Card in the Mail from Aadvantage Executive Master Card--2 day passes to Club

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  1. Art234
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    This is strange. A card came in the mail from Aadvantage, with a Special Thank You for my loyalty--and for holding the Executive Master Card.....and it was 2 day passes to the Admirals Club.

    Do they remember that the Executive Master Card comes with membership in the Admirals Club????Inquiring minds want to know what they're thinking...'cause if this is a hint that membership will be dropped as a card benefit, the card goes right into the shredder.....

    What say you?
     
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    It means one of two things: 1 ) They are encouraging you to give them away to a friend who might be interested in joining or more likely you..
    2) Qualified by spending the required amount on your AA MasterCard which ran a recent promo giving away 2 AC passes.:)
     
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    I got two sets of those, but I think each time I was required to register for the promo.
     
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    You may be right I ignored the offer from Citi since I am already an AC member.
     
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    They would like you to hook others on the club.
     
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    I'd agree that they might want to make the club attracted to others but the wording is intended for me to use the passes...."Please enjoy these complimentary one day passes to any Admirals Club as a special thank you for your loyalty"....casting doubt on that theory.
    At the end of the day not a big deal, but it is curious...
     
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    I don't think I did anything special to receive the vouchers. For me I'll keep them to use when I cancel the card. I've used the lounge access maybe four times (times two people), and its completely not worth keeping the card for that access.
     
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    There's a certain luxury in having a clclear decision like that, vs enough centurion visits to justify amex, enough admirals club visits to jjustify aa exec, and still working to move away from delta.
     
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    I have less centurion visits but view those as a luxury.
     
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    FYI emailed via online Citibank message center and closed this account with no back and forth. Which is good because I don't really care about retention offers.
     

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