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Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select World Elite Mastercard 60,000 Miles after $3000

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Saw this on my citicards logon - does not look like its targeted.

60,000 miles with $3k in first three months. $95 Annual Fee (waived in first year) and they typically waive it in later years also.

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bumping it up Big Grin
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Thank you for sharing this.

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I applied for this cc and Barclay Aviator cc , hopefully to get both for 110K miels total, but got approved for Citi and denied for Barclay... 1 out of 2 is still better than none LOL
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Can these be redeemed for cash/statement credit? Or can these easily be sold to someone else?
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I applied for this cc and Barclay Aviator cc , hopefully to get both for 110K miels total, but got approved for Citi and denied for Barclay... 1 out of 2 is still better than none LOL
I applied for this, Barclay Aviator, and Arrival+. After recon, was able to get all 3.
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I applied for this cc and Barclay Aviator cc , hopefully to get both for 110K miels total, but got approved for Citi and denied for Barclay... 1 out of 2 is still better than none LOL
i canceled Barclay Aviator after one year no annual fee.
Canceled Citi AA card few months ago when they wanted annual fee.
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i canceled Barclay Aviator after one year no annual fee.
Canceled Citi AA card few months ago when they wanted annual fee.
usually they are good with making up for the annual fee.

eg., give $95 statement credit if you make 5 transactions in 30 days ...
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usually they are good with making up for the annual fee.

eg., give $95 statement credit if you make 5 transactions in 30 days ...
last year i complained the fee, they offered to spend $95 to get $95 credit, so i stayed one more year.
This year, i got offer to spend $3000 to waive $95, i said "no way".
canceled anyway, no regrets at all. get new one next year to more benefits
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last year i complained the fee, they offered to spend $95 to get $95 credit, so i stayed one more year.
This year, i got offer to spend $3000 to waive $95, i said "no way".
cancel anyway, no regrets at all. get new one next year to more benefits
good!

so if I have 2 Citicards and good # of miles .. can I still cancel one and keep my miles unaffected?

the reason I ask is last time I called to cancel one, the supervisor said I'll have only 18 months to utilize my miles if I cancel this card. I told her that I still have the other AA card active but she kept saying that your miles are associated with this card#1 (which I don't agree with) but nevertheless didn't cancel it then as wanted to confirm.. any idea?
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good!

so if I have 2 Citicards and good # of miles .. can I still cancel one and keep my miles unaffected?

the reason I ask is last time I called to cancel one, the supervisor said I'll have only 18 months to utilize my miles if I cancel this card. I told her that I still have the other AA card active but she kept saying that your miles are associated with this card#1 (which I don't agree with) but nevertheless didn't cancel it then as wanted to confirm.. any idea?
your miles never no impact for cancel your citi card
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good!

so if I have 2 Citicards and good # of miles .. can I still cancel one and keep my miles unaffected?

the reason I ask is last time I called to cancel one, the supervisor said I'll have only 18 months to utilize my miles if I cancel this card. I told her that I still have the other AA card active but she kept saying that your miles are associated with this card#1 (which I don't agree with) but nevertheless didn't cancel it then as wanted to confirm.. any idea?

I think what the supervisor was trying to tell you that if you have no other activity in your AAdvantage mile account such as getting miles somehow or using miles, the miles expire after 18 months.
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I think what the supervisor was trying to tell you that if you have no other activity in your AAdvantage mile account such as getting miles somehow or using miles, the miles expire after 18 months.
I like to agree with you but she did not say this. She kept saying your miles are tied to this Card#1 (which again is inaccurate because that's now it works at least from what I know - my Card#2 expenses also add miles to the same advantage account) so you will only have 18 months to use if you close this card#1
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As far as I know all 3rd party cards from hotels and airlines don't store points/miles/whatever on the credit card

Instead they go directly into your 3rd party account (SW rapid rewards, Hilton HHonors, whatever).

meaning getting rid of the card doesn't have anything to do with your existing 3rd party reward balance.
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Can the miles be redeemed for statement credit?
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