BP CITI MASTERCARD
BP Citi Mastercard (Credit Card)Mastercard
        
The BP-Citi Mastercard is a great card for saving money on interest as it offers you the chance of a 2.9% interest rate for the first 12 months. This makes it ideal for those trying to solve debt problems. Not only that, but there is a great cash back rebate that comes as an added bonus!
Location: Australia
Advantages:
1.Up to 25% off as a member of Citibank World Privileges.
2.With this card you will get up to 55 days of interest-free on retail purchases.
3.You can get 5% back on the first $600 and 0.5% on the following $5,000 spent.
4.You get 12 months at a reduuced interest rate of 2.9%.
5.Quick and easy online application process.
Disadvantages:
1.Annual fee of $79
2.You must have a good credit rating.
3.You cannot apply for this card unless you are over the age of 18 and you live in Australia permanantly.
4.To apply you must have a taxeable income of $20,000 per year or more.
Services:
You will have access to all the services of Citibank World Privileges.

APR: 20.89% p.a.
Credit Limit: $25,000
Credit Rebuild: No
Chip and Pin: Yes
Under 18: No
SMS Banking: No

Fees: $79
Cash Back: 5% (first $600) 0.5%
Cash Advances: 21.39% p.a.
Balance Transfer: 2.9% p.a (12 months) 20.89% p.a.
New Purchase: 20.89% p.a.

Rewards: Access to Citibank World Privileges with up to 25% off shopping, dining and travel worldwide.
        

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