yfan wrote:I got a package from Citi/Costco last night outlining all the terms. There were some questions about FTF floating around, and it will be 3%, except no fee when used at Costcos worldwide.
CreditCardGuru wrote:Here is our review of the new Citi Costco card for more details:
TXviking wrote:CreditCardGuru wrote:Here is our review of the new Citi Costco card for more details:
Thanks for the review! I'm affected by the changeover, and it's good to know I won't incur a HP. One concern I have is that my CostCo AmEx card has an AmEx-style "Customer since 1997" on it. Will this be inherited by the new CitiBank card; if not, does that mean this changeover will hurt my AAoA?
(I'm particularly concerned because I'm planning to close a United MC I've had since the Continental Airlines days; worried that losing two old accounts in a short span will hurt my AAoA significantly.)
TXviking wrote:Chase does offer a no-fee United card, but I am sufficiently annoyed with United (long story short: one cracked iPad, one bent MacBook Pro that they damaged and are completely unapologetic about) that I don't even want to keep their card if it's free.
I posted in the Rewards forum to see what I can do to utilize my miles without benefiting United. They currently expire in 2017.
TXviking wrote:That trip was a business trip and paid for by my employer. And Chase will only PC a United card for another United card. I checked. Thanks for the suggestions though!