AT&T Access More Card from Citi

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AT&T Access More Card from Citi’s Rewards

Bonus
New Phone Offer
Base Earn
1 point / $1
Max Earn
3 points / $1
Earn / Redeem Limit
No
  • 3 ThankYou Points for every $1 you spend on purchases made online at retail and travel websites
  • 3 ThankYou Points for every $1 you spend on products and services purchased directly from AT&T
  • 1 point earned for every $1 you spend on other purchases
  • 10,000 Anniversary bonus points after you spend $10,000 in prior cardmembership year

AT&T Access More Card from Citi’s Key APRs & Fees

Intro Rate on Purchases
0% for 7 months
Intro Rate on Transfers
Not Offered
Regular Rate
14.99% - 22.99% (V)
  • ANNUAL FEE
  • BALANCE TRANSFER
    FEE
    3%

AT&T Access More Card from Citi’s Additional Info

  • MAX LATE FEE   $35
  • MAX OVERLIMIT
    FEE  
    None
  • MAX PENALTY APR   29.99% (V)
  • GRACE PERIOD   23 days
  • ONLINE RESPONSE   No
  • CASH ADVANCE
    RATE
    25.24% (V)
  • CASH ADVANCE
    FEE
    5% (min $10)
  • FOREIGN
    TRANSACTION FEE  
    3%
  • SMART CHIP   Yes, chip-and-PIN
  • The card offers 0.0% introductory APR for 7 months from date of account opening on AT&T purchases.
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AT&T Access More Card from Citi Reviews

 
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Jun 17, 2015
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Jun 17, 2015
AT&T Access More Card from Citi is a pretty average card. I has 0% APR for 7 months, not the best, but not terrible I suppose. It offers several ways to earn points through purchases. It has a pretty high annual rate of $95. Fees associated with this card seem to be slightly higher than some as well. I wouldn't necessarily recommend this card or not. Its pretty much your run-of-the-mill credit card.
Jun 17, 2015
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Jun 17, 2015
I like that this card offers a point system to reward you for using it. 0% APR for the first seven months is good, but i have seen better offers. All the other rates look similar to what you would be offered anywhere else. This is why i only gave it 3 starts. If they didn't offer points, it might have been lower.
May 12, 2015
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May 12, 2015
AT&T Access More Card from Citi offers its customers various ways to earn points. This card seems to be very generous in their awarding points. Another plus is that is offered a 0% introductory APR for the first 7 months. This are the pros that I have found with this card now for the cons. The annual rate of $95 is high for my budget. Also, I always look for benefits related to international travel and this card offers no advantage which is surprising to me since they award points based on purchased made at travel websites. The advantage of this card over the many others credit cards is that more
Apr 24, 2015
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Apr 24, 2015
The AT&T Access More Card offers a 0% APR for the first 7 months. My Chase Freedom credit card offers the same introduction fee with the percentage rate being good for 15 months. I like that they have a new phone offer that makes it an easy process if you are just purchasing a phone. They offer a points system based on the purchases made with the card. I'm a big fan of POINTS!
Apr 24, 2015
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Apr 24, 2015
I believe this card is a typical credit card. The rates are very similar to those I have seen on other cards I possess. I do like the 0% APR for 7 months. This can be very valuable if you purchase quite a bit of merchandise/services. As long as this amount charged is paid back prior to the end of the 7-month period then you have nothing to worry about. The $35 late fee seems pretty standard as well.

Now I can safely say I do not care for the Annual fee of $95. This is ridiculous. I fail to see what real benefits you receive from paying a $95 more
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Apr 6, 2012
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Apr 6, 2012
HI...I RECENTLY MOVED AND HAVE NOT FOUND MY CARD....IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET A NEW ONE? DLECLAIR586@HOTMAIL.COM
Apr 6, 2012
Photo of Donnie M.
Apr 6, 2012
where did you move?
Apr 6, 2012
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Apr 6, 2012
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Last updated on: Jun 17th, 2015 at 10:31 EDT