Hours Remaining For 3 Great Citi Credit Card Offers

Update: This offer for the Citi Prestige® Card has expired. Learn more about the current offers here.

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I’ll make this post pretty quick, but basically there are three excellent Citi cards with offers changing in the coming hours. I’m having to pull the links to these cards this afternoon, and I suspect they’ll be pulled from other channels around the same time. I’ve written about these cards extensively, though just to recap, here are the cards to consider:

75,000 points with the Citi Hilton HHonors Visa Signature Card

This excellent no annual fee credit card has an increased sign-up bonus at the moment. 75,000 points for a no annual fee card is an excellent bonus. Keep in mind that holding onto credit cards long term helps your credit score (as it raises your average age of accounts), and a no annual fee card is the ideal option for accomplishing this.

For more information, see this post.


60,000 miles with the Citi® / AAdvantage® Executive World EliteMastercard®

This limited time sign-up bonus of 60,000 miles is 10,000 miles more than it was before. While this card has a $450 annual fee, it comes with Admirals Club access, so it offers the most comprehensive access to an Admirals Club of any credit card out there.

Perhaps the most compelling thing about the card is that you can add authorized users at no additional cost, and authorized users get Admirals Club access as well. That means you can potentially get lounge access for up to 11 people (and each can take up to two guests) with one annual fee. That’s an incredible deal. Also keep in mind that soon this will be the only credit card offering Admirals Club access.

For more information, see this post.


Admirals Club access with the Citi Prestige Card

Major changes were recently announced to the Citi Prestige Card, most of which kick in as of July 23, 2017. Citi has been grandfathering in many of these benefits for new cardmembers.

However, today is the last day to apply for the Citi Prestige Card and still receive Admirals Club access through July 23, 2017. If you apply starting tomorrow, you won’t get Admirals Club access anymore.

I still consider this card to be worthwhile, between the $250 annual airline credit and the fourth night free hotel benefit.

For more information, see this post.

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Bottom line

All three of these are great offers for different reasons, and this is your last chance to take advantage of them. If you’re looking for a great no annual credit card, the Citi Hilton HHonors Visa Signature Card is an excellent option. If you’re an American flyer who values Admirals Club access, the Citi® / AAdvantage® Executive World EliteMastercard® is for you. If you’re someone who wants great perks while also getting Admirals Club access for the next several months, consider the Citi Prestige Card.

Whichever card you decide on, you’ll want to apply ASAP.

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  1. NO WAY with AAdvantage!!!!!!!! That’s the last card I would even consider with the miles being as valuable as the Zimbabwe Dollar! The other cards , sure but not AAdvantage!

  2. I have Citi Simplicity Card and interested to switch to one Citi Hilton’s card. Do anyone know or tried this before?

  3. @tony – so what miles do you prefer? Outside of AS I think all domestic FF programs have taken a hit. AA might have devalued their program recently but I think it’s far from useless. The executive card definitely has its place for some travelers.

  4. Hours also remaining for getting Pro-rated annual fee refund on the Amex Platinum if you cancel today. From tomorrow no more Pro-rated refunds on cancelled cards from Amex.

  5. @Shawn if I had to take a pick, I’d take BA miles over AA any day. At least BA is upfront about the number of miles needed. AA seems to be changing things without notice. Also, don’t forget this chart will be devalued again once premium economy kicks in.

    What’s the point of offering 60k miles when it possibly could cost you 800k to go from LAX-SYD in first? May as well buy a ticket in F.

  6. @Lucky , if wouldn’t hurt to let your readers know about Citi’s new Card application rules in the same article itself

    Warning: Do not apply for the Citi AA Executive Platinum Card if you got the Citi AA Platinum or Citi AA Gold card within the last 24 months. That rule went into effect as of Monday, the 28th of August.

    Likewise for Citi Prestige if you got Citi Premier and Citi Preffered ;

    And Citi Hilton HHonors with Citi Hilton Reserve

  7. @Debit

    I was literally going to point out the same thing. The change on Sunday is a HUGE factor people should bear in mind when deciding to apply for any card with Citi. Glad you did the heavy lifting so I don’t have to. 🙂 Thank you for posting, seriously.

  8. i applied for the citi hh card late last night and got the message they needed more info so the approval was on hold. When i called them this morning they looked up my accounts and saw i had the citi aa platnum mc and they wanted to know if a 7500 credit line was adequate. I thought they actually wanted to know more information applicable to the application.
    pretty simple process.
    the 75000 point bonus is for 2000 spend vs normal 40000 point bonus for a 1000 spend over 3 months.

  9. I tried signing up for the Hilton HHonors Visa Signature card online and was denied almost immediately despite excellent credit. The message said they would advise in writing why I was refused. I thought it was odd so I called to ask why I was denied. After talking to a very charming and apologetic representative I was transferred to a Philippina with a very thick accent (and a really poor quality line) who obviously was having a bad day.

    After a few minutes of asking her to repeat her questions slowly I gave up and I emailed CS asking what gives. Apart from the auto generated email response, nothing yet.

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