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From now through September 30, 2012 Citi is offering 10x American Airlines miles with participating purchases at Amazon. This marks an increased bonus spend offering for the Citi AAdvantage card. In addition, they are offering 3x the AAdvantage miles for qualifying department store, electronics, office supply and apparel purchases.
How To Get This Promotion
- If you have the AAdvantage Citi Card, check your emails for the offer or send a message to Citi to request the offer for your account
- Make sure your email preferences are set correctly to receive promotional offers
- Now you can earn AAdvantage bonus miles on purchases with your Citi / AAdvantage card
- Earn 10X AAdvantage miles for every $1 you spend on eligible Amazon.com purchases, up to 2,500 AAdvantage bonus miles
- Valid through 9/30/2012
- You can also Earn 2 AAdvantage bonus miles per $1 spent on eligible department store, electronics, office supply and apparel purchases, up to 2,500 AAdvantage bonus miles
- Valid through 9/30/2012
Terms And Conditions
In order to qualify for this offer, the account must be open and current at all times. If your account is closed for any reason, including if you convert to another card product, you may no longer be eligible for this offer. You may receive more than one communication regarding this bonus offer with a reply by date of 09/10/12; however if you have already enrolled in this offer, no further action is required.
AAdvantage® miles are only earned on eligible purchases. This promotion starts within 4 business days of when you enroll in this offer and will end on 09/30/12. Additional earnings associated with this program may overlap with other special offers (outside of these offers) in which you are currently enrolled. Eligible purchases exclude purchases made at warehouse clubs or discount stores, balance transfers, cash advances, convenience checks, items returned for credit, fees and interest charges. The Amazon.com offer is valid for purchases billed as Amazon.com transactions. Electronics purchases are transactions made at stand-alone merchants that sell, repair or lease a wide variety of electronic goods, including computer hardware. Office supply purchases are transactions made at merchants that sell a wide variety of office and school supplies and paper goods. Department store purchases are transactions made at large stand-alone merchants selling a general line of merchandise from departments that usually have separate checkout counters. Apparel purchases are transactions made at stand-alone merchants that sell clothing, furnishings and accessories geared toward a specific audience. Citi does not determine whether merchants appropriately identify the purchases (including online, catalog, mail order and telephone purchases), but Citi does reserve the right to determine which purchases qualify for this offer. Bonus miles awarded for each offer are subject to a maximum of 2,500 additional miles.
We’re glad to see more promotion spending offers for the Citi AAdvantage card. We normally use our Chase Freedom card for their great promotional spending offers, and now we’ll add our Citi AAdvantage card into the mix for this offer. Hat Tip Hansgolden
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