Citi Simplicity Review – 0% for 21 Months

Citibank is no stranger to launching quality credit cards with excellent introductory rates, and it would appear they’ve done it again.  The Citi Simplicity® Card – No Late Fees Ever, which you may have seen advertised on television, is now offering consumers the longest 0% intro rate available today–21 months on both purchases and balance transfers. And even though this card doesn’t carry a rewards program, it has a few other cool benefits as well, which we cover in this Citi Simplicity review.

Get more details on this card here.

Cardholders of the card will receive a 0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers for 21 months.  After the introductory period has expired, the interest rate will go up based on current rates and your credit worthiness.  The balance transfer fee is a standard 3% with a $5 minimum.

Another area where the Citi Simplicity® Card – No Late Fees Ever outperforms the competition is with its perks.  For example, most credit cards include a late fee of $35 or more or a fee for going over your credit limit. The card doesn’t charge such fees.  This does not mean however, that you can make late payments frequently … simply that Citi can forgive a time or two.  Also important to note is that anytime you need assistance, you can call Citi using the number on the back of your card, punch in your account number and be connected to a live agent immediately.  No wasting time with automation.

Sometimes a name says it all, and this card does exactly what you would expect.  This card is perfect for responsible credit card users looking to make interest free purchases (as well as take advantage of a balance transfer) for 21 months.

Get more details on this card here.

Citi Simplicity® Card

No Annual Fee
Citi Simplicity® Card
8.125

0% Balance Transfer

10/10

    0% on Purchases

    10/10

      Fees

      10/10

        Rewards

        3/10

          Pros

          • 0% on balance transfers for 21 months
          • 0% on purchases for 21 months
          • No annual fee
          • Access to your FICO score

          Cons

          • Limited rewards
          • Balance transfer fee
          Published or Updated: September 6, 2016

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