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Citi’s been hit-or-miss with peeps calling in about various website errors recently.
Doctor of Credit shared an experience about getting a 5,000 bonus Citi ThankYou points because the Citi Prestige application site showed an error on earning 3X ThankYou points on all travel purchases including gas.
It actually earns 3X points on airfare and hotel purchases, not travel broadly defined – probably my only complaint on this otherwise incredible card. (Here’s how much I’ve saved I picked up the card in November 2015. And it’s available via my links if you decide to apply.)
RIP, Barclaycard AAdvantage® Aviator™ Red World Elite Mastercard®.
As part of closing on my house, I had to ax this card (I’ll explain why in another post). But, before the boot, I downgraded the card from the Barclaycard AAdvantage® Aviator™ Red World Elite Mastercard® (with an $89 annual fee) to the regular ol’ “Aviator card” (with no annual fee), and got it in the mail just in time to say goodbye.
Here are 2 offers I got that might be helpful to some folks. One you have to call to receive, the other is targeted – so be on the lookout if you’re interested.
There’s a lot going on with Amazon right now in terms of deals:
The chance to get 10X Chase Ultimate Rewards points (which turn into 10X United Airlines miles, 10X Hyatt points, 10X Southwest points, etc. when paired with the Chase Sapphire Preferred or Chase Ink Plus) is too good to pass up. It’s a big reason why the AMEX Jet.com offer is on hold for me.
If you’ve put off last-minute gifts, this is a *perfect* weekend before Xmas to knock out last-minute shopping with Amazon Prime membership (you could even buy it today and start using it right away if you really wanted to!).
So, how many of us are newly minted AARP members after that insane deal for British Airways Business Class?
I took a poke around the website and found some worthwhile member benefits that can more than make up the $16 spent to join – and this membership might be a good thing to keep!
Like many peeps, I got in on the fantastic British Airways business class fares to Europe.
There were so many ways to stack that it was hard not to.
And, without a trip planned, I was starting to feel weird.
October is the time of year you have to be on alert for a really good deal. And you have to be ready to jump. I knew this one would be fast-moving, and man, it was.
Here’s how my flight plans came together.
These fares were not kidding around. I casually typed in JFK to BCN not expecting to find much. But wow. The prices were incredible.
JFK-BCN was pricing out at $436 round-trip in business class!
Literally every date I tried was turning out fares for ~$450, after the AARP and Avios discounts. Just insane.
Your pick of routes, airlines, and connections, too.
I got a targeted email offer today on my Barclaycard AAdvantage® Aviator™ Red World Elite Mastercard®. It’s not earth-shattering or anything but thought I’d share because it does require registration.
The email subject is “Finish the year strong and earn bonus rewards.”
It’s worth registering for if you’re targeted.
I’ve had the card for a sec now, and really like it. I wrote about the importance of having a no annual fee credit card, and this one might be a really good one to have.
I’ve loved having the Discover it® – Cashback Match™ card so far. It offers a 5% cashback in rotating quarterly bonus categories – with cashback match the 1st year. In fact, if you make the most of the categories each quarter, the card is good for an easy (and completely free!) $600 cashback.
The card has no foreign transaction fees and no annual fee. I’ve written about the importance of having at least 1 no annual fee credit card. And this one is a very worthy candidate for that slot.
Thanks to everyone who commented on Giveaway: 5 Pairs of Admirals Club Day Passes ($100 Value!)!
I was kinda blown away by the number of comments!
It came down to sheer randomness, literally. I used random.org and picked 5 numbers. The first 5 numbers were the winners!
I’ll be in touch with each of you about where to send your Admirals Club passes. Congrats!
I’m aggressively working toward paying off my student loans so any clickage is infinitely appreciated!
It was a pleasure being featured on BoardingArea for the week!
Thanks again to all who entered the giveaway! I hope you’ll continue to follow Out and Out.
Winners, I’ll be in touch shortly about where to send the passes – enjoy the Admirals Club, whichever one you pick!
Just saw this and wanted to put it up.
Keep an eye on your mailbox. It seems Citi is targeting American Airlines credit card holders for bonus offers:
Here are the deets:
2X / 10X categories:
Couple of thoughts. Citi is going after Barclays in the promo department.
And they’re going after pretty much every other card with the categories. Including drugstores?
If you max out the 10X with Apple Pay, that’s only $250 in spend. So it’s not stellar.
However, Citi sometimes mixes up their promos and sends different offers out.
Did anyone else get one of these recently? Was your offer different?
Note: this may be a targeted offer, but definitely worth it to see if it’s on your account.
Barclays is now offering the “Rewards Fan Zone” where you can earn extra Arrival+ miles by completing various (easy) “activities”.
To see if you’ve been targeted, simply check your Arrival+ card on the Barclays website. Here’s what showed up for me:
After you log in to the Barclays website, navigate over to the “Barclaycard extras” tab to see what shows up for you.
I was on the cusp of 5,000 Arrival+ miles, and the activities chosen for me to complete were enough to put me over the edge for my next $50 award redemption, with absolutely no spend required.
As you can see, the activities are super easy to complete, and really only take a second or two per task:
It’s stuff like connecting your Barclaycard to social media, following them on Twitter, watching a short video, etc. The miles posted instantly, right after I completed each activity.
Nothing major, but you can get an extra few bucks worth of travel redemptions for clicking a few buttons.
If you’re on the cusp of your next award redemption, it’s totally worth it to check to see if you’re targeted for this.
More than anything, I’m glad Barclays is continuing to offer enhancements on the Arrival+ cards like:
I’m curious to see what else they continue to roll out for this card and for the new Rewards Fan Zone to make it competitive within the rewards card industry. That curiosity has been my biggest driver for keeping this card as long as I have (along with a great retention offer).
Kudos to Barclays for continuing to innovate in a crowded market, even if it is only for a few extra hundred miles. I’m looking forward to seeing what they roll out next.
Was anyone else targeted for this? Are your offers better than mine? Would love to hear if offers differ from what I’ve posted!