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Earn A Cash Bonus Of $25 when you open NEW CITIBANK® SAVINGS ACCOUNT, Maintain at least $100 in your new savings account for 7 consecutive calendar

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YOU CAN EARN $25 AFTER YOU OPEN AND MAKE A
QUALIFYING DEPOSIT IN A NEW CITIBANK® SAVINGS ACCOUNT.

Earn A Cash Bonus Of $25

Step to open a account :
1) Click the "Enroll Now" button below to enroll in the promotion and open your new Citibank
Savings Plus Account in an eligible banking package online. Or, visit a branch or call to enroll and open your account in person.
2) Fund the new Savings Plus Account with at least $100 between 9/1/16 and 10/31/16.
3) Maintain at least $100 in your new savings account for 7 consecutive calendar
days thereafter.*


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Am i alone in thinking that this offer is pathetic?
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CC funding?
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The customer must have an eligible Citibank consumer checking account in The Citigold® Account Package, The Citibank Account Package, Student Account Package, Basic Banking Package or Access Account Package.
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Quote from harish7447 View Post :
Am i alone in thinking that this offer is pathetic?
$25 on $100 in 7 days? The chase offer everyone loves is $200 on $15,000 over 3 months. This is a much better return by the numbers.
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Am i alone in thinking that this offer is pathetic?
Yeah, maybe. I give them points though for trying something a little more ethical than Wells Fargo's temporarily successful campaign to boost business.
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