Home Credit Cards Citi Costco Anywhere Card Limited BenefitsCiti Costco Anywhere Card Limited Benefits July 3, 2019 by Play Your Cards Right The Citi Costco Anywhere Card is Citi and Costco’s co-branded card. A new co-branded card was needed after Costco switched their network acceptance from American Express to Visa in 2016. Costco partnered with Citibank to create the card after the partnership was forged. The Costco card earns straight cash back. However, that can be useful for miscellaneous travel expenses as well as for investments. For cash back lovers, this card is one of the best in the industry for various purchases. But travelers who value transferrable points should steer clear. Costco Membership Fees The Costco Anywhere Card also has no annual fee. However, all Costco members must pay the store’s annual membership fee. Personal and Business Gold Star (basic) memberships cost $60 per year. This is the best way to go for most people, especially … [Read more...] about Citi Costco Anywhere Card Limited Benefits
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Home Credit Cards Are You Scrambling to Redeem Your Citi Thank You Points?Are You Scrambling to Redeem Your Citi Thank You Points? June 26, 2019 by Play Your Cards Right I’m sure you’ve heard the news by now. Citi is dropping several of its benefits from their cards. Many Citi cardholders are in a state of panic, remorseful and eager to cancel their card(s). If you’re among this population, you might be wondering how to use up your Citi Thank You points before cancelling. This post aims to help you put together a game plan in the midst of all this upheaval. In this post we’ll focus on Thank You point-earning cards, namely the Citi Prestige, Premier, and Rewards +. However, co-branded and cash back cards are also subject to this benefit removal. The decision to keep those cards will also depend on other factors, such as annual fees and benefits related to the card’s co-branding partner. Citi Prestige & Premier Citi’s premium … [Read more...] about Are You Scrambling to Redeem Your Citi Thank You Points?
I’ve stopped counting the number of cities I’ve fallen in love with. But I think Pittsburgh might be the first city to have loved me back. On a Sunday morning in February, the sun broke through rain clouds, and I walked along Pittsburgh’s waterfront to a 10-foot tall bronze sculpture of Mister Rogers tying his shoes. I heard his voice through overhead speakers. “Did you know that wondering about things is one of the first steps to understanding them?” Birds chirped, a freight train rumbled, and I looked upriver toward the sparkling skyline. I’d intended to make this a quick stop, but I couldn’t step away from that familiar voice. By the time Fred had reminded me that there’s nobody else in the world who is exactly like me, I had cried, laughed and called my mom. Steel City remains gritty. On dreary days in western Pennsylvania, the pitter-patter of rain is the soundtrack for a setting that’s scorned for its gruffness, car-eating … [Read more...] about Pittsburgh may be Steel City, but it’s full of gems
Video Onel Hernandez leads the charge in Norwich City's 1-0 win over Swansea City Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd Paul Chesterton Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his Swansea City verdict after the Canaries’ 1-0 Championship triumph 1. Comfort break Not for the first time this season Daniel Farke was spot on. Swansea City by some distance were the best team Norwich have encountered since arguably Leeds’ comprehensive early season Championship win at Carrow Road. The slick manner Graham Potter’s side moved the ball from back to front, the interplay allied to the terrifying speed of Dan James at the sharp end produced a bumpy ride for the Canaries. Particularly in the first half when all that was missing was the presence of Oli McBurnie to provide some genuine cutting edge. McBurnie’s absence through illness was undoubtedly a bonus for Norwich. But half-time offered a chance for some vital respite and the response … [Read more...] about Paddy’s Pointers: Five observations from Norwich City’s spirited 1-0 Championship win against Swansea City
Joshua Goodman Associated Press Published 12:47 PM EST Jan 24, 2019 Caracas, Venezuela – Venezuela’s top military brass pledged their unwavering support for embattled President Nicolas Maduro on Thursday, delivering vows of loyalty before rows of green-uniformed officers on state television. A half-dozen generals belonging largely to district commands and with direct control over thousands of troops joined Maduro in accusing the United States of meddling in Venezuela’s affairs and said they would uphold the socialist leader’s rule. Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino Lopez, a key Maduro ally, later delivered his own proclamation, dismissing efforts to install a “de-facto parallel government” as tantamount to a coup. “It’s not a war between Venezuelans that will solve our problems,” he said. “It’s dialogue.” Venezuelans are heading into uncharted political waters after the young leader of a newly united … [Read more...] about Top Venezuela military brass vow to back Maduro amid unrest