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Note the $95 annual fee, waived for first year.
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Is this a ongoing deal? Hope Citi does not have any thing like 5/24 rule. I never had a Citi cc in Usa. Hope to get approval with a score of 740
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Not exactly ongoing. But was 50K and now back up to 60K for who knows how long.
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Is this a ongoing deal? Hope Citi does not have any thing like 5/24 rule. I never had a Citi cc in Usa. Hope to get approval with a score of 740

Citis rule is much more restrictive.

You can't get a Citi signup bonus of a particular type (AA miles in this case- all citi cards that earn AA miles are the same type as each other, just as all their cards that earn thankyou points are the same type, etc) if you have opened, or closed, or earned a bonus for, any other citi card of that type in the last 24 months.

So you get one citi card of the type, then have to keep it open for 24 months past when you earn the bonus, paying all annual fees along the way, and then you can qualify for a second bonus of that type- with the same heavy 24 month restrictions.
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Citis rule is much more restrictive.

You can't get a signup bonus of a particular type (AA miles in this case- all cards that earn AA miles are the same type as each other, just as all their cards that earn thankyou points are the same type, etc) if you have opened, or closed, or earned a bonus for, any other card of that type in the last 24 months.

So you get one card of the type, then have to keep it open for 24 months past when you earn the bonus, paying all annual fees along the way, and then you can qualify for a second bonus of that type- with the same heavy 24 month restrictions.
🙃 I got one from Barclays (60k AA miles offer) a week back and today got approved for this Citi (AA 60k offer after $3000 spend in 3 months). Hope I get both?... so overall 120k points or NOT?
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I got one from Barclays (60k AA miles offer) a week back and today got approved for this Citi (AA 60k offer after $3000 spend in 3 months). Hope I get both?... so overall 120k points or NOT?

Yes you'll get both- because only one is from Citi.

citi won't give you more than 1 bonus of a given type if you've opened, closed, or earned, from one of citis cards.


So you can only get one one AA bonus every 24 months (and that clock resets if you open, or close, any citi AA card)

Now replace "AA bonus" with any other type of bonus available from Citi cards (like TU points) and same thing applies.

For example there's 3 different Citi cards that give TU points- but it would take you over 6 years to get the signup bonus on all 3 because of their rule.



Chase 5/24 is annoying, but you can at least get 5 card bonuses (nearer to 10 with business cards and the few that aren't subject to 5/24) in a short period of time as long as you start with Chase cards...(and then go on to other banks cards after you're at 5/24)... Citi is way fewer possible in any reasonable timeframe.
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Does the citi bonus rule apply across the personal and business cards. If I got the personal 12 months ago can I not get the business card bonus since they are both AA bonus CARDS to dame AA Rewards account?
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Does the citi bonus rule apply across the personal and business cards. If I got the personal 12 months ago can I not get the business card bonus since they are both AA bonus CARDS to dame AA Rewards account?
Same question.

Is the 24 month rule across both personal and business products?
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Same question.

Is the 24 month rule across both personal and business products?
I just read according to a recent post on million mile secrets, the business card does not apply to this rule so you can get the business bonus right after the personal.

https://millionmilesecrets.com/20...bonus/amp/
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maybe it was just in my instance but I had a citi AA card. I cancelled it and got a notification but the damn fee kept posting. I then got a delinquency on my credit score even after repeatedly calling Citi to remove the charge as I cancelled a month before the annual fee hit. Suffice it to say I am never signing up for a Citi card again. I get enough AA points per year with BankDirect account (60000 per year) and my old grandfathered Barclays Aviator (10000 miles per anniversary).
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maybe it was just in my instance but I had a citi AA card. I cancelled it and got a notification but the damn fee kept posting. I then got a delinquency on my credit score even after repeatedly calling Citi to remove the charge as I cancelled a month before the annual fee hit. Suffice it to say I am never signing up for a Citi card again. I get enough AA points per year with BankDirect account (60000 per year) and my old grandfathered Barclays Aviator (10000 miles per anniversary).
I have a barclay aviator too. I have looked at my past statements and I don't see 10000 bonus anniversary miles. I specifically have the AAdvantage Aviator. Is yours a business account or something?
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