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Can I redeposit an AA award and reuse the 10% Citi rebate?

Can I redeposit an AA award and reuse the 10% Citi rebate?

  1. Anonymous

    Hi,

    I have to cancel and redeposit an AA award for travel on CX/JL, traveling from BKK – SFO. When I booked the flight, I got a rebate of 6,750 miles because I have the Citi AA Platinum Mastercard. When I redeposit the award, will I get back the whole award cost (67,500 miles) or the cost of the award minus the rebate (60,750 miles)?

    If I only get back 60,750, does that mean I will once again have the full 10,000 maximum rebate available for any other awards I book in 2016? Or will they max me out at 3,250 since I already got a 6,750-mile rebate earlier this year? There is another award I would like to book, and I’m hoping there’s a way to still use the whole 10,000-mile rebate this year. Any advice would be much appreciated!

    Thanks!
    Kevin

  2. Anonymous

    I’m pretty sure you’ll get the full amount back, but the rebate will be deducted later on, and then you could get it again.

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