Citicards – 50,000 AAdvantage Miles Signup Bonus with $150 Statement Credit

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Good signup bonus for Citibank’s AAdvantage Credit Card.

  • 50,000 American Airlines AAdvantage Bonus Miles with $3,000 spend over the first 4 months
  • $150 statement credit for buying a ticket on American Airlines within the first 12 months
  • 2 Admiral Clubs day-passes
  • 2 miles for every $1 spend on American Airlines tickets for the first 12 months
  • And first year annual fee waived

50,000 miles is enough for 2 domestic coach tickets or 1 coach ticket to Europe or South America during off peak season. To apply: Citicards AAdvantage Card (not an affiliate link). If you already have a Citicard, you can apply for a different flavor and still get the signup bonus (e.g., if you have an Citicard AAdvantage Mastercard, you can signup for the Visa). If you had all these cards previously, if you had cancelled 18 months ago, you will receive the signup bonus credit again.

It is also possible to get bonus for 2 cards if you use the 2 different browsers to apply and submit at the same time (e.g., Firefox for Visa and Chrome for American Express version)

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2 Responses to "Citicards – 50,000 AAdvantage Miles Signup Bonus with $150 Statement Credit"

  1. Deborah says:

    I was so excited about this that I stupidly clicked and applied. But after acceptance I saw nothing about the bonus or the fee waiver. THEN I noticed… This is from 2011! WHY IS IT STILL LIVE HERE?? Why is there no EXPIRED alert in red?

    Now I have to figure out how to undo the card and apply for another.

    I am so not happy.

    • Deborah says:

      OK, not so bad. I wasn’t crazy. I did notice that there were 50,000 bonus miles on the page that the link goes to. It’s not all the same but the miles are. So moderator, keep these posts or delete them both, as you wish.

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