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I don't think any Australian credit cards points can go to Aadvantage directly.You would have to transfer through another program like SPG or HHonors. You won't get a 1:1 transfer, it will be more like a 1:0.5 tranfer or less.
If you search through some of the AA threads you will find that this has been discussed very recently.
JohnK and madmat777, there appears to only be very limited options, according to the Citibank site.
When one logs into their account, these are the options:
Your most recent Reward points balance is 81151*. If you know what you would like to redeem, please enter the code(s) from the Rewards Catalogue here
[FONT=gill sans, arial]Alternatively you can browse and then redeem the rewards we have on offer by:
[FONT=gill sans, arial]Points Range 0-5000 5001-7000 7001-13000 13001-30000 30001 and above[/FONT][FONT=gill sans, arial] or[/FONT][FONT=gill sans, arial]Unlimited rewards[/FONT][FONT=gill sans, arial] or [/FONT][FONT=gill sans, arial]Platinum Catalogue[/FONT][FONT=gill sans, arial] or[/FONT][FONT=gill sans, arial] Rewards Category Cashback Annual Fee Home & Shopping Travel & Leisure Charities. [/FONT][FONT=gill sans, arial]If you would like to convert Citibank Reward points to Qantas Frequent Flyer points, click here to go to the redemption form and complete the Qantas Frequent Flyer points section.[/FONT]
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Please review the Citibank Rewards Terms and Conditions here before making a redemption.[/FONT]
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I have emailed citibank asking if they will consider points transfer to AA.If enough of us ask just maybe they will.After all citigroup run diners and it is possible to transfer from diners card to AA.