Citi Executive AAdvantage World Mastercard up to 100,000 Miles Signup Bonus

We haven’t written about a credit card signup offer in a very long time. The Points Guys posted a fantastic offer from Citi for it’s Executive AAdvantage World Elite Mastercard with a signup bonus of 100,000 American AAdvantage miles.

Update 6/25/2015 – Offer gone


The offer is:

  • 100,000 Bonus American Airlines AAdvantage Miles after you spend $10,000 in 3 months
  • $200 statement credit in the first 12 months
  • Admirals Club® Membership Privileges
  • Earn up to 10,000 Elite Qualifying Miles per calendar year
  • No Foreign Transaction Fees
  • Enhanced Airport Experience with dedicated check-in and priority screening and boarding
  • First Checked Bag Free
  • $450 annual fee (not waived)

To apply: Citi Executive AAdvantage World Mastercard 100,000 Bonus Miles

The $10k spend requirement over 3 months is a lot for most, although it can be met with Vanilla Reloads and Amazon Payments.  With the $200 statement credit, in essence, you are buying 100,000 miles for $250 assuming you use none of the other benefits. 100,000 miles is enough for a business class trip to South America or Europe. In our books, this is a good deal.

Some caveats, this does ask for a referral code and airport code. The application does through without those two codes. As always with the potentially targeted offers, your mileage may vary. Remember to take screenshots.

Update 1/28/2014 @ 3:55PM Eastern: Our reader Andrew just share a referral code and airport code. Referral Code: 004704 Airport Code: HNL.

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16 Responses to "Citi Executive AAdvantage World Mastercard up to 100,000 Miles Signup Bonus"

  1. Brian says:

    Do these miles ever expire and is it easy to transfer these miles somewhere? My only point/mileage accounts are Chase, Amex, and Delta. Not sure if it’s worth just stashing these. Is it?

    • TFD says:

      @Brian – AA miles expire after 18 months. Should be plenty of time for you to find an redemption opportunity assuming you do nothing to keep them active. We advise you to never stash miles. They devalue over time. Earn and burn!

  2. Andrew says:

    We have a friend in the HNL admirals club.

    They have a referral code (and so should any other club).

    If allowed, I’ll post it. Otherwise, help out your favorite AAngel….

    • TFD says:

      @Andrew – do share.

      • Andrew says:

        For the HNL admirals club (Nice club w/ JAL) for your HNL MRs! (Or in my case when I go home to see the family…)

        Referral Code: 004704 HNL

        Disclaimer: Neither I or any of my family work for AA. We’ve just been extremely impressed with the reps at the HNL club.

    • Yi says:

      Just applied with your friend’s code and got approved. Thank you for sharing that.

  3. G says:

    Can I buy AA gift cards to meet my $10,000 spending requirement?

    • TFD says:

      @G: that would count as spend. it will be much easier to do Vanilla Reloads -> Bluebird. Google that — tons of write ups.

  4. Terri says:

    What are the eligible purchases for the $200 statement credit?
    Also, are you eligible if you have a different Citi AAdvantage card? The terms state: This Citi® / AAdvantage® card offer is only valid for new applicants for a Citi®/AAdvantage® account applied for pursuant to this offer and is not available to existing cardmembers or recent applicants for a Citi® / AAdvantage® credit card.

    • TFD says:

      RE: Statement Credit – anything that you buy that you don’t return. It’s $1 spend for $1 statement credit
      RE: Eligibility: Plenty of reports online of existing account holders being approved.

  5. Jeff says:

    Does anyone know if I can double dip? I already have the AA Citi Visa card. Wondering if I can still get the bonus miles?

  6. Jon says:

    I don’t understand what you need to do to get the $200 statement credit. If its dollar for dollar, does that mean it just requires you to spend $200 to get it (and that’s the yearly limit)?

    • TFD says:

      @Jon – that’s what it means. spend $200 and you get $200 back. we also have heard that it will be posted after you meet your 10k spend.

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