Two more 50,000 points cards Citi AA & Citi ThankYou Premier

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citi thankyou premier 50k card(as seen on 12/12/2013)

Hot on the heals of yesterday’s two nice personal 50,000 point cards from BofA and Barclays, today we see that if you use the link and then search for CitiBank you will see part way down the page a link to the Citi ThankYou Premier card worth at least $625 toward travel. Personally I like the Barclays Arrival card for this type of travel earnings, but this is a solid offer worth considering.


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This next one is NOT MY LINK so keep that in mind. However, a shot at another 50,000 AA points with the merger of both AA & US Air just about done – adding some points to your AA account could be just what you need for that next redemption.

One thing is for sure, it is impressive how many deals there are to be had this month and there should still be time, if you need them, to pick up 10,000 Delta MQMs with 1st purchase from either a personal or business Delta AMEX Reserve card (but not for very much longer – and once approved be sure to ask to have the card sent RUSH 2-3 day)! – René

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  1. Thanks. I had the Citi Thank You card about 2 years back. Do you think I will get another sign-up bonus?

  2. Citi Thank You Premier offer I see is:

    “Earn 20,000 points after $2,000 in purchases within the first 3 months of account opening
    Earn an additional 30,000 points after another $3,000 in purchases within the first 3 months of your second year of being a cardmember”

    Is this what everyone else is seeing?

    This means you will need to pay the annual fee for the 2nd year in order to get the full 50k bonus.

  3. @M – yes but still a deal worth considering. You can always look at downgrading after spending points to a no-fee card and possibility get some credit back for year two fee.

  4. Rene, when I follow your link to the Amex reserve card, the only option I can find is to upgrade. Does that mean that, because I’ve had my platinum card for 20+ years, I can’t apply for the personal reserve card, thus I’m not eligible for the bonus 10,000 MQMs? I need just under those 10000 MQMs to make platinum and I can assure you I’m not paying almost $2000 for them!

  5. @Christine – if you have personal Delta Plat you cant get personal reserve card. But you can get biz card if you have not had delta biz for 365+ days.

  6. -i currently have the premier.
    can i get the preferred bonus? business thank you bonus?

    -i also currently have the AA personal visa.
    can i receive the AA personal master bonus? AA business bonus?


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