Earn 50,000 AAdvantage bonus miles with new Citibank deal

Find out about the rewards that the Citi/AAdvantage card has to offer.

      Citibank and American Airlines are offering a credit card deal that frequent flyers will find hard to resist. The new Citi/AAdvantage card awards 50,000 American Airlines bonus miles to customers who apply before February 28, 2011.

      To qualify for the free miles, cardholders must charge at least $2000 on the card over the first four months of membership. If you tend to make $500 in monthly credit purchases, then with this offer you could earn two roundtrip domestic flights without even having to change your spending habits.

      American Airlines also grants to all new cardholders a “companion certificate,” which slashes the cost of two domestic airline tickets down to the price of one.

      Furthermore, with every dollar spent on the Citi/AAdvantage card, cardholders receive one bonus mile. For most credit users, that’s going to add up to hundreds of free miles a month, and they never expire. So along with the more immediate benefits to using this card, there are long-term perks too.

      This deal, however, is subject to a few rules and restrictions. Citibank charges between $75 and $85 in annual service fees (though they do waive all fees for the first 12 months). In addition, cardholders can earn no more than $100,000 bonus miles per year. But anyone who spends over $100,000 in credit purchases is either so rich that they don’t need free miles or so underwater in debt that they can’t possibly afford to vacation in the first place.

      Overall, it’s an easy way for travelers to eliminate some of their expenses. To learn more about this offer, click here.

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