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AA Executive Card

AA Executive Card

  1. Anonymous

    Hey Lucky/Tiffany/Amazing people!!

    I recently applied for the AA Executive card thinking about a trip that I could possibly take and use the 50K miles. Unfortunately the trip can’t happen. Now the good part is, that citi was under a glitch that day, and I applied for the offer for 50K miles with zero (yes thats right, 0!) spending. After I called citi, they confirmed in writing that I would get 50K miles with no spending and also gave me a $50 credit because of the issues I faced. Now my question to this travel community is, given that I don’t have an upcoming trip and AA devaluation, should I pay $400 for the 50K miles? or should I cancel the card?

    Any advice would be MUCH APPRECIATED!!!!

  2. Anonymous

    Yes, and plan a new trip!

    You also get Global Entry, access to the Admiral’s Club, etc., so seems worthwhile if you travel otherwise.

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