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Citi Executive

Citi Executive

  1. MarkK

    Hi Ben and others – just an FYI I learned tonight. The Citi Executive card gives free access to all Admirals Clubs, regardless of itinerary or *carrier*. Up till now, it’s been like a membership card. Well I was just told by a CSR that come November 2019, they will no longer admit cardholders who can’t show that they are on an American flight. If you’re traveling on a competitor but the Admirals Club happens to be convenient, too bad. So for anyone who liked the perk of a universal pass to Admirals Clubs, that perk for your $450 a year is disappearing. And American continues its downward slide….

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Welcome [USER=5671]@MarkK[/USER] – yes, Ben has mentioned this though it was in a post last October:
    [URL]https://onemileatatime.com/american-raises-cost-of-admirals-club-membership/[/URL]

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