Anyone recommend this card? I just got a Delta Amex and was thinking about getting an AA card to spread some of my business spend. I have never had a Citi bank card but from what I read it seems like a decent bank to be in business with.
Current sub is 60K with $3K spend. $95 AF waived first year
Scores are 730s with 2% utitlzation and $140K income (Personal - Just started my business weeks ago)
Thanks in advance.
Citi likes to give lots of high limits, as well as 0% balance transfer offers.
I got this card last month but only to get the SUB.
Just put $3k of my income tax bill on it today.
Miles should post soon.
I have 3 personal and 1 biz card with Citi.
If you don't mind can you tell me what they started you with for you business account?
I just have the one Delta Amex that I got a week ago with a 5K SL.
Data points for Citi are all over the place from what I have read
Sorry but not understanding the 50K plus matched to 75K? All i see is 60K offer for the business. How would I go about getting the extra point offer?
I picked this up a couple months back to grab some more AA miles. I'm not churning AA flyers like some of the more serious folks.
Picked up the 60k bonus easily + 15k adjustment to match the targeted 75k offer. I used my real business EIN but then used the card mostly for personal spend. Not worth adding to the list of credit cards my office manager needs to track.
All you need to do to match is send a secure message after getting the card telling them you saw another offer for 75k and would like to see if they'll match it. Citi pretty much always does.
SL was $20k. It was not autoapproved when I apped late one night, but when I called the following morning it had already been approved. Have a fairly long history with Citi, but only other card recently was the personal AA which I closed after getting this one. I'll keep it for free bags when I use the AA points I have on hand and then close this too.
Mind sharing your data points for the 20K SL? This would be my first Citi card and my current business is a sole proprietorship that would show $0 income for the application(I can show apr $140K personal income though).
@frank784 I got the same card last year, SP $0 income with a CL of $14.5k. I don't plan to keep it past the first year... just took the 60K miles and running to the personal card to cash in again there.
AA Perks are the same so no point in holding more than one. Same goes for the Barclay AA Aviator Red, 50K miles with only first purchase but AF not waived.