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Don’t you think it might make more sense to cancel the US Airways card rather than accept the new AA card? My thinking is that if you do that, there will be better incentives to sign up for it down the road. Usually when companies convert you to a new card the bonuses are minimal.
@ rich — The American card you’ll be converted to won’t be a Citi AA Card, but rather a Citi Barlcaycard product. You’ll still be eligible for the Citi AAdvantage Card sign-up bonus, and they won’t be able to take new applications on the Barclaycard Aviator Card anymore. So it shouldn’t make a huge difference either way.