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Anyone else with Barclay and Citi redeem miles post merger and get 10% back from both cards?

Anyone else with Barclay and Citi redeem miles post merger and get 10% back from both cards?

  1. Anonymous

    I have the same question Nick has. I actually just redeemed an award ticket and it looks like I’m getting 10% miles back from both cards (yay!) However, my current balance doesn’t reflect the… current balance. Not sure how to describe it otherwise. My account summary shows two different balances. I’m hesitant to call AA because I don’t want them to say the higher one is a mistake. Anyone else with Barclay and Citi redeem miles post merger and get 10% back from both cards?

  2. Anonymous

    @ James Perkins — I’d maybe let it settle for a bit? I still think they’re trying to figure out the systems, as I don’t think you’re supposed to get miles from both cards for that. Guess we’ll see!

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