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Citi AT&T Access More Travel Category Bonus
From the moment it launched back in 2015, the AT&T Access More card has gotten a lot of attention and rightfully so. While it is no longer available for sign-ups, the card came with a $650 bonus good towards a phone and generous 3X categories.
This morning Citi sent out an email to cardholders indicating that you can now earn 3X on travel purchases in addition to online retail purchases. A few readers seemed to think this was an addition and were confused, so I thought it was worth posting about.
I can definitely see why people might be confused.
The email has the following subject: “Great news! Earn points when you use your card for travel.”
The text says: “Start planning your next getaway!
Earn 3X points when you use your AT&T Access More Card from Citi online to book a flight or reserve a hotel room.”
And it looks like this:
While it may seem based on the subject that Citi is adding the travel category, it has been there since the beginning! For example, here is a screenshot of the offer from my post about the card in April, 2015.
In fact, I dug into the terms in my 2015 post to cover exactly which types of travel are included and which are not. This is simply not new.
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If you are interested in the AT&T Access More card it is no longer available for new sign-ups, but you may be able to convert another Citi product to it. Between the 10,000 anniverary points after $10K spend and the 3X earnings for most online purchases including travel, this card is one of my most heavily used.
I can definitely see why some people were confused and clearly a lot didn’t know about the travel category bonus. For that reason Citi was probably smart to promote it and let us all use this as a reminder of just how awesome this card really is!
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