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Good news for all you American Airlines miles collectors out there!
You can once again earn 60,000 American Airlines miles after meeting minimum spending requirements on the Citi® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® World Elite™ Mastercard® The previous public offer for this card was 30,000 American Airlines miles. So this is a much better deal!
Emily and I don’t earn a commission on this card, but we’ll always tell you about the best offers!
Here’s more about this improved offer. And what you can do with 60,000 American Airlines miles!
Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select Increased Offer
Link: Citi® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® World Elite™ Mastercard®
The Citi American Airlines Platinum Select card is currently offering a 60,000 point sign-up bonus after spending $3,000 within the first 3 months of account opening.
The previous sign-up bonus was 30,000 American Airlines miles. So you can earn double the number of American Airlines miles with this offer.
The card also comes with perks like:
- 2X American Airlines miles per $1 spent on American Airlines flights, at restaurants and gas stations.
- 1X American Airlines mile per $1 spent on other purchases
- First bag checked free for you and up to 4 traveling companions on domestic itineraries
- Priority Boarding
- Earn back 10% of miles used for award travel, up to 10,000 miles each calendar year
The $99 annual fee is waived the first year.
Remember, you can NOT earn the sign-up bonus from more than 1 personal card of the same “brand” within 24 months. For example, if you’ve opened or closed the Citi® / AAdvantage® Executive World Elite™ Mastercard® in the past 24 months, you would NOT be eligible for the Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select sign-up bonus.
Note: If you’ve had the CitiBusiness AAdvantage Platinum Select World Mastercard in the past 24 months, you can CAN earn the sign-up bonus on the personal card.
The information for the Citi AAdvantage Platinum and CitiBusiness AAdvantage Platinum card has been collected independently by Million Mile Secrets. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the card issuer.
What Can You Do With 60,000 American Airlines Miles?
Link: American Airlines Award Chart
Link: American Airlines Oneworld and Partner Award Chart
Link: How to Book American Airlines Award Flights Like a Pro
American Airlines have been stingy with making award seats available for the past couple years. But they’re getting better!
With 60,000 American Airlines miles, you can:
- Fly yourself and a friend (round-trip!) to anywhere in the continental US
- Fly round-trip in coach to anywhere in Europe
- Fly one-way in Business Class to anywhere in Europe
You can even use American Airlines miles for flights on American Airlines partners, like Cathay Pacific, Qatar, and Etihad. So you can go just about anywhere in the world!
Be sure to check out my post on all the ways to earn American Airlines miles!
The Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select card once again has an increased sign-up bonus! You’ll earn 60,000 American Airlines miles after spending $3,000 in the first 3 months of account opening.
The previous sign-up bonus was 30,000 American Airlines miles. So this is a much better deal! That said, we see this increased bonus fairly often. So if you’re not ready to apply now, you’ll likely see it again in the future. 😉
I do NOT recommend this card for folks new to the miles and points hobby. Because there are better Chase credit cards you should open first.
Emily and I don’t earn a commission for this card, but we’ll always let you know when we spot a good deal. Let me know if you apply!
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