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Update: This offer is no longer available. View the current offer here – Citi Double Cash Card

The Citi Double Cash Card is now offering a sign-up bonus. The card is back with a public sign-up bonus offer of $100 cash back after you spend $500 in the first three months of account opening.

According to the terms and conditions of this particular offer, you’re not eligible for the $100 sign-up bonus if you’ve opened or closed the card within the past 24 months. Otherwise, if approved, you’ll be eligible to earn the $100 in cash back bonus after spending $500 within three months. There’s no indication how long this sign-up bonus will be around.

As a reminder, with the card you’ll earn unlimited 2% cash back on every purchase, which comes in two parts. First, you’ll earn 1% cash back on every purchase, and you’ll earn the second 1% cash back on those payments as long as you pay the minimum due. There’s no cap and no category restrictions for the 2% cash back earning. There’s no annual fee with the card, however there is a 3% foreign transaction fee for foreign purchases.

Previously, the card had no sign-up bonus offer. So, this public offer could be a good time to sign up if you’ve been considering adding it to your wallet. In fact, the card ranked as one of our best cash-back cards for 2018.

The information for the Citi Double Cash Card has been collected independently by The Points Guy. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the card issuer.

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