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-Until the offer is pulled today or tomorrow, the Citi AAdvantage Consumer Mastercard and Citi AAdvantage Business Mastercard are each offering 50,000 AA miles for spending $3,000 in 3 months.
Both cards have their $95 annual fee waived for the first year.
-They both offer priority boarding and a free checked bag for you and 4 companions.
-The consumer card also offers a 10% rebate of miles spent on award tickets, up to 10K miles rebated per year.
–Both cards qualify for 7.5K off discounted awards to rotating destinations. For example a round-trip flight from NYC to Palm Springs would be 17.5K miles after the discount. Short-haul flights are discounted by 2K miles, so a round-trip flight from NYC to Montreal would be 13K miles after the discount.
-Both cards have no foreign transaction fees.
You can get a Citi American consumer signup bonus as long as you haven’t opened or closed an American consumer card in the past 24 months. You can still get a bonus if you have an open American consumer card.
You can get a Citi American business signup bonus as long as you haven’t opened or closed an American business card in the past 24 months. You can still get a bonus if you have an open American consumer card.
American’s award availability got significantly worse last year, but as of late it’s been on the upswing, especially close-in:
-The Citi Hilton HHonors card is offering 75K Hilton points for spending $2K in 3 months for a limited time only. There’s no annual fee. You’ll also get Silver elite status for as long as you’re a cardholder, which allows access to 5th night free awards and other benefits. If you spend $20K/year you’ll get Gold status. This card has no annual fee.
You can get a Citi Hilton consumer signup bonus as long as you haven’t opened or closed an Hilton consumer card in the past 24 months. You can still get a bonus if you have an open Hilton consumer card.
There’s no limited time offer for the Citi Hilton Reserve card, but it’s a great card as it which gives 2 free nights (officially for use on Fridays, Saturdays, or Sundays) at any Hilton in the world (including the excellent Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem, the Conrad Maldives, the Grand Wailea Maui, or the Conrad Bora Bora Nui.). It also gives Gold elite status for as long as you’re a cardholder, which gets you free breakfast.
At the Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem we were treated to a fantastic daily breakfast, which is free for Hilton Gold and Diamond members. There is a mind-boggling quantity of awesome kosher food there, from dozens of daily hot dishes to hard cheeses, fresh fruits and pastries to fresh squeezed juices, as well as on-demand dishes like french toast, pancakes, waffles, and eggs. Unlimited wine, hot or cold chocolate drinks, and espresso drinks are included as well!
Gold and Diamond members get upgrades, food and drink amenities, late checkout, and other great benefits. Their Friday night Shabbos meals are pricey, but are well worth the expense (DDFers agree with that take as well), and the in-house restaurants are excellent as well.
With a breakfast like this, you may not even be hungry for dinner…
If you spend $10K/year on the Hilton Reserve card you’ll get a free anniversary night (officially for use on Fridays, Saturdays, or Sundays) at any Hilton and if you spend $40K/year you’ll get top-tier Diamond status, which confirmed room upgrades and space available suite upgrade at hotels like the Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem. This card has a $95 annual fee.