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American Airlines AAdvantage MileUp card 
Latest: New American Airlines MileUp card to offer 10,000 bonus miles for a limited time

Citi and American Airlines have announced plans to launch a new, no-fee card designed to help you earn miles more quickly. Slated to launch July 22, 2018, the card will offer a 10,000-mile bonus and rewards on every purchase.

Limited-time offers

Stay up-to-date with our ongoing list of limited-time credit card and loyalty program promotions – ranging from retail and shopping offers to hotel and airline deals. Check out the list to take advantage of bonuses and savings before they expire!

Card guides and recommendations
Delta SkyMiles guide
Delta SkyMiles guide: The best ways to earn and use SkyMiles

Our Skymiles guide dives into the details of earning and redeeming miles to help you decide if SkyMiles is right for you.

Which 1.5 percent cash back card is right for you?
Which 1.5 percent cash back card is right for you?

If you want to earn cash back on every purchase without the dealing with a complicated rewards structure, a flat-rate, 1.5 percent cash back card is a great option.

SPG Cravings dining program guide
SPG Cravings dining program guide

You can earn bonus Starpoints and get up to a 30 percent savings on your purchases by dining at eligible restaurants in the SPG Cravings program.

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Updated: 07-19-2018