Citi Simplicity® Card – No Late Fees Ever


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The Citi Simplicity Card offers a long 0% introductory balance transfer APR for 21 months, which few other credit cards can match, and some general shopping and travel benefits.

Purchases will get a shorter term, of 0% for 12 months. After the intro periods are over, a regular rate of 16.99% - 26.99%* Variable will apply for both purchases and balance transfers.

This makes the Simplicity one of the best cards for paying off balances, although it’s not quite as good for new purchases.

There’s no annual fee, no late fees, and no penalty APR.

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Card Details

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Card Stats

Card Stats

Annual Fee $0*
Additional Cards Annual Fee -
Regular Purchase APR 16.99% - 26.99%* Variable
Intro Purchase APR 0%* for 12 months
Foreign Transaction Fee 3%
Chip Technology Chip-and-Signature & Chip-and-PIN
Minimum Credit Limit $500
Maximum Credit Limit -
Free Credit Score Yes
Penalty APR None
Late Fee -
Returned Payment Fee Up to $35
Balance Transfers

Balance Transfers

Intro Balance Transfer APR 0%* for 21 months
Regular Balance Transfer APR 16.99% - 26.99%* Variable
Balance Transfer Fee 5% of each balance transfer; $5 minimum.
Cash Advances

Cash Advances

Cash Advance APR 16.99% - 26.99%* (Variable)
Cash Advance Fee 5% of each cash advance; $10 minimum

Card Benefits

Check your card’s Guide to Benefits to learn the specific benefits your card offers and how to access them.

  • Fast Customer Service

    Call any time and just say “representative” to speak to a customer service representative more quickly than usual.

  • Choose Your Payment Due Date

    Pick the time of month you’d like to have your bills due.

  • Free FICO® Credit Score

    Get free access to your FICO® Score from Equifax, the key factors that affect it, and a personalized history graph.

  • Identity Theft Solutions

    Help dealing with and resolving issues of identity theft.

  • Zero Liability Fraud Protection

    You are not held responsible for unauthorized transactions on your card.

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by Tony
Bad website

Website is difficult to navigate. Customer service is non existent. Had to reset password twice to finally sign on then website kept looping back. Unable to do anthing from website. Do not get this card.

by Ari
Say No to Citi Duplicity

There are plenty of invisible strings attached to the "Simplicity" card. You won't be charged a late fee for not paying by your due date, but Citi will freeze your credit and call to hound you until you pay double your monthly minimum payment. Your online account will read "in collection" and any phone calls to Citi will be met with chastisement and pressure to pay (even if you have already paid and are waiting for payment to post). When I sent a check to pay off my entire account balance, I had to call 13 times, go through the two-step verification process prior to speaking to someone, hear the lecture about a payment three days past due, and explain everything each and every time. I ended up speaking to more than 21 people, including 3 supervisors. The representatives gave me contradictory answers, rushed my call, and tried to brush me off or pass me on as soon as possible. I was given misinformation and false assurances. In contrast, I sent a check to pay off my Chase credit card at the same time and it took two phone calls and a total of two people to handle everything. I won't use my card again and strongly advise going with another company. There are many good cards out there; don't let the name "Simplicity" fool you. There's nothing simple about dealing with Citi.

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