I'm late to this whole thing and trying to find different ways to boost my mileage intake... obviously this seems like an "underused" option as I use my debit card a lot -- much more than my credit cards. I've been digging through the forums and it seems like Chase is no longer a viable option. I believe that leaves SunTrust, BankDirect and Citibank (who I haven't seen mentioned much here). I think BofA used to offer something but I no longer see it on their site. So my questions are... * Am I missing any other options? * I've read a few threads about SunTrust, although I can't find out whether or not I can actually use them since I live in a non-SunTrust state * Does anybody have anything particular to say about Citibank's AAdvantageCard debit card? https://online.citibank.com/US/JRS/pands/detail.do?ID=AAdvantageCard BankDirect seems to offer miles for leaving your money there, but not for actually using the card... unless I'm not understanding how their program works. I'm only leaning towards Citi now because they're everywhere and I can just walk into a branch tomorrow and open/close an account or make a deposit (rather than have to deal with ACH/mailing checks/whatever). The Citi "Premium" account earns $1 per mile and you can find ways around the $8/month basic checking account fee, even if the annual fee for the card is kind of high ($65). Any thoughts, anything I missed? Thanks in advance.