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Credit card that allows access to AA club

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I have to fly in and out of an airport that has an American Airline club. Often I get to the airport early. I am not flying American, but I understand there is a card that allows access to the AA Club. A friend of mine recently got the Citi/Advantage Executive World Elite MC and said it doesn't matter which airline you fly. However, when I contacted Citi, they said you have to be flying American.

Does anyone know if this is true or do you know of a card that allows access? When I realize these cards are very pricy, I was thinking about getting rid of my other couple of cards that give me AA points.

Thanks for any info.

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