This guide covers the process for repeatedly getting Citi AA cards. This includes the process, information and limits to know about signing up, and what to do once you have a stack of these cards.
Citi has a restriction on most of their card applications which states that if you’ve opened or closed a card in that product family in the last 24 months you cannot get a bonus for a card in that family. If someone opened a card with an AA bonus in the last year, for example, they can’t apply for a new one using an application that has this restriction.
Most (all?) of Citi’s public applications contain this 24 month restriction, essentially limiting people to one card every 24 months. However, Citi sends out mailers for the personal and business versions of the AA Platinum card that do not have such a restriction. As such, it is possible to get these cards even if one has opened or closed one in the last 24 months. People have gotten 2, 3, even 10+ cards in a relatively short amount of time by using non-restricted-mailers over and over. This is often referred to as the "grAAvy train."
There are two types of mailers.
Some have a 12 digit code; these can only be used by the recipient.
Other have a 9 digit code; these mailers are addressed to certain people but can be used by someone other than the recipient. As of October 2018, it seems personal mailers can only be used once. Once someone submits an application the code doesn't work anymore.
A business mailer can be used by multiple people as long as the recipient doesn’t use it. There are DPs of dozens of people using a single mailer. As of March 2019, business mailers are also one-time-use.
I will keep this post updated with any new referral links I have for new cards and/or offers on existing cards.
All Amex cards can be applied for through the following referral link:
Click here, which should take you to a personal Platinum card landing page. At the top and bottom of the page it'll have options to view other cards. You can select whatever card you're looking for.
If you use this "super"-link please message me so I can keep track of how many people have used to, to replace it when needed.
Note: if you have an MR-earning card you might be able to generate a super-referral like this of your own in which case you can self-refer instead of using mine.
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