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Via the Points Guy, you can get 75,000 American Airlines miles on the Citi American Airlines Executive card after spending $7,500 within 3 months. This is 15,000 more miles than the regular offer for 60,000 miles!
Is 75,000 Miles, up to $100 Statement Credit & Lounge Access Worth $450?
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American Express Platinum cardholders will lose lounge access to American Airlines and US Airways lounges from March 22, 2014.
American Express Platinum Cardholders will Lose Admirals Club and US Airways Club Lounge Access
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Update: You can no longer sign-up for the $25 statement credit. But if you already registered, you have until December 31, 2013 to make your Amazon.com purchase. Or you could just buy gift cards and add it to your account!
You can get $25 back as a statement credit when you spend $75 or more on Amazon.com with an American Express credit card!
Link: $25 Back for Spending $75 on Amazon.com With American Express
Link: Amazon.com Gift Cards
$25 Back For Spending $75 or More on Amazon.com With Your American Express Card!
You can get $25 off for EACH American Express card you have, including business cards and those issued by other banks such as the Citi American Airlines American Express card. Continue reading
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Via Milesabound, you can get 60,000 American Airlines miles on the Citi American Airlines Executive card after spending $5,000 within 3 months.
Is it Worth $450 for 60,000 American Airlines Miles and Lounge Access?
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Many business credit cards have large sign-up bonuses of 50,000 miles or points, so I’ve compiled a list of them!
How to Qualify for Business Cards
One of the big myths about business cards is that you have to be incorporated to get a business card. That’s not true! You can get cards as a sole proprietor (fancy way of saying that you’re a 1-person business), for a partnership, as well as if you have a LLC.
And you can get business credit cards for a start-up business, i.e for businesses which you are setting up.