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Citi Executive AA World Mastercard, 100K miles +$200 credit, Admirals Club Access for 10K spend in 3 months, $450 annual fee not waived

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Last Edited by BostonGirl January 30, 2014 at 10:00 AM
The previous thread was not very popular but that was only 75K miles and $100 credit. This might tip the scales for some to get in on this offer. Essentially $250 for 100K AA miles. The $200 credit appears to be for any purchase buy YMMV as it could end up being for AA purchases.

Offer page here:
100K offer [citicards.com]

Just insert your name and leave the other fields blank to proceed to the application.

Previous thread:
75K offer

h/t to flyertalk/thepointsguy
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Last Edited by CloseTheDeal January 31, 2014 at 04:46 AM
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http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/cr...ffers.html

call 866-606-2961 to be approved other numbers don't get approved

it aso looks like you should have all other credit cards paid off to free up credit
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fyi, Citi rep said 200$ credit on ANY purchase within 12 months.
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200$ credit not on aa tickets

also you will be trying to spend $10,000 in 3 months to get miles
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This is a great deal. Essentially you are spending 25 cents a point to get 100,000 AA miles and you get perks that Amex Platinum has lost. $10K spend is the challenge, but there are a few ways to get there.
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This is a great deal. Essentially you are spending 25 cents a point to get 100,000 AA miles and you get perks that Amex Platinum has lost. $10K spend is the challenge, but there are a few ways to get there.
What perks do you get that Amex Platinum has lost?
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Sort of reminds me of Brewsters Millions.
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What perks do you get that Amex Platinum has lost?
Amex Plat. no longer has AA/US Airways lounge access. This card adds lounge access. It's also better than what Amex had because it is a full membership - meaning you don't have to be flying US Airways or AA to access their lounges.
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Last edited by Topspin14m January 28, 2014 at 06:40 PM
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Why does this thread have such a poor score? Seems like one of the best CC deals that I've seen.
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I applied last night and got a pending decision. Called this morning and got approved after a 2 minute hold. I already have 3 personal Citi AA cards and 1 business. 100k miles for $250 is a steal. With a family of 5, that's enough miles for almost all of us to fly for free (well $250 anyway).
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Last edited by Burgertm January 29, 2014 at 06:59 AM
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amazing offer
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Thumbs up, but I can't get this because I can't spend $10k in three months. I suppose I easily could ... just can't afford to.
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10k spend will be hard for most. If you travel frequently with your company and go through tons of reimbursement, it's a good deal so you can get the lounge access (OneWorld comes into play). If you're always flying business class, probably doesn't really help too much unless you want the miles for yourself.
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