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Citi has 2 cards with $400+ annual fees?

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Citi actually has two cards with $400+ annual fees?  Does anyone have one or has anyone actually seen one? Saw them listed here (halfway down) - link to article

 

I'm somewhat shocked that those cards actually exist? I guess AAdvantage World Elite will be going away soon though...

 

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Re: Citi has 2 cards with $400+ annual fees?

With the AA card you're basically just paying for

"Admirals Club® membership privileges (where available2)with access for you and your immediate family (or up to two traveling guests that accompany you) to over 40 Admirals Club® worldwide locations2

Each calendar year, when you reach $40,000 in spending on purchases, you will earn 10,000 AAdvantage® Elite Qualifying Miles from
American Airlines2"

And with the prestige you're paying for airline credits, free rooms, compliment airline tickets and the global entry app waiver.
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Re: Citi has 2 cards with $400+ annual fees?

I assume the AA card is going to be replaced with something else soon?

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I would probably remove that link.....and post to the citi website

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Re: Citi has 2 cards with $400+ annual fees?

Why if you don't mind me asking?

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Re: Citi has 2 cards with $400+ annual fees?

Haven't heard anything about that jzon, why do you think that?

And +1 to beb. Mods will remove it, might as well just do it yourself. For future reference don't post links to sites like that.
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Re: Citi has 2 cards with $400+ annual fees?

because American is merging with US.  So you cant share posts from other credit sites?

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Re: Citi has 2 cards with $400+ annual fees?

American and US Air merger.  Just like when united and continental merged the continental card went away.  I don't know though if us air has a branded card with anyone?


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Re: Citi has 2 cards with $400+ annual fees?

yes US Air is barclays I believe? I just know it's not very good. 

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Re: Citi has 2 cards with $400+ annual fees?

I think us air is through barclays.

Who bought who? That will probably determine which card will go away.
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