The Citi AAdvantage Business Card’s 60,000-mile bonus offer is no longer available. The bonus offer is now 65,000 miles for spending $4,000 in the first 4 months. The annual fee is only $99, too, and it’s waived the first year. So with the bonus, the Citi AAdvantage Business Card will pay for itself for years to come.
Business owners who frequently travel with American Airlines will also appreciate the travel-oriented benefits that come with the card: one free checked bag, 25% discount on inflight Wi-Fi and refreshments, and preferred boarding on American Airlines flights. Plus, you’ll get 2 miles per $1 spent on purchases with American Airlines, telecom companies, cable and satellite providers, car rental agencies, and gas stations.
The value of American Airlines miles is 1.29 cents per mile, on average. That means 10,000 American Airlines miles have a value of roughly $129. American Airlines miles are less valuable than the average airline miles, which are worth almost 1.3 cents each, as a result.
It`s important to remember that the value of American Airlines miles depends on how they are redeemed. They have the most value when used for AAdvantage flights. In addition, one of the best ways to increase the number of American Airlines miles that you earn is to apply for an … read full answerAmerican Airlines credit card.
You'll need a credit score of at least 750, or excellent credit, to qualify for Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select.
Of course, a higher credit score will likely get you a higher credit limit. It's important to know that the credit score alone won't grant you approval. Citi will also look at your income, credit utilization, negatives etc., so make sure you're well equipped. Good luck!… read full answer
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