Citi Executive Aadvantage World Elite Mastercard 100,000 Mile Offer

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The Points Guy just posted a link to an application for the Citi Executive Aadvantage World Elite Mastercard that is giving 100,000 miles after spending $10,000 during the first three months.  This card does carry a $450 annual fee, but here is why I would consider getting it:

  • 100,000 miles are worth well over double the cost of the annual fee.
  • It comes with a $200 statement credit for American Airlines purchases. (Edit: It has been confirmed by several people on Flyertalk that the statement credit comes from ANY purchases.)
  • You get an Admiral’s Club membership which gives you access to both AA and US Airways Clubs.

If you figure that you are getting $200 in free airfare plus the Admiral’s Club membership and 100,000 miles then this is a no-brainer in my opinion.  Please note that this is not my link and I do not receive any commission or referral for this card.

Full details below:

Earn 100,000 American Airlines AAdvantage®bonus miles after you make $10,000 in purchases within 3 months of account opening.

Plus, earn up to $200 in statement credits on purchases within 12 months of account opening.

Enjoy these VIP benefits for an annual fee of $450*

More Luxury. More Privileges

Amazing travel benefits await you:

  • Admirals Club® Membership Privileges
    (a value of up to $500)4
  • Earn up to 10,000 Elite Qualifying Miles per calendar year5
  • No Foreign Purchase Fees*
  • Enhanced Airport Experience with dedicated check-in and priority screening and boarding6
  • First Checked Bag Free+

You can find the application here.

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