Or, consider other cards for 50,000 more miles or points that transfer into United miles with additional flexibility for your everyday spending.
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Are the miles from your new Citi AAdvantage credit card not posting? We’ve been hearing heard from folks who signed up for new Citi AAdvantage accounts, met the bonus requirement quickly, and saw no miles post to their account after their statements closed.
Part of this issue is due to the merger.
For a time Citi was experiencing delays verifying the identity of AAdvantage account numbers to match them with credit card holder accounts. This was supposedly because of a systems changeover at American Airlines as part of the merger with US Airways.
Citi didn’t want to accidentally send miles to the wrong AAdvantage accounts, and the queue for verification backed up, so people experienced delays.
The systems seem to be talking now, but people are still experiencing problems like having zero miles reported after statements close.
The most common problem is that if you meet the requirement for your intro bonus faster than 3 months the miles are getting delayed.
If that happens, you can just hang tight until the 3 statements are up and they should eventually post.
Or, if you’re in a hurry you can try…
Lots of people have been applying for the 100,000 mile Executive AAdvantage offer (available through May 15th) and 50,000 miles Platinum Select offer and we know you’re anxious to use your miles for summer travel.
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