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Old Oct 17, 06, 4:44 pm   #1
 
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Current 25,000 bonus miles link AA CC. Is there one?

Is there a current active link for a AA credit card that gives you 25,000 bonus miles when you sign up?

I am an United guy and many of us keep cycling our cards to keep getting the bonus, does AA let you do this?

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Old Oct 17, 06, 5:12 pm   #2
 
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citi AA?
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Old Oct 17, 06, 6:36 pm   #3
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Is there a current active link for a AA credit card that gives you 25,000 bonus miles when you sign up?

I am an United guy and many of us keep cycling our cards to keep getting the bonus, does AA let you do this?

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Try www.fly.citicards.com

It is the best I've seen lately. The answer is Yes, but I don't think as often as United cards. There is a AA Amex card and citibusiness AA card
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Old Oct 17, 06, 7:41 pm   #4
 
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Wiki update

The Wiki has been updated with the non-air mileage opportunities to provide a link to the AA credit cards (including the citi ones).

http://www.flyertalk.com/wiki/index....leage_%28AA%29
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Old Oct 17, 06, 8:12 pm   #5
 
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Try www.fly.citicards.com

It is the best I've seen lately. The answer is Yes, but I don't think as often as United cards. There is a AA Amex card and citibusiness AA card
this link is for 20,000 when you sign up, looking for 25,000

so how often can you cycle the citi aa card?
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Old Oct 17, 06, 8:16 pm   #6
 
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this link is for 20,000 when you sign up, looking for 25,000
The Wiki has the link to the 25K bonus card.
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Old Oct 17, 06, 8:46 pm   #7
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The Wiki has been updated
why is it called a "Wiki?"
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Old Oct 17, 06, 9:15 pm   #8
 
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why is it called a "Wiki?"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki
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Old Oct 17, 06, 10:18 pm   #9
 
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The Wiki has the link to the 25K bonus card.
looking for 25k at signup not 20k then 5k in a year.
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Old Oct 17, 06, 10:35 pm   #10
 
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looking for 25k at signup not 20k then 5k in a year.
Picky, picky. 20K ain't so bad.

As to how often you can get another AA card, IMHO, waiting 61 days between apps is a good idea. Otherwise, Citi might turn you down for having made a recent app (even if granted).
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Old Oct 18, 06, 7:22 pm   #11
 
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Old Oct 20, 06, 9:45 am   #12
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interesting. but, i wonder how the actual name was devised....wiki. why not "blahblah?" and, who came up with it?
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Old Oct 20, 06, 9:50 am   #13
 
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interesting. but, i wonder how the actual name was devised....wiki. why not "blahblah?" and, who came up with it?
Well, if you'd actually take the time to read the article whose link you quoted, you might actually learn that information.

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Old Oct 20, 06, 10:26 am   #14
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Surprisingly, the links for the May 18 offer (25k bonus, no fee, companion cert) are still alive:
personal https://www.accountonline.com/ACQ/Ap...&siteId=CB&B=A
biz https://www.accountonline.com/ACQ/Ap...siteId=BAO&B=M

Of course, there is no guarantee they'll still honor these, since it was an anniversary offer, and technically was only valid on 5/18. If they do not, you wouldn't really have a leg to stand on (except maybe to ask them to honor the current offer instead). However, it's been my experience that as long as the offer code links stay active, you can still be approved under that offer (cf the no-longer-advertised Juniper/US 1.5x/15k offer). I did an app through these links on 5/19 - a day after the expiration - and it worked.

Anyway, no annual fee the first year, so all you have to lose is one credit inquiry.
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Old Oct 20, 06, 11:45 am   #15
 
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Surprisingly, the links for the May 18 offer (25k bonus, no fee, companion cert) are still alive:
personal https://www.accountonline.com/ACQ/Ap...&siteId=CB&B=A
biz https://www.accountonline.com/ACQ/Ap...siteId=BAO&B=M

Of course, there is no guarantee they'll still honor these, since it was an anniversary offer, and technically was only valid on 5/18. If they do not, you wouldn't really have a leg to stand on (except maybe to ask them to honor the current offer instead). However, it's been my experience that as long as the offer code links stay active, you can still be approved under that offer (cf the no-longer-advertised Juniper/US 1.5x/15k offer). I did an app through these links on 5/19 - a day after the expiration - and it worked.

Anyway, no annual fee the first year, so all you have to lose is one credit inquiry.
holy crap what a 'nice' APR .. 18.14% variable.
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