Citibank Rewards Credit Card - Signature
Take advantage of:
Transferring balances from one credit card to another, usually to take advantage of a lower interest rate. Transfers are limited to the available credit on the receiving card.
Interest Free Period
Some credit cards give the cardholder the option to make transactions on their account without being charged any interest. If your card has an 'interest free day' clause (check your pre contractual statement or your conditions of use) then you will qualify for interest free use so long as you pay the entire closing balance of each monthly statement before the due date shown on the statement. If you pay less than the full closing balance as shown on the statement you will incur interest charges in accord with the conditions of use. If you short pay one time, you usually need to pay the
full balance for two consecutive months before your account will be interest free again.
If you carry a balance on your credit card from month to month, you do not have an interest-free period even if your conditions of use say your account has interest free days options. You are charged interest immediately when you make a purchase.
For example, if you have a balance of $500 and make a payment of $50 on June 1st, and buy an item for $50 on June 2nd, you will immediately be charged interest on that $50 purchase. This is because you have an outstanding balance of approximately $450 between June 2nd and your next statement.
Importantly, if your credit card is not an interest free day type account, even if you pay the statement balance in full each month, you will still be charged interest.
Up to 55 days interest-free 10Source: www.citibank.com.au