I recently received an offer in the mail where I can earn 2,500 Citi ThankYou points for adding an authorized user.
To earn the bonus, the authorized user also needs to spend $2,500 with the card from now until 12/31/17. Continue reading 2,500 Citi ThankYou Points For Adding Authorized User
Citibank is running a contest to celebrate “30 Years of Wow” with the Citi AAdvantage credit card.
In the contest 33 winners will win a share of 1,800,000 American Airlines AAdvantage miles! Three grand prize winners will also win a $3,000 travel voucher!
To enter you’ll need to have an Instagram account where you’ll enter by sharing a “Wow” travel moment. Continue reading Win A Share of 1,800,000 American Airlines AAdvantage Miles!
Earlier in the week I wrote about an offer I received to earn up to 2,500 bonus Citi ThankYou points.
I just received another offer from Citi ThankYou where I can receive a $50 statement credit. Let’s take a look at the offer. Continue reading $50 Statement Credit for Adding Authorized User w/ Citi ThankYou Premier
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Earlier in the year I wrote about JetBlue adding flights to a destination that I’d like to visit.
Due to some appealing flight options, I’ve been trying to build up my JetBlue account. I considered transferring Amex Membership Rewards point there. One way I’ve earned some points was by getting the JetBlue Barclaycard. (If you’re interested in applying for the JetBlue card you can do so here and earn 30,000 TrueBlue points.) Continue reading Transfer Citi Thank You Points to JetBlue
For a limited time cardholders can earn 5X Citi ThankYou Points! The offer is good on eligible purchases in a variety of categories.
Let’s take a closer look at this offer. Continue reading Earn 2,500 Bonus Citi ThankYou Points
Last year I received a retention offer on my Citi American Airlines Visa card.
While I wasn’t thrilled with the options, I decided to keep the card open. I then considered calling back to close the card but in the end, never bothered….
The annual fee of $85 has once again came up which means it was time for another call. Continue reading Citi AA Retention Offer: “But We’ll Miss You If You Do That”
Yesterday afternoon I gave Citibank a call to see if there were any worthwhile retention offers available for my American Airlines Platinum Select American Express credit card.
Since I currently have a bunch of American Airlines cards, I was leaning toward closing this one unless an offer (while highly unlikely) seemed like one that I couldn’t refuse.
Here is the retention offer I received: Continue reading Citi AA Amex Retention Offer, No Thanks
Last week I wrote about how I was having a slower year for credit card churning in 2014. However, another recent 50K approval just helped!
With limited new credit cards to apply for and also trying to limit the amount of Chase cards I go for, I turned to a familiar friend- Citi.
A 50,000 AAdvantage bonus miles offer was enough to entice me to apply for the Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select Mastercard. Continue reading Citi AAdvantage Plat Select 50K Bonus Confirmed
2014 has been one of my most conservative years that I can recall when it comes to applying for credit cards. This has been intentional.
As everyone knows, the easiest way to earn lots of miles and points is by signing up for credit cards, earning lots of lucrative bonus offers. However, in many ways it’s gotten harder for me… Continue reading Slower Year for CC Churning, Another 50K Approval Helps
This is really bizarre…
Last month I thought that I turned down a retention offer on my Citi AA Mastercard and closed my account.
I was told that the $95 balance from the annual fee would be removed and that the account was closed. However, when I checked into my Citi account a few times over the past month, it always showed that I still had a balance. Continue reading A Bizarre Retention Offer