Citi AA Personal Card? 300 Miles for Paperless Statement Enrollment

Similar to the current US Airways 500-1000 mile offer from Barclays, Citibank is offering bonus miles for paperless statement enrollment for the AAdvantage personal cards. I had already selected to receive paperless statements after receiving approval for my Citi AMEX and Visa cards back in December, but I disabled the feature in early January based on a reader trip from Erin in Austin. Well, I finally received the paperless offer on Friday, though it wasn’t for as many points as I was hoping…a measly 300. I probably wouldn’t go through the effort again and I like being green with my credit card statements. However, in case you are interested here are the full offer details I received approximately three months after switching to paper statements:

Adam, chances are you’re already doing tasks online that help make your life easier. So why not add getting your Citi® Cards statements online only to the list? If you haven’t switched to Paperless Statements because you’re worried about something like forgetting to pay your bill, it’s time to put those concerns to rest. Switching is easy. Enroll in just one click. When you sign-up by May 31, 2013 you’ll receive 300 American Airlines AAdvantage® bonus miles. Promotion is not transferable. In order to qualify for this offer, the account must be open and current. If your account is closed for any reason, including if you convert to another product, you may no longer be eligible. With this offer, you will earn 300 American Airlines AAdvantage® bonus miles after enrollment in Paperless Statements. The promotion will end on 5/31/13. The AAdvantage® bonus miles will appear as a bonus in your AAdvantage® account 8-10 weeks following enrollment in Paperless Statements. The American Airlines AAdvantage® bonus miles you receive as part of this program may be reported to the IRS as miscellaneous income on Form 1099-MISC, as required by applicable law. Customer is responsible for any taxes.

Comments

  1. You’re not bad off, as I received an offer for only 200 miles. Didn’t respond, as I think CITI is “testing the waters” to see how low they can go, If others don’t respond to these puny offers i expect a rise to the 500-1000 miles that would have been acceptable in the first place.

    • @goals^n^dreams – They deactivate link on Citi seems to be disabled now, you might need to call customer service to disable the statements

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