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AT&T Access More Dead
I have spilled a lot of digital ink talking about the excellent AT&T Access More card from Citi. It is a very generous product in that it comes with a $650 bonus in the form of a free phone and also gives 3X ThankYou points per dollar spent on most online purchases. Unfortunately the history of this product has been rocky.
First it was removed from the Citi site mysteriously, but remained linked to from the AT&T website.
Then a few weeks ago the link from AT&T was removed and it disappeared for a few days, before a zombie link surfaced.
Unfortunately that zombie link has now died. I did some searching of the application URL for Citi and cannot find a single working application link for this card. It very well may be dead and gone this time.
Or maybe somebody with more searching skills than me will resurrect it again by finding another zombie link. Either way, if you have the card already, no announcements about changes for current cardholders have been made (as far as I know), so the benefits are locked in for now.
If you find out anything new and/or find a working link, please let us know in the comments and I’ll make sure to update the post!
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