Old Aug 16, 16, 7:26 am
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yoshapman
 
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Originally Posted by sdsearch View Post
Ok, here's the answer. There is a small minority of people who have in the past been able to get multiple CIti AA Business cards. I don't know if anyone can get them anymore, though. Most people always had to close both card itself and the associated master account (which is explained in a FAQ above that).

The problem is, these days to find out if you're in the tiny minority who can open a 2nd Citi AA Business card without closing first one, you have to try it, and if you're not in that tiny minority, you've just reset your 24-month clock by doing that experiment.

So it really it worth worrying about?

The people who figured out that they were in the tiny minority did that before there were any 18- or 24-month clocks on the business card, just a 90-day clock. So back then, experiments of that sort were relatively "painless". The risks of experimentation shot up tremendously with the introduction of the 24-month clock.
Thank you for the answer, going to cancel today.
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