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  1. trudy

    trudy Junior Member

    Feb 28, 2007
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    Try this link for no annual fee ever for both silver and gold card
    Not sure it's still valid, but i did try "apply now" and it still work :)

    I already have the gold cc with no annual fee ever from the last promotion though :)

    Here's the link.:D

    Citibank Australia - Special Introductory Offer Application
     

  2. trudy

    trudy Junior Member

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  3. creditcardman

    creditcardman Junior Member

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    Citibank have really had some great deals lately. I guess they are trying to get into the market as I don't think they have much of a slice at the moment in Australia?
     
  4. robiny

    robiny Newbie

    Mar 6, 2007
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    This deal does not seem to have the free points reward program..

    can someone confirm?
     
  5. SeaWolf

    SeaWolf Active Member

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    Well, there's nothing about it on that page, but I'd say it just comes standard with any Gold Card from Citibank.
     
  6. robiny

    robiny Newbie

    Mar 6, 2007
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    Should come standard but does it?


    They advertised it in every other offer they brought out to highlight how good that card was, but this one they only advertise free travel insurance.


    I have been waiting for the gold card with no fees and rewards.. but that hasnt come yet..
     
  7. robiny

    robiny Newbie

    Mar 6, 2007
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    Signed up to citibank... and yes.. this promotion does come with free rewards and free insurance and 55 days interest free and comes with a multicultural support from india to america and australia and some other countries...


    sooo.... if ur up for diff languages and a pretty good deal.. this promotion may be pretty good...


    but yeah... recommend this card to people..


    Cheers
     
  8. alect

    alect Member

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    I signed up online - didn't process online (but said it was still being processed).

    Just got an email that it had been approved and would be sent by mail (to my parent's address in MEL which I put down) - so should be ready for me once we move to MEL early 08 :mrgreen:

    Thanks for the link.
     
  9. casp

    casp Intern

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    Point Cap?

    I have just got my citibank silver card today. In the reward program term & cons it's indicate that there is a 40.000 points per year limit for silver card, 60,000 for gold. Is that true?
     
  10. oz_mark

    oz_mark Enthusiast

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    Re: Point Cap?

    Yes, but having said that, some have reported it has not been enforced, while others have had the limit enforced.
     
  11. Chicken

    Chicken Active Member

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    Re: Point Cap?

    Note the wording in the T&C. It's "may". They "may" cap you.

    I used to have a silver card and I was earning more than the cap limit for platinum card. I'm now on the free gold card, and I'm still earning way over the limit
     
  12. oz_mark

    oz_mark Enthusiast

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    Re: Point Cap?

    Correct. The actual wording is below. As I said, Citibank have gone both ways on this, enforced it on some and not on others. The wording also lets them choose other limits if the feel like it.

     
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