Enjoy the Convenience
Paying your Citi Credit Card balance doesn't have to be a hassle! Choose from a variety of payment options to suit your needs.
You can choose to pay your balance absolutely free of charge through Citibank Online.
Online Transfer From your Citibank Account
Pay online through a Citibank account:
Not yet registered for online banking? Register here in three easy steps.
With your Citi Credit Card
Without your Citi Credit Card
*Only Cash deposit machines will accept payments
Bahrain Finance Company (BFC) You can also pay your Citi Credit Card balance at Bahrain Financing Company (BFC)
Make the payment in cash at any Bahrain Financing Company (BFC) branch One (1) working day before your due date.
Enroll for the direct debit facility from your Bank Account within the Bahrain. This will ensure that your credit card payments are cleared on your credit card's due date. You can conveniently download the direct debit forms from the Download Center, fill in the required details, and mail it to us at :
DIRECT DEBIT CREDIT CARDS
Or, submit it at any Citibank branch/ Financial centers.
A Direct Debit payment instruction is a financial transaction in which, based on your instruction, Citi will automatically receive the payment towards your Citi Credit card from the registered bank account on the due date. Direct Debit Instructions are normally used for making recurring payments, where the payment amounts vary from one payment to another.
Please ensure to have sufficient funds in your account to pay your credit card’s monthly due. In the event of any shortfall against the statement due, you will be liable for any costs, fees, penalties, charges incurred as per the schedule of charges available on www.citibank.bh. Please also note that the payee’s bank may also apply charges.
Should you have any queries, please feel free call our 24-hour Citi-Phone Banking Service or visit your nearest Citibank branch.
Citi Credit Card monthly interest rate 2.99%, annualized interest rate 35.88%.
Charges will be applicable If you pay less than the outstanding amount as per schedule of fees & charges