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News: New Credit Card Offer from Citi and AT&T Is Now Available -

If you've been waiting for a new AT&T credit card, rejoice. Citi and AT&T presented the AT&T Points Plus℠ Card from Citi® (Citi is a advertising partner). The new card has no annual fee, rewards wireless customers, and allows cardholders to earn Citi ThankYou® Points on card purchases.

The new AT&T card caters mainly to AT&T wireless customers. Each ear, cardmembers can earn up to $240 back toward their qualifying AT&T wireless bills. Notably, if you spend $1000 or more on purchases in a billing cycle, you will earn $20 back as a statement credit. If you spend from $500 to $999.99 on your AT&T Points Plus Card purchases, you will get $10 back as a statement credit.

The card's welcome bonus offer allows new cardmembers to earn a $100 statement credit for spending $1,000 on purchases in the first three months of opening the AT&T Points Plus℠ Card.

Here are other AT&T Points Plus℠ card benefits:

- Earn 3 ThankYou® Points for every $1 spent at gas stations.

- Earn 2 ThankYou® Points for every $1 spent at grocery stores, including grocery delivery services.

- Earn 1 ThankYou® Points for every $1 spent on all other purchases.

ThankYou Points do not expire and can be redeemed for travel, gift cards, Shop with Points at participating merchants, transferred to partners, and more.

AT&T and Citi have had a long-lasting relationship in creating valuable credit card programs. Previously, AT&T and Citi collaborated to issue AT&T Access Card from Citi (expired offer) and AT&T Access More Card (expired offer). Those cards are, unfortunately, no longer available to new applicants. However, the new result of AT&T and Citi collaboration can become far more attractive than the former counterparts.