To get the Citi Platinum Select AAdvantage Mastercard 50,000-mile bonus, spend $2,500 on the card in the first 3 months of account opening. Once you hit the spending requirement, the bonus miles will be credited to your AAdvantage account in 8-10 weeks. The initial 50,000-mile bonus is worth nearly $600 in American Airlines airfare, so it’s well worth the effort to hit the spending requirement. It also more than pays for the annual fee, which is $0 for the first year and $99 every year after that.
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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.… read full answer
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.
No, the Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select does not offer travel insurance. The issuer dropped travel insurance from most of its credit cards a while back. Generally, travel insurance benefits include travel accident insurance, trip cancellation and interruption protection, and baggage insurance.
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