Maybe this belongs not under AAdvantage but over in the credit-card area. However, what I am about to post involves debit cards, not credit. Did check over there to see if I saw anything relevant, didn't, and thus will post here. Another one bites the dust. . . . Got this letter from citibank (R) today: In part: ". . . The Citibank(R) / AAdvantage (R) debit card rewards program will be discontinued: "After December 9, 2011, Citibank will no longer offer the Citibank(R) / AAdvantage (R) debit card rewards program. Here are some important things you need to know: ". You will retain the American Airlines AAdvantage (R) miles you've already earned, provided that <you have activity in your AA account at least once every 18 months> . . . ". In November, you will be sent a new debit card to replace your existing Citibank(R) / AAdvantage (R) debit card. However, this will not impact the debit rewards you earn through December 8, 2011. Your debit card number and PIN will not change. " Customers who paid the Citibank(R) / AAdvantage (R) debit card rewards program annual fee will receive a prorated credit to their checking acount in December based on when the fee was paid. ". . . As always, you'll continue to earn American Airlines AAdvantage (R) miles with your Citi(R)/AAdvantage(R) credit card. Please visit www.specialoffers.citicards.com and enter invitation number <number> to see if you qualify for a limited-time, special offer that could earn you even more AAdvantage (R) miles on purchases with your credit card. <I plan to do that, haven't yet.>"