Citi AAdvantage MileUp Credit Card Review

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The Citi AAdvantage MileUp card is a no annual fee credit card that earns 2x American Airlines miles at grocery stores and with American Airlines, and 1x miles everywhere else. 

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Citi AAdvantage MileUp

Citi MileUp Card Information

Application Link: Citi AAdvantage MileUp Card.

Current Sign Up Bonus: 10,000 AAdvantage Miles plus a $50 statement credit

Recommended Bonus: At least 10,000 miles.

Annual Fee: None.

Earning Rewards

  • 2x AAdvantage miles at grocery stores and with American Airlines.
  • 1x AAdvantage miles everywhere else.

Recommended Reading: Citi Application Rules and Check Your Citi Application Status.

MileUp Card Benefits

The MileUp card has very few benefits. You do not get free checked bags or priority boarding unlike the American Airlines cards with annual fees. 

25% Savings In-Flight– The MileUp card gets you a 25% savings on in-flight food and beverages on American Airlines flights. 

Citi Concierge– The MileUp card has access to the Citi Concierge to assist you with your travel, shopping, dining, entertainment, and everyday needs. You can contact them at or 1-800-508-8930.

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The Verdict

The Citi MileUp card has very limited benefits, but does earn 2x miles at grocery stores and with American Airlines. Plus a 25% in-flight savings on food and beverage.

I think MileUp card makes the most sense as a downgrade option from the Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select card ($99 annual fee) for people who still want to earn AAdvantage miles (and keep their miles from expiring) without an annual fee.

Frequently Asked Questions

The MileUp card does not have an annual fee.

The Citi MileUp card earns 2x American AAdvantage miles at grocery stores and with American Airlines; 1x miles everywhere else.

You are eligible for the sign-up bonus if you haven't received a sign-up bonus from another MileUp card in the past 48 months. Bonuses from the Citi AAdvantage Platinum or AAdvantage Executive card do not apply to the 48 month rule.

Yes, the Citi AAdvantage MileUp card has a 3% foreign transaction fee.

Yes, as long as you use the card once every 18 months (or earn at least one AAdvantage mile from flying, online shopping, etc. every 18 months).