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Approved for Citi AA MileUp $7,700 CL

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Approved for Citi AA MileUp $7,700 CL

Not a card I would have thought I'd get, but I got a mailer for it today, and I'm hoping that getting it will make it more likely I get targeted for the better AA mailers in the future (Platinum AAdvantage and Biz Platinum). After seeing that the mailer was coming in Informed Delivery, I did some research on the card. For a no-AF card, it's not *that* bad...2% on groceries (as well as AA purchases, of course), and the SUB is 10,000 miles and a $50 statement credit with only $500 spend. I'm currently doing MSR on the Amex Hilton Aspire, so if it were any more than $500, I wouldn't have even considered it...but as it is, it was kind of a no-brainer. $7,700 CL is not bad, either, I'll take it!


Note that I would fly almost ANY airline rather than fly AA (or United), I absolutely hate most US-based airlines (I live on the west coast and can get all my domestic flying done on Alaska, Delta, Southwest, and JetBlue). My only interest in the miles is using them for OneWorld partner business awards to Asia, since they seem to be pretty easy to accumulate through mailers (I know, not as easy as they used to be...). We'll see.

EX (Fico 8): 744 TU (Vantage 3): 734 EQ (Vantage 3): 725
Amex Platinum; Amex Hilton Aspire $11,500; Citi AA MileUp $7,700; Amex Everyday $5,000; Chase Ink Unlimited $8,000; Chase Marriott Rewards Premier Plus Business $5,000; Chase IHG Premier $5,000; Amex Delta Platinum $5,000; Amex Delta Business Gold $10,000; Bank of America Alaska Airlines card $3,200; CapOne Quicksilver One $500
Oldest account: March 2018; Youngest account: Oct 2019
Store cards: Amazon (Synchrony) $1,000; Adorama (Comenity) $1,250
Goals: EX 760 by mid-2020
Wanted cards: Chase Sapphire Reserve; Chase Ink Preferred; Chase Ink Cash; Chase World of Hyatt; Schwab Plat; Barclay Aviator Red
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Grats on the new Citicard!

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