I haven’t found a web page detailing the offer, but American is sending email solicitations for their co-branded products from Citibank offering 40,000 American AIrlines miles after $750 in spend, first year fee waived, and two lounge passes.
The previous best offer I was aware of was for 35,000 miles, fee waived, but without the lounge passes.
Now, these links take you straight to the application. So you can trust me (and Citibank) as to what they are promising. But that’s the offer from the email. Passing along in case it’s useful, and would appreciate your hitting the comments if you find a web page dedicated to them or that spell out the offer.
Update: As Frugal Travel Guy points out, a bunch of different offers are being sent out today, and according to this Flyertalk thread some are even better — a 75,000 mile sign up bonus (!!) and a 50,000 mile bonus plus a second 50,000 after $10k in minimum spend. There’s a second Flyertalk thread as well, but no one has yet managed to post links for the more lucrative offers. Keep your eyes open in your e-mail inbox — and your junkmail folder — in case anything good pops up!
Update 2: Someone has posted the links from the emails they received about the better offers. Again, the links go straight to an application page — there’s no ‘landing page’ outlining the bonus offer.
For the 50,000 miles after $750 in purchases within 4 months and another 50,000 miles after $10,000 in purchases within a year, fee waived first year, here’s the Visa link, the Amex link, and the Business Visa link.
And this is apparently a link for the Visa Signature with 75,000 miles after $1500 in purchases within six months, fee waived first year.
No guarantees of course that these links will work for you, but they are links that members of Flyertalk provided out of the emails received today.
Update 3: TM Travel World has links to the 3 different cards offering the 75,000 mile signup bonus after $1500 in spend within 6 months. This is the better offer for those who won’t be able to meet the $10,000 spend requirement for the card with the bigger signup offer.