Well I am kind of late in posting this; in fact I am 3 days late. The Point guy reported this on 28th. For 2014 this is the first card which is over 100,000 AAdvantage miles, and it’s by Citi Bank. Citi Bank is offering 100,000 Bonus miles on its Citi Executive AAdvantage World MasterCard. Application can be found here you don’t have to enter anything Reference Code, or Airport code, just enter your names and Proceed Application
I have been considering this offer since Monday, so finally I
and my wife applied for it yesterday and we got approved. There are some things you need to know before
you jump into this application. It needs $10,000 of spending in 3 months and
you also get $200 statement credit when you spend. Now the $200 statement
credit kind of offsets the $450 annual fee which is not waived for first year
to bring it down to $250.
Achieving $10,000 spending in 3 month can get difficult for some. But it can be easily achieved by purchasing Reload card, gift card, pay taxes etc.
- Apply now, get the card and earn100,000 AAdvantage bonus miles after making $10,000 in purchases within the first 3 months of card membership. Also, earn up to $200 in statement credits — earn $1 in statement credits for each $1 spent on purchases within the first 12 months of card membership.
- Elevate the way you travel with these luxury benefits: Admirals Club membership (a membership value of up to $475)
- Earn10,000 Elite Qualifying Miles after spending $40,000 in purchases each calendar year
- No foreign transaction fees on purchases
- Earn two AAdvantage miles per $1 spent on eligible American Airlines purchases, including US Airways codeshare flights booked on aa.com
- Priority Boarding and 25% savings on eligible in-flight purchases
- Your first eligible checked bag is free
- Expert Concierge Service
- $450 Annual Fee
Why do I Like this Card
First thing I like this card for its 100,000 bonus miles; I am trying to load up on AAdvantage miles, because one world is best for luxury travel. Plus American Airlines and US Airways is canceling they contract with American Express Platinum, so the Platinum card holders can no longer access the American Airlines Admiral clubs. I love the Priority Boarding, when traveling with family and child it really is horrible when you can’t find an overhead bin right above your seat.
Now let’s see what you can do with 100,000 AA miles
You can get: One person
4 any time Domestic Tickets
8 MileSaver Domestic Tickets
2 Round Trip Economy Off peak to Europe & still have 20K balance
2 Round Trip Economy Off peak to South America & have 20K balance
2 Round Trip Economy Off Peak to Asia Zone 1