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Bye Bye Citi price rewind and most of their cards’ travel benefits

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Re: Bye Bye Citi price rewind


@Shadowfactor wrote:
Has anyone logged in and not been notified about the changes.

No notice on 4 separate Citi logins. AA personal, AA business , Premier and Prestige.

Kinda odd that I haven’t received a pop up yet

I've logged in a number of times since I read about this and have not been notified of any changes. When I look at the benefits they all seem to be ok, and I haven't received any popup notice.


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Re: Bye Bye Citi price rewind


@Drwaz99 wrote:

@Shadowfactor wrote:
Has anyone logged in and not been notified about the changes.

No notice on 4 separate Citi logins. AA personal, AA business , Premier and Prestige.

Kinda odd that I haven’t received a pop up yet

I didn't have a popup on my AA card upon login but as soon as I navigated to "Card Benefits" the popup appeared. 


I navigated to Card Benefits, and didn't get the notice.


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Senior Contributor

Re: Bye Bye Citi price rewind


@Sage512MB wrote:
Now that the Prestige has been gutted, the CSR stands as one of the last full premium travel cards with trip delay insurance.

What Citi has done is take two steps back and then decided to shoot itself in the foot.


Altitude Reserve also only requires six hours, but that card has only a $2k max for cancellation/interruption.

Ritz is at six hours and there was a recent report of someone upgrading a Marriott Visa to it.

United Club requires 12 hours.

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Valued Contributor

Re: Bye Bye Citi price rewind


@Sage512MB wrote:
Now that the Prestige has been gutted, the CSR stands as one of the last full premium travel cards with trip delay insurance.


I was planning to use my AAdvantage card for travel because of the trip Cancelation/delay coverage, if tehy frop it I'll definiteyl use CSp exclusively from now on.






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Re: Bye Bye Citi price rewind


@SouthJamaica wrote:

@Drwaz99 wrote:

@Shadowfactor wrote:
Has anyone logged in and not been notified about the changes.

No notice on 4 separate Citi logins. AA personal, AA business , Premier and Prestige.

Kinda odd that I haven’t received a pop up yet

I didn't have a popup on my AA card upon login but as soon as I navigated to "Card Benefits" the popup appeared. 


I navigated to Card Benefits, and didn't get the notice.



When I went back just now I didn't see it right away, either (no popup), but I went to Card Benefits FAQs and it was right there. Here's what I see:citichanges.jpg


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New Contributor

Citi Double Cash - Cell phone insurance?

I read somewhere today that while Citi is cutting some it’s key benefits, cell phone insurance will be added via new MasterCard benefits.

Is this true? I couldn’t find anything about it on Citi’s website.
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Re: Citi Double Cash - Cell phone insurance?

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Re: Citi Double Cash - Cell phone insurance?

Thanks, this is what I read also.

Can anyone confirm whether these benefits apply to my double cash WEMC though?

I read another thread here where people are saying a WEMC benefits don’t apply to Citi double cash
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Regular Contributor

Re: Citi Double Cash - Cell phone insurance?

Citi does not offer Mastercard benefits. The WEMC logo is purely for higher swipe fees.

 

So no cell phone benefit being added.

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Senior Contributor

Re: Citi Double Cash - Cell phone insurance?


@plasticbill wrote:
Thanks, this is what I read also.

Can anyone confirm whether these benefits apply to my double cash WEMC though?

I read another thread here where people are saying a WEMC benefits don’t apply to Citi double cash

A month ago I was playing around with it tried to start phone protection claims for my Savor, DC, and Aviator Red WEMCs.

 

The website only accepted the Aviator as an eligible card.

 

Maybe it has changed, but I'd keep your expectations pretty low about what DC will include.

Spend: BofA Premium, BBP, Schwab Platinum, Freedom, Costco, Discover
Perks: IHG49, Hyatt75, Marriott Brilliant, Delta Platinum
SD/AAoA Ballast: Arrival, CFU, DC, ED
Downgrading in 2020: CSR, BCP, Savor
May eventually add: 100k Platinum (for a year, then PC to Gold), Virgin Atlantic.
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