There are some ridiculous offers out there thanks to the current economic situation, but let me call out one in particular: JetBlue 100,000 points after spending $6,000 in a year. If you’re ballsy, go for both a personal and a business version of the card for 200,000 miles.

I still have left-over B6 miles from when you could get 3x on Amazon purchases, so I’m not interested. Also, B6 only flies direct to 3 destinations from my home airport, and 2 of those three destinations are transcon red-eyes, so I’m really not interested. Finally, watch out for B6 playing shenanigans on you — point values drop as ticket price increases, so they only work well when the tickets are mostly cheap.

The second part of the double? Citi AA Business 65,000 miles after $4,000 spend in four months. I know what you’re going to say:

  • Citi?
  • AA?
  • Are you masochist?
  • So what?

Ok, all of your questions are valid. The answer to all of them: apparently Citi is much, much less sensitive to shenanigans and credit line cycling on business cards and this is possibly their best business card offer. So if you don’t have a Citi business card, this could be a decent choice.

Borges vv American Airlines court filing
With Citi & AA, you may end up in court.