You can log in to your Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select account by going to the Citibank login page and entering your account credentials. You can also log in with the same credentials using the Citi mobile app. Either way, your online AAdvantage Platinum Select account will allow you access to your balance, transaction history, and account statements; and you can also pay your credit card bill.
If you haven’t set up online access for your Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select card yet, click “Register for Online Access” below the User ID and password boxes on the Citibank login page. You’ll be asked to enter your credit card number and email address, and you will need to choose a User ID and password. If you’ve forgotten your login credentials, click the “Forgot User ID?” or “Forgot Password?” link on the main login page, and follow the prompts to recover your credentials.
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Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select does not offer travel insurance. Citi dropped travel insurance from all of its American Airlines credit cards in 2019. Previous coverage included travel accident insurance, trip cancellation and interruption protection, and baggage insurance.
It may be possible to get approved for the Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select with a slightly lower credit score if you have a high income, for example. But it’s better not to take the chance. And the higher your score is when you apply, the better your card’s APR and credit limit are likely to be.
Apart from your credit score and income, there are other things that could impact your chances of approval. Some other key criteria include your existing debt load and recent credit inquires.
The only way to get a Citibank credit card upgrade is through an e-mail invite. Citi no longer allows cardholders to request upgrades online. The e-mail invitation some customers may receive will include a toll-free number to upgrade over the phone as well as an invitation number that you will need to provide.… read full answer
When you receive an upgrade offer, it will be for a specific card similar to what you already have. For example, you won’t get an offer to upgrade from the Double Cash card to a Citi business card or a co-branded airline card. But you might receive an offer to upgrade from Citi Rewards+ to Citi Premier, which has a better rewards structure. If you want the upgraded card, click the “Upgrade Now” link in your e-mail before the listed expiration date. Citibank makes decisions on upgrades using a soft credit inquiry, so your credit score won’t be affected.
If the new card has an annual fee, it will appear as a charge on the first statement after you upgrade unless the card waives the annual fee for the first year. Your current balance, credit limit, APR and any rewards earned will automatically transfer to the new card, but you won’t be eligible for any sign-up bonuses on an upgraded card.
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