Citi DoubleCash

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popamode72
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Postby popamode72 » Wed Dec 24, 2014 8:26 am

rockyrock wrote:Anyone had any luck PC'ing an AAdvantage card to DC? My Exec card is up for renewal next month and I really can't see paying the AF again. The lounge at LAX is nice but overall I have been less than impressed with AA and I think it will be getting much worse with the merger...

The DC seems to be the best option Citi has right now. I just want a card with no AF to maintain the ~20k limit; I have no other Citi cards or I would just try to shift it.


I've read stories over at MF where people have been successful PCing from the AA card to DC.

I checked if there were any options for my Forward (keep in mind it's not the version with the 5x on restaurants and Amazon) and still nothing.
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Postby rockyrock » Wed Dec 24, 2014 8:27 am

CC Deville wrote:I am thinking about asking if they will let me change my AT&T Universal Card into the Double Cash; if not then I will ask for my Dividend to be converted (I'd rather keep AT&T account as it will be 16 next year and close my Dividend altogether). Since I am existing cardholder, I will change one of them into this card; however, if I were not a Citibank cardholder I wouldn't bother with it. I figure I can use the Double Cash for "everything else" and continue using my BofA Cash Rewards for groceries (2.2% with redemption to my BofA checking) and gas (3.3% redemption to my BofA checking). I'll know more in about a week with the rest of you.


How did this turn out?

I was considering PC'ing my Exec/AA card to the AT&T if they let me. I could pay my AT&T bill each month and for online shopping but probably wouldn't use it much beyond that.
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Postby InCreditWeTrust » Tue Jan 20, 2015 11:08 am

I currently have a Citi Simplicity. If I decide to get the Double Cash should I apply for it separately or get my Simplicity converted to a Double Cash card?

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Postby CC Deville » Wed Jan 21, 2015 6:27 pm

InCreditWeTrust wrote:I currently have a Citi Simplicity. If I decide to get the Double Cash should I apply for it separately or get my Simplicity converted to a Double Cash card?


From what I have read at various credit boards, Citi does not allow Simplicity cardholders to PC to anything.



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