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Thursday, July 06, 2006

Out with The Old and In with The New: The Citi® Dividend American Express® Card Replaces the Citi® Dividend Platinum Select MasterCard®

Citi Credit Cards
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One of the most popular offers we've had here on the www.FedPrimeRate.com website has been updated, with a twist: The Citi® Dividend American Express® Card has replaced the Citi® Dividend Platinum Select MasterCard®.

That's right, folks: two of the world's most reputable financial services companies -- Citibank® and American Express -- have teamed up and released a number of new credit card products. Of all the new cards being offered as a result of the partnership between these two financial giants, we like the new Citi Dividend American Express Card best, because of the excellent rewards e.g. you can earn 5% cash back at supermarkets, drug stores and gas stations. Furthermore, with the Citi Dividend American Express Card, there's no annual fee, and -- this being the credit card balance transfer website -- it's no surprise that we really like the 0% annual percentage rate (APR) on transferred balances for 12 months.

The Citi Dividend American Express Card has a balance transfer feature that's new to us here at www.FedPrimeRate.com: $5 cash back for each individual balance transfer transaction of $1,500 or more.

The new Citi Dividend American Express Card is accepted wherever merchants accept American Express. Of course, if you really want a Citibank credit card that's co-branded with MasterCard®, you can always apply for the Citi® Diamond Preferred® Rewards Card, which offers the same 12 month interest-free period on transferred balances.

That's it for now. Stay tuned for the latest and greatest news from the world of interest-free balance transfer credit cards.


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