One of the "perks" for the new $95 Citi AA credit card is supposed to be that the primary AAdvantage number linked to the credit card qualifies for a monthly 10% rebate from AA of miles redeemed that month. Quick example, if you redeem 50,000 miles for two coach MilesAAver domestic tickets, AA takes 50,000 miles (duh) out of your account, but six to eight weeks after the end of that month, it rebates 5,000 back into it. Capped at 10,000 miles in rebates each calendar year. As I read the rules, this perk also applies to many of us with the existing $85 AA/Citi "World Elite Platinum Level MasterCard"s, since our fees eventually are supposed to go to $95 anyway. Also as I read the rules, this perk is to start for April, 2012 (or, under a tighter reading, April 8 and later). And finally, I see no rule that you have to use that credit card as the one to pay the $10 per ticket T.S.A. fees, etc., on the free tickets. All that said, here is my question and request: For those of you who have the $85 cards, or folks who got the new $95 ones, are you seeing the rebate? It's probably a tad premature: April, the first qualifying month, ended less than a week ago and they say allow a 6-8 week waiting period after the end of the month. But this thread is here and posted, so let's keep each other up-to-date about when rebates post, about missing amounts, how inquiries to the airline are handled, and so forth. Thanks. I redeemed 50,000 miles on April 9, and haven't seen my 5,000 rebate yet. As I say above, it is too early to fret, but I decided to start the thread.