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For a limited time only, the Citi AAdvantage Executive Mastercard is offering 60K AA miles for spending $5,000 in 3 months.
You can earn the bonus if you haven’t had this particular card in the past 24 months.
Cardholders can save up to 7.5K off round-trip awards to rotating destinations. With the card, discounted short-haul awards are just 6.5K miles one-way. After spending $5,000 on the card you’ll have 65K miles, or enough for up to 10 short-haul flights.
The card carries a whopping $450 annual fee, though it’s refundable if you close it within 37 days of that being billed. Sometimes the fee is billed on the first statement, sometimes its on the second statement.
Cardholders receive a full Admirals Club membership which allows you to bring your entire immediate family or 2 guests into the lounge. Up to 10 additional cardholders are free and they can also can access AA lounges and bring in their own guests or families for free as well. Membership alone is normally $550/year and this is the only card that gives a full Admirals Club membership that works for access even when you’re not flying on American (The Citi Prestige card doesn’t give access if you’re not flying American).
Admirals Club members can also access partner lounges from Alaska, Qantas, and other airlines.
There are no foreign transaction fees with the card. You and 8 companions get a free bag when flying on American as well as priority checkin, security, and boarding. You’ll also get 25% off in-flight food, beverages, and headsets.
If you spend $40K on the card in a calendar year you’ll get 10,000 bonus elite qualifying miles.
The card also offers free Global Entry or Pre-Check membership, which are amazing time savers for even infrequent flyers.
It’s worth noting that many AAdvantage partner awards (such as on like Air Berlin, Air Tahiti Nui, Cathay Pacific, Etihad, JAL, and LATAM) can only be booked by calling American to hold or book them.
If you actually want to collect AA miles and don’t care about the elite qualifying miles, you’ll do better spending on the Starwood Consumer AMEX or the Starwood Business AMEX as 20,000 Starpoints transfers into 25,000 miles on dozens of airlines, including American.