You Can Now Upgrade to a Barclays Aviator Silver Card, But Do You Want To?

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    The US Airways Dividend Miles program has been folded into American AAdvantage. And now only Citibank has the right to issue new American AAdvantage personal (and small business) co-brand credit cards. Barclays used to issue the US Airways card. Existing Barclays US Airways MasterCard cardholders became Barclays American AAdvantage cardholders. Barclaycard can’t issue new accounts, but they can continue to service existing customers. And they have a suite of (4) personal cards to offer existing customers: Here’s a description of all four. Roughly speaking the two bottom tier cards are legacy offerings geared towards US Airways cardholders whose cards had been issued by Bank of America (a portfolio Barclays recently acquired). They’re meant to mirror the offerings those customers already had. Aviator Red is What Most Former US Airways Cardmembers Have, or Will Receive Most… Continue reading You Can Now Upgrade to a Barclays Aviator Silver Card, But Do You Want To?...

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