Just months after withdrawing it to new applicants, Citibank has re-launched its Citi Prestige credit card with fewer benefits than before. But the $700 annual fee has not been reduced. The new-but-not-improved Citi Prestige card was put back on the market at the beginning of this month. Meanwhile, Citibank has rebranded several of its other Australian credit cards. As of 19 … [Read more...]
Citibank is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. We provide tips, tricks and chat about the various Citibank credit cards available in Australia.
Citibank also issue cards which are branded by other companies. A good example of this is the Coles Mastercard which is great for travelling overseas due to there being no forex fee.
Citibank is no longer offering the Citi Prestige and Citi Prestige Qantas credit cards to new applicants. The Citi Prestige card, which has a $700 annual fee, was withdrawn at the beginning of this month. The Citi Prestige card was Citibank's most premium credit card in the Australian market. It was expensive, but it also came with a substantial range of benefits. A unique … [Read more...]
Citibank has started offering Diners Club companion cards for free with selected Citibank credit cards. The companion cards do not cost any extra and come with some unique benefits. These include a higher earn rate of frequent flyer points and no foreign transaction fees. The Diners Club companion card is available in conjunction with any Citi Prestige, Signature or Platinum … [Read more...]
If you're a Citibank cardholder, did you know that you can get a free bottle of wine when eating out? As part of the Citibank Dining Program, all Citibank cardholders are entitled to a free wine bottle when dining at over 450 partner restaurants. All Australian Citibank credit and debit cards are included in this offer. The program is also available to some Diners Club … [Read more...]
If you have a Coles Rewards MasterCard credit card, now is your last chance to earn Flybuys points for ATO tax payments. From 5 March 2018, the card will no longer award points for "government related transactions" including tax payments. The change coincides with Citibank taking over the Coles Rewards MasterCard from Latitude Financial Services, which will also happen on 5 … [Read more...]