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Citi Prestige annual fee is coming due soon

Citi Prestige annual fee is coming due soon

  1. Luckyladyd

    As I already have Global Entry for more than four more years, and will max out the 250 airline credit before I cancel the Prestige, I’d like to convert it to a no annual fee card, but don’t want to give up a sign up bonus on a card I could apply for a little later. I already have the AAdvantage Platinum Select, the Citi Double Cash. I want to get the Hilton this year, as I opened a Hilton account and transferred Thank You points to it, and now will need to keep it active. Plan to get the Citi Executive World Elite card again, after my 18 months are up later this year. I’m finding only one no annual fee card that I don’t have, and am not sure if it offers sign up bonuses: the Diamond Preferred? Any advice? Thanks!

  2. Gaurav

    [USER=1101]@Luckyladyd[/USER] Do you mean Thank You Preferred? That one currently has a 20,000 point bonus for sign up. If you want to maintain the account history you may have to give up on a small sign up bonus. Here are some recommended Citi downgrade options:


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