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Citi launches 60K offer for AAdvantage Platinum Select cards 
Latest: Citi launches 60K offer for AAdvantage Platinum Select cards

Citi has relaunched its 60,000-mile sign-up bonus offer for the Citi/AAdvantage Platinum Select World Elite Mastercard and the CitiBusiness/AAdvantage Platinum Select World Mastercard for a limited time.



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!




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Guide: How to maximize your cash back on Amazon.com
Guide: How to maximize your cash back on Amazon.com

By using the right credit card, stacking up on coupons and discounts and using some handy tools to find the right price, you can really make your savings on Amazon add up. We’ll show you how in five steps.


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The new Costco Anywhere Visa card by Citi offers a high amount of cash back on gas, travel and Costco purchases, but is it the best card to use to earn the most rewards at Costco?


Chase Sapphire Preferred versus Chase Sapphire Reserve: Which is better for you?
Chase Sapphire Preferred versus Chase Sapphire Reserve: Which is better for you?

Now that the anniversary of the Chase Sapphire Reserve card has rolled around, is the Reserve worth keeping in the long run? Read on to see why the Sapphire Reserve may be a better option than the Sapphire Preferred.





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Updated: 10-18-2017

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