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Citi AAdvantage Credit Card Back to 50,000 Mile Sign-Up Bonus

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Citibank and American Airlines are pushing the Citi AAdvantage Executive World Elite MasterCard, ahead of the inclusion of Barclays as one of the airline’s partners. The card has one big benefit and one big drawback. Here’s a look at both. Two Sides to Every Schwartz There’s one thing you can count on with credit cards: …

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Is Citi Prestige Eliminating Admirals Club Access in 2017?

Well, this is ugly. Citibank seems to have prematurely leaked information that it will be eliminating Admirals Club access in June, 2017, as one of the benefits of the card. If true, that would significantly impact the value of what has been my favorite travel credit card. Lounge Benefits This card has been my favorite …

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Just A Couple Of Weekend Tidbits

Normally, I’m happy if I get one good bit of info from a single source in a week. But two? Hey, twice as good. Why Do We Need A Seatbelt Demonstration? It’s a plane ritual. No matter what class of service, destination or amount of luggage you carry, you’re going to get the seatbelt demonstration. …

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Marriott Bonus Points, Lounge Upgrades at American

Marriott Every company is getting into the social media game and Marriott is no exception. It’s offering you a bonus to link your various accounts to them and will provide future bonuses based on, well, I’m not quite sure. It hints at sending you emails and offers which will get you bonus points if you …

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Citi offers a great AA bonus, but do you actually want the card?

I get a fair amount of questions about which cards are worth the bonus and which aren’t. It’s different for everyone, but here’s how I look at it. Last summer, Citibank made one of  the single-most boneheaded moves in the mileage world that I’ve ever seen from a financial services company: It offered an American …

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