Citibank offers a wide range of credit cards in different categories – there are student credit cards, shopping credit cards, dining credit cards, travel cards and grocery credit cards among others. As the name suggests, grocery credit cards are those that offer great benefits in the form of cashbacks or reward points when it comes to grocery shopping. There aren’t too many grocery credit cards in the market with Citibank being one of the top banks offering credit cards under this category.
Let’s take a look at some popular grocery credit cards offered by Citibank in Singapore. We look at the features and benefits of these cards, among other details including how to apply for these cards, fee related details and interest charges.
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Well, there are two major credit cards offered by Citibank that fall under the category of groceries. These cards come with a host of benefits and features, making your routine grocery shopping experiences more appealing than ever. Let’s go ahead and take a look at some of these grocery credit cards offered by Citibank in Singapore.
The Cashback Credit Card is one of the most popular grocery credit cards in the market right now. Let’s take a look at the salient features and benefits of the Citi Cashback Credit Card.
Another popular credit card that offers excellent benefits as far as grocery shopping is concerned is the Citi Rewards Credit Card. Let’s take a look at some prominent features associated with this credit card:
The interest rate per annum on Citibank Credit Cards is 26% p.a. This interest is levied on a compounding basis on your outstanding credit card balance. Every month, you will be required to make a minimum payment of 3% of your total outstanding balance by the due date. If your monthly payment isn’t made before the due date, penalty charges will accordingly be levied. The interest of 26% p.a. is on purchases made using your Citibank Credit Card.
Cash advances also attract an interest charge along with a cash advance handling charge. The interest on cash advances is 26.9% p.a., again, levied at a compounding rate of interest on an everyday basis. Also, a cash advance handling charge of 6% of the amount withdrawn using your credit card will be levied.
|Product/Item||Fees and Charges|
|Annual fees for Citi SMRT Credit Card||
• Principal card – S$165.50
• Supplementary card – S$85.60
|Annual fees for Citi Cashback Credit Card||
• Principal card – S$192.60
• Supplementary card – S$96.30
|Annual fees for Citi Rewards Credit Card||
• Principal card – S$192.60
• Supplementary card – S$96.30.
|Interest rate||26% p.a. on expenses.|
|Cash advance charge||6% of the withdrawn amount or S$15, depending on whichever of the two is higher.|
|Interest on cash advance||26.9% p.a. levied at a compounding rate of interest.|
|Late payment fee||S$40.|
|Lost or stolen credit card liability||Maximum liability charge of S$100|
In order to apply for these Citibank grocery Credit Cards, the following eligibility parameters need to be met:
If you wish to apply for the Citibank Grocery Credit Cards, all you have to do is visit the Citibank SIngapore website and place an online request for the credit card of your choice by filling out the online application form.
You will also need to upload your supporting documents – your proof of identity, proof of income, and proof of residence. Once that’s done, an executive from the bank will get in touch with you and help you complete the remainder of your application.
The bank will review your application against various parameters, most importantly your credit history and your credit score. If your credit profile meets the bank’s internal credit norms, your application will be approved.
Once your application is approved, the bank will dispatch your credit card and you can expect to receive your credit card in about 7 to 10 business days.
If you wish to cancel a grocery credit card, you will need to contact the bank’s hotline number and inform the bank about your intention to cancel your card.
Lost or stolen cards can be reported to the bank by contacting the DBS credit card hotline Number. Customers are required to provide details of their card including the card number, the pin, etc. and information on the most recent transactions performed by them using their card. The bank will subsequently block the card from future transactions. Customers are also expected to provide written confirmation of the loss/theft of their card.