Citi Select Credit Card (Credit Card)Visa Card
The Citi Select Credit Card offers you access to a new tier of services and benefits that sit above anything currently offered on your Platinum Credit Card. With your Citi Select Credit Card you will earn two points per dollar spent, plus enjoy the benefit of unlimited points that never expire.
Location: Australia
1. Earn 2 Citi Rewards points per $1 spent, plus the benefits of unlimited points with no expiry
2. Experience a new level of rewards with our exclusive Premium Selection, part of your complimentary Citi Rewards program.
3. Extensive travel rewards; access an expanded range of airline and hotel partners2, or use our online booking service to secure great deals on flights and accommodation and pay with your points - the choice is yours.
4. Option to join Citi Qantas Rewards3 and have your points transferred automatically to your Qantas Frequent Flyer account each month
5. Complimentary International and Domestic Lounge access with Priority Pass
6. Access to expert banking and investment consulting through our Citigold centres
7. Dedicated premium customer service
8. Access to the best Citi has to offer, in Australia and around the world
1. High Annual Fee $700
2. Minimum Income Requirement $120,000
Up to 55 days interest-free

APR: 20.74% p.a.
Credit Limit: Varies
Credit Rebuild: No
Chip and Pin: Yes
Under 18: No
SMS Banking: No

Fees: $700
Cash Back: N/A
Cash Advances: 21.24% p.a.
Balance Transfer: 4.9% p.a. (12 months) 20.74% p.a.
New Purchase: 20.74% p.a.

Rewards: 2 Citi Rewards points per $1 spent

News Charts News and Charts

Starting to worry about the cost of student life . Look no further a Student credit card is your answer.
31 August 2018
Which Way To Pay
Student credit cards. When starting your student life it can be a worry over the financial side of things
When Looking for a Home Loan , Be warned that certain rates are set to rise.
31 August 2018
Which Way To Pay
Recent studies have confirmed that Home Loan rates are set to rise due to the current market changes
Students Feeling the hit of Studying costs has reached its highest
18 April 2017
Which Way To Pay
Many students in Australia are feeling a hit after studying costs rise , student credit cards are the way forward