100,000 miles + $200 statement credit for the Citi Executive AAdvantage World Mastercard

Last week it was a 75K offer, but now The Points Guy has uncovered an even better application link for the Citi Executive AAdvantage card: Earn 100,000 miles after $10K spend.  Plus, earn $200 in statement credits.  The $450 annual fee is not waived, but you do get AA lounge access so this could be a great alternative to joining the AA Admirals Club.  You can also earn 10,000 Elite Qualifying Miles after $40K spend.

The Points Guy has the details here.

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17 Comments on "100,000 miles + $200 statement credit for the Citi Executive AAdvantage World Mastercard"

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Frequent Miler
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I just applied and was told to call in. Very simply phone conversation. Approved on the spot. Agent verified the 100K offer plus $200 statement credit (based on making $200 in AA purchases)

Ben Mattalino
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when was the last time you applied for and received an AAdvantage card. Is this considered a sepperate product from their platinum card? Its been since September for me, should I be able to receive the bonus on this card?

Frequent Miler
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Yes, this is a separate product from the platinum card so it doesn’t matter when you applied for the platinum card.

Zack P
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Hey Greg, what phone # did you call to get your app approved?

yk
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I just applied and received a message that I will receive a response by email within week, There was no option to call.

Tom Runs
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I don’t believe the $200 credit is restricted to AA spend? I thought it was any spend.

Frequent Miler
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That’s correct, the $200 statement credit is for any spend. The agent who processed my application gave me incorrect (but plausible) information.

No$inmybank
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I got Citi AA Visa approved in Nov 2013. Will I be able to apply for this card?

Frequent Miler
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Yes, as long as it wasn’t the Executive AAdvantage card ($450 annual fee), you can qualify for this bonus.

Frequent Miler
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When I finished the application, it said to call 800-695-5171.

Zack P
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Thanks. I’m sitting this one out but had a friend apply/call and they told her she’d have to wait another week. Bummer

Ann Marie
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i just applied last week for the same card, but only 60,000 miles, dang! They told me to call and if i didn’t call it might delay the process. However the very next day I got an email that said I was approved and the very next day the card was at my door!

deltagoldflyer
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@Ann Marie – call and ask them to match the bonus. I have had many reader as well as comment in TPG post that Citi is doing this!

Big Dog Tickets
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I called Citi. They wouldn’t match it exactly but told me they’ll give my 95,000 miles for spending $9,500 in 3 months. They wouldn’t increase the statement credit from the $100 to $200 though. Better than nothing.

Frequent Miler
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95K — that’s a weird number, but yes much better than nothing.

JediDad
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New reader, really like your posts–very informative about traveling and collecting miles. Just got an AA MC November 9, is it too soon to apply for this one?

Frequent Miler
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How many cards did you get in November? If just one, then you should be fine. If you signed up for a lot of cards, it might be worth waiting for 91 days from the previous app.