Do you commute to work or around the city with your bike or car on an everyday basis? If so, the IndianOil Citi Platinum Fuel Credit Card is among the best to save more on your fuel purchases regularly. This credit card offers several rewards and benefits for each fuel purchase you make as well as any other form of purchases.
Annual fee waiver: The annual fee charged for the 1st year is Rs.1,000 and is waived if you spend more than Rs.30,000 in the year. From the second year onwards, once the annual expenditure exceeds Rs.30,000 the annual fee of Rs.1,000 is waived.
Shopping Benefits: The IndianOil Citi Platinum Credit Card also allows you to convert the turbo points available on the card to gift vouchers of various brands for their products and services.
Purchases made in a selected list of merchants and their online partners can be paid for with the points accumulated in the Platinum credit card.
Travel Benefits: You can also avail the benefits of points for their travel purchases as well. Each Turbo point will be equivalent to INR 0.25 and 250 points is the minimum requirement to redeem.
Dining Benefits: You will be eligible to save up to 15% in the Citibank partner restaurants. The list of partner restaurants is available on the website.
EMI benefits on purchase of products: Easy EMI options are available in more than 2000 outlets for consumer goods, electronics and retail stores across the country.
|Credit Card Fee Type||Charges|
|Annual Fee||Rs.1,000 (It is waived if the annual expenditure exceeds Rs.30,000)|
|Interest rate||3.25% per month|
|Supplementary card fee||Nil|
|Cash Withdrawal fee||2.5% for a domestic withdrawal subjected to a minimum amount of Rs.500|
|Rewards Redemption fee||Nil|
|Late payment fee||Current balance less than Rs.10,001 – Rs.300 Current balance between Rs.10,001 up to Rs.25,000 – Rs.600 Current balance above Rs.25,000 – Rs.950|
|Over credit limit fee||2.5% of the amount which is over the credit limit and for a minimum of Rs.500. The amount excludes charges, taxes and fees).|
|Cheque return or bounce fee||Rs.500 per returned cheque|
|Statement request fee||Rs.100(beyond 3 months)|
|Railway ticket booking surcharge||1.8% of the transaction value|
|Re-issue of the card||Rs.100|
|Cash payment fee||Rs.250 per deposit|
|Cash payment at ATMs||Rs.100 per deposit|
You can apply for credit card directly from Citibank official website.
You can also apply on BankBazaar, from the same page you’re on, to avail various added benefits which our website offers.
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Once the required documents and details are submitted, you will receive a message of acknowledgement which will also include the application ID. The application ID will help you track the process of your credit card and check the status of your credit card application.
1 Turbo point is worth Re.1 of fuel. For more details on the value of a turbo point, visit CitiBank website or you can also call the Citibank credit card customer care helpline to know more about the turbo points.
There is no expiry date for the turbo points earned on the card. it can be used immediately or saved something later.
A minimum of 250 reward points is needed for you to redeem the same.
Sorry, you are not allowed to transfer your reward points to another cardholder.
You can visit the partnered online shopping websites or walk into the retail partner's store and swipe your card to redeem your reward points instantly. Visit CitiBank's official website for a complete list of participating websites and stores.
Yes, it is as it offers a few benefits to the credit card holder such as a person can redeem the credit card points (250 points) for free fuel. Along with that, the points are also redeemable in online shopping markets as well as grocery stores which have partnered with Citibank.
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