3 thoughts on “EARN 40,000 THANK YOU POINTS WITH CITIBANK CHECKING ACCOUNT”

    1. @Kevin – I would plan on it and be happy if you didn’t get one. I did a Citi checking in 2011 for AA and didn’t get one. I did one for AA at the end of 2012 but still haven’t received the miles yet. Didn’t get anything this year but I didn’t receive miles in 2012 either. Be interesting to see if I get one in 2013. It’s always a waiting game with Citibank checking account. Some report miles/points posting quickly but I’ve always had to call & email to get them posted.

      1. @ Kevin – I believe Citi has some value equation they figure out, like anything above 25,000 miles/points is over $600 value and sends a 1099. I’m really not sure though. I do know you can dispute the 1099 as the IRS says that miles/points don’t have any set value (as of last years statement). If I ever get one, I’m surely going to dispute because who can really say the value of those points. It depends upon how they are redeemed and there are so many ways points can be redeemed.

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