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Best Citi AA Bonus Ever: 100,000 Miles!

134 Responses to “Best Citi AA Bonus Ever: 100,000 Miles!”

  1. Libby says:

    Is the 100,000 AA Advantage/Citibank offer still available?
    Is there a phone number to call for the deal?
    thanks

  2. wendi passen says:

    Is the Visa card offering 100.000 miles on american still available?

  3. David says:

    As of November, I applied for the Citibank Advantage Visa, charged $10K in business expenses, and have already been awarded the 100K miles. Although I was already a Citibank Advantage card holder prior to applying for the new card, that was never an issue.

  4. Daniel says:

    Is this card still available now as of dec 23rd?

  5. Mason says:

    With the three 75k links, can you apply for the business card if you already have a citi aadvantage account, or are they all for new accounts only?

    • Brad says:

      Mason, yes – if you already have personal you can apply for business. Actually, many others have had success applying again for personal, as well, but that is far from guaranteed.

  6. Rosetta Mcnealey says:

    Wow that was odd. I just wrote an extremely long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t show up. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Anyways, just wanted to say superb blog!

  7. Lori says:

    Is everyone receiving a generic on-line application which doesn’t mention this particular program on it? Is this offer still good?

    • Brad says:

      Yes, we’re all seeing the same thing. It’s a little odd but it has been that way the entire time and has worked for me and others here.

      • Lori says:

        and the 100,000 offer is still available, or just the 75K?

        Thanks so much for this.

        • Brad says:

          Just the 75k but the threshold is lowered from $10k spend to $4k spend.

          • Lori says:

            Brad – get this. I received the Citibank Amex card. After spending the required $4000, Citibank only posted 50K miles on my account. When I called they said they had me down for the 50,000 miles enrollment and they are investigating. Do you how I can acquire some back up to show themI enrolled in the 75K program? Weird, huh?

  8. Yis says:

    How do you know if they will really give you those miles?
    Also is it 1500 or 4000 in the first 6 months?

    • Brad says:

      Well, at this point I know personally because they’ve worked for me. Others here have said the same. Prior to that, we knew because the links came from Citi marketing emails that detailed the offer, even though the landing page does not. As odd as that is, it is somewhat normal for Citi to not detail the American bonus on the app.

      The 75k is with $4k spend.

      • Richard says:

        It’s March 4th so the 75k offer is definitely over? I can’t believe I just missed this. I’m going to be doing a RTW trip later this year, it would have came in handy. :-(

  9. Raimundo says:

    Does anyone know if the 75k offer still works with that generic application? Also, does anyone know what happens if you get a card with an annual fee waived in the first year, you get the miles, and then cancel it…do they charge you the annual fee? Thanks.

    • Brad says:

      See the links in the “updated” section at the top. They do still for 75,000 miles on $1,500 in spending.

      No, you are free to cancel any time prior to 12 months and you won’t get charged the fee.

      You can also call and threaten to cancel unless they credit you the fee or give you add’l miles. :)

  10. James says:

    Hi Brad,
    I tried calling the number listed in your update from 3/25/11 (yesterday), to take advantage of the 75k miles for $1,500 promo. I got a recording telling me it was no longer valid. Do you know if I would still be able to get it through the link from your update?

    Also, I received a mailer from AAdvantage telling me about a 50k for $4,000 dollar promo. I can use that if there is nothing better out there, but obviously I’d prefer the 75k one :) .

    Thanks,
    -James

  11. Diana says:

    My husband applied for 2 AA cards within a week gap. However even with a 800+ credit score he got rejected for the second card (amex) because he was already approved for one (visa). Is there a way to apply for a second AA card after a few months gap? Or if we cancel our first card, will we be approved for the second card?

    • Brad says:

      diana, you can’t get two personal within the same 60 days but you can get one personal and one business at the same time.

      • Diana says:

        We dont own a business. So cant apply for one. Do you think we can safely apply for a second aa card after 4 months gap?

  12. Mars says:

    I just called and was told that the CitiBusiness AAdvantage Visa Card will only give me 30,000 miles if I spend $750 within 4 months. Not great. Do you know where we can get the 75K 05 50K miles?

  13. Artie says:

    Re; your listed phone # 1 800 408-4311 gets u to a recored message that promotion is no longer available. Further your link to get your credit score for $11 bucks or so is no longer valid, (or working)

  14. Dave says:

    I called the phone number as well and got the prerecorded message. Is this offer still valid through the links above? How do you know if you will recieve the 75,000?

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