To log in to your CitiBusiness AAdvantage account, go to the Citibank login page or open the Citibank mobile app, and sign in using your account credentials. When you log in, you’ll be able to see your balance, account statements, and transaction history. You can also pay your CitiBusiness credit card bill, set up autopayments, redeem rewards and change your account settings.
Cardholders who haven’t yet set up online access with Citibank should click the “Register for Online Access” link below the login box on the Citibank login page. All you have to do to register is enter your card number, email address, and other requested personal information. Then, choose a User ID and password (keep those in a secure location).
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.… read full answer
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.
The greatest asset of the Citibank Business rewards program continues to be its relationship with American Airlines. With the CitiBusiness / AAdvantage Platinum Select Mastercard you get 65,000 miles initial bonus for a limited time, 1 - 2 miles / $1, free checked bags and early boarding.
The best American Airlines business credit card is the American Airlines AAdvantage® Aviator™ Business Credit Card because it gives 65,000 miles after spending $1,000 in the first 90 days, plus an additional 10,000 miles when a purchase is made on an employee card. This American Airlines business credit card also gives 2 miles per $1 spent with American Airlines and eligible office-supply, telecom and car-rental merchants. It gives 1 mile per $1 on all other purchases, plus a 5% mileage bonus every year.… read full answer
The only other American Airlines business credit card option is the CitiBusiness® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® Mastercard®. It gives 65,000 miles when you spend $4,000 in the first 4 months, and it has a $0 intro annual fee the first year ($99 after that). Cardholders also earn 2 miles per $1 on purchases with American Airlines, gas stations, telecommunications merchants, cable and satellite providers, and car rental merchants (plus 1 mile per $1 on all other purchases).
2021's American Airlines Business Credit Card Offers
Although your American Airlines business credit card options are limited, you could just use a personal American Airlines credit card for business purchases. Or, you could get a top-notch business rewards card, such as Capital One® Spark® Miles for Business, that gives miles on any airline purchase.
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