Citi Retention Offer for AA Exec Card makes the Annual Fee $100

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    Last year many people, myself included, jumped on the 100k bonus miles + $200 statement credit offer that Citi had on the AA Executive Mastercard. Many people were even able to churn the offer multiple times by getting several cards. Well, now that we’re coming up on the next round of annual fees a year later, it’s decision time. What the Card Provides The benefits of the card are decent. I can see that for a regular Joe traveller many of these would make a big difference: The big issue is that for those of us with Executive Platinum status, most of these benefits are worthless as they overlap or are less value than what we receive through status. In fact, for just the Admiral’s Club benefit alone we would be paying a $100 premium over the $350 it normally costs EXP to renew. So for me, the card doesn’t make sense for a $450 annual fee. I just got the AMEX Platinum card and am flying Delta a lot more these days (the shock, the horror!) so paying for another $450 card doesn’t add up for me. The Latest Offer Yesterday, I called Citi with the intention of canceling my [...]
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