When the annual fee posted to the account for my Citi American Airlines credit card, I knew there was something I had to do.
I rarely am willing to pay a credit card’s annual fee and this was especially the case for this card. I can’t say that I see much value in the card making it worth paying $95 to hold onto.
I decided to call the number on the back of my card and find out about a retention offer. Continue reading Did I Get A Citi American Airlines Credit Card Retention Offer
Back in March I wrote about a Citi AA Executive Card retention offer.
The offer really wasn’t much of an offer. I could keep my card open and spend $1,000 or more in a month and get 1,000 bonus miles for 16 billing cycles or I could downgrade my card to another Citi AA product.
The decision was easy to close my card due to the pricey $450 annual fee. Continue reading Retention? I Closed My Last Citi AA Executive Card
A couple of weeks back( before I left for our trip to Nicaragua) I received a bonus offer in the mail from Citi for my American Airlines Executive card.
I totally forgot about the offer until I received an e-mail with the same offer last night!
With this offer I can earn up to 2,500 bonus AA miles on eligible purchases made by 9/30/15. Continue reading Earn Up to 2,500 Bonus AA Miles- Targeted
A few days back I confirmed an award booking with American Airlines that I briefly had on hold.
After I finished purchasing the award flight, I waited a day or so before I logged into my account to check to see if I got 10% of my redeemed miles back. This is a benefit offered by a couple of credit cards that I have, the Citi AAdvantage Platinum Card and the new Barclays AA Aviator Red (formerly the US Airways Mastercard).
(You can get a max. of 10,000 miles back each year as a benefit of each card.)
When I logged in, I did see 10% of my miles returned to my account but I was a bit confused. Continue reading Odd 10% Redeemed Miles Back from AA Award Booking