CCCITCitibank Credit Card Issuance Trust
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The following tables set forth the Notes that are subject to the Offers and certain other terms of the Offers, as amended hereby with respect to the CCCIT Offer, as well as the aggregate principal amounts of Notes that were validly tendered and not validly withdrawn prior to the previously announced Early Tender Date:
dollars per $1,000 principal amount of the CCCIT Notes.
Copies of the Offers to Purchase and the Letters of Transmittal may also be obtained at no charge from Global Bondholder Services Corporation, in the case of the CCCIT Notes or the U.
New York City time, on June 24, 2011, unless extended or earlier terminated, and the CCCIT Offer will expire at 11:59 p.
But if the aggregate principal amount of such Notes tendered with respect to an Offer to Purchase exceeds the applicable Overall Tender Cap described below or, in the case of CCCIT Offer only, if the aggregate principal amount of Notes of a series exceeds the applicable Per Series Tender Cap, then, subject to the terms and conditions of the applicable Offer, Citigroup or Citibank (South Dakota), as the case may be, will accept on a pro rata basis the Notes tendered in the applicable Partial Waterfall Tender Offer as described in the relevant Offer to Purchase.
Payment for Notes that are validly tendered in the CCCIT Offer pursuant to an Any and All Offer prior to the Early Tender Date and accepted for purchase will be made on the early settlement date, which is anticipated to be June 6, 2011, unless the applicable Offer is extended or amended (the "Early Settlement Date").
The notes are part of the Citiseries subclass of notes in CCCIT, which is a multiple issuance series.
CCCIT is a Delaware statutory business trust that has been structured to allow maximum flexibility in issuance, as well as The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) eligibility for all classes of notes.