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cerealmarketer Oct 10, 13 10:03 pm

Citi Executive AA MasterCard [October 2013 - September 2014]
 
Moderator Note: Please see the links in the wiki at the beginning of this thread for links to the latest 100k offer. The beginning of this thread features links and discussion on previous, lower offers.

Usually 30,000 miles and spend is $5k. $495 fee not waived as usual.

https://twitter.com/MileCards/status/388496508385259520

muji Oct 10, 13 10:11 pm

More direct access to the offer is here: http://creditcards.citicards.com/usc...F141564C73C958

You don't want to go here:
http://www.aa.com/i18n/AAdvantage/ea...=citiexecutive

Because this link brings you to an offer of only 30K...and it is stated: "Enjoy these VIP benefits for an annual fee of $4,509".

mnscout Oct 11, 13 12:16 am

That's not a bad offer. Comes down to 3/4 cent for the mile with a free AC membership thrown in.

travelinmanS Oct 11, 13 3:24 am

60,000 mile Citi Executive AAdvantage offer
 
Can you cancel the card and get pro rated refund on the annual fee?

pantanal Oct 11, 13 6:32 am

60,000 mile Citi Executive AAdvantage offer
 
I just got the card with 50 k bonus. Sent a secure mail to see if they will honor this

opus2002 Oct 11, 13 7:19 am

*This Citi® / AAdvantage® card offer is only valid for new applicants for a Citi® / AAdvantage® account applied for pursuant to this offer and is not available to existing cardmembers or recent applicants for a Citi® / AAdvantage® credit card.

If you got a Citi AA Plat or Citi AA Gold, can you still get this bonus per quote above?

APeverell Oct 11, 13 7:27 am


Originally Posted by opus2002 (Post 21590557)
*This Citi® / AAdvantage® card offer is only valid for new applicants for a Citi® / AAdvantage® account applied for pursuant to this offer and is not available to existing cardmembers or recent applicants for a Citi® / AAdvantage® credit card.

If you got a Citi AA Plat or Citi AA Gold, can you still get this bonus per quote above?

I closed mine in Jan 2013, not sure if that is recent. Any idea?

PainCorp Oct 11, 13 11:00 am

http://aadvantage.miles.citicards.com/

crimson12 Oct 11, 13 11:55 am

60,000 mile Citi Executive AAdvantage offer
 
would be interested to know if anyone who currently holds an AA card has been able to get the bonus on an Executive card. I was going to get the Exec for 50k a while back using a promo code from the admirals club when I didn't have any AA card, but then found a 50k Plat offer so never pulled the trigger...

sdsearch Oct 11, 13 5:18 pm


Originally Posted by mnscout (Post 21589657)
That's not a bad offer. Comes down to 3/4 cent for the mile with a free AC membership thrown in.

But that's for the cost of 60,000 miles (compared to doing nothing).

More relevant is the cost of the extra 10,000 miles (compared to other offers for other Citi AA cards that waive the annual fee but don't throw in the AC membership).

Those people who were not about to buy an AC membership are more likely to look at it as $495 for just those extra 10k miles, and that comes out to 4.95 cents per mile.

No not such a great offer IMHO unless you really were about to buy an AC membership, or if the 10k EQM get you above an elite threshold you're looking for at less cost than mileage runs you were about to do.

eltex Oct 11, 13 5:40 pm


Originally Posted by sdsearch (Post 21593542)
But that's for the cost of 60,000 miles (compared to doing nothing).

More relevant is the cost of the extra 10,000 miles (compared to other offers for other Citi AA cards that waive the annual fee but don't throw in the AC membership).

Those people who were not about to buy an AC membership are more likely to look at it as $495 for just those extra 10k miles, and that comes out to 4.95 cents per mile.

No not such a great offer IMHO unless you really were about to buy an AC membership, or if the 10k EQM get you above an elite threshold you're looking for at less cost than mileage runs you were about to do.

I am confused by what you mean. It is my understanding that this product is considered separate from the normal Citi AA cards, and can be obtained even if you recently got a regular AA card. That means the entire 60K miles should be calculated in the PPM costs. If my numbers are correct, that means you are paying .825cpm, plus you get the AA club membership. Please correct me if I'm wrong on this.^

PaulMSN Oct 11, 13 6:03 pm


Originally Posted by sdsearch (Post 21593542)
But that's for the cost of 60,000 miles (compared to doing nothing).

More relevant is the cost of the extra 10,000 miles (compared to other offers for other Citi AA cards that waive the annual fee but don't throw in the AC membership).

Those people who were not about to buy an AC membership are more likely to look at it as $495 for just those extra 10k miles, and that comes out to 4.95 cents per mile.

No not such a great offer IMHO unless you really were about to buy an AC membership, or if the 10k EQM get you above an elite threshold you're looking for at less cost than mileage runs you were about to do.

Your argument is valid only for those who can obtain a first-year free Citi AA card at present time. I wonder how many are left among FTers?

nall Oct 11, 13 6:06 pm


Originally Posted by crimson12 (Post 21591944)
would be interested to know if anyone who currently holds an AA card has been able to get the bonus on an Executive card.

Yes.

PainCorp Oct 11, 13 6:19 pm


Originally Posted by sdsearch (Post 21593542)
Those people who were not about to buy an AC membership are more likely to look at it as $495 for just those extra 10k miles, and that comes out to 4.95 cents per mile.

AF is $450, not $495.

KennyBSAT Oct 11, 13 6:51 pm


Originally Posted by AmexCent (Post 21590590)
I closed mine in Jan 2013, not sure if that is recent. Any idea?

That was recent until about June when Citi decided it wasn't recent anymore and then it became recent again on August 25. Based on the most recent information, January might not be recent anymore, and in any case it seems likely that it will cease to be recent by next February.


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