card has offered to date? In the past, I remember this CC had a sign up bonus.
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Is this the highest signing bonus this credit card has offered to date? In the past, I remember this CC had a sign up bonus.
I think it had a $200 signup bonus, but that was years ago. I just got this card 2 months ago, and the signup bonus was only $100 instead of $150.
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Does anyone know when this offer expires?
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This is my everyday card. My only regret is that I got it when it first came out and I didn't get a sign up bonus.
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Is this the highest signing bonus this credit card has offered to date? In the past, I remember this CC had a sign up bonus.
Yes, it is. The card never had a public signup bonus until recently.
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So its 2% on everything, not a bad deal. I can use it as every card if AMEX and Discover rotation didnt offer anything special
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I think it had a $200 signup bonus, but that was years ago. I just got this card 2 months ago, and the signup bonus was only $100 instead of $150.
$200 signup bonus was strictly targeted. In fact, this card never had ANY public signup bonus until this year.
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Nice, thanks. I needed a replacement card for Citi.
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Anybody know how many you can have of this particular card? Already have two...
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Anybody know how many you can have of this particular card? Already have two...
2 of the same card? How is it even possible. Got mine without bonus last yr.
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So, is this a MasterCard, VISA or something else? (I see no logo on the card). All I care about is its widespread acceptance by merchants. What kind of card is this? Current owners, any difficulty using it at retail locations? Thanks.
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So, is this a MasterCard, VISA or something else? (I see no logo on the card). All I care about is its widespread acceptance by merchants. What kind of card is this? Current owners, any difficulty using it at retail locations? Thanks.

I'm wondering the same. I have a MC version. If this is Visa I may sign up and get the bonus.
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should be MC, I think they stopped issuing the VISA version long ago.

Also wish I waited for this $150 bonus instead of the $100. Frown
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