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I don’t know about you, but from Black Friday to now, I have completed about 90% of my holiday shopping. A large chunk of that was completed thanks to the incredible offer from American Express that awards a $25 statement credit when spending $75 at Amazon via a registered Amex. I posted about this deal here, and wanted to follow-up on the status of that and other American Express offers since they have been quite plentiful recently!
$25 statement credit after spending $75 at Amazon has reached capacity:
This was an offer that had a capped enrollment, and that cap was met at some point last night both via the registration page and twitter. I don’t know if it would still appear in some accounts under the “My Offers” tab or not, but it isn’t available publicly. If you already registered an Amex card (or 2, or 20) for this deal then you have until December 31st to complete the $75 in spending to trigger the $25 statement credit. I have received registration emails and emails thanking me for my purchase on all the cards that I have used, but I do not yet see the $25 statement credits on my accounts. I have read numerous reports online that others have started to see the $25 statement credits, so I expect mine to appear in the next couple of days.
As a reminder, Amazon.com e-gift cards are working just fine to meet the $75 spending requirement, and they are an easy way to load up your Amazon account for future purchases if you don’t need anything right now. I did this myself on a couple accounts and got the “thank you for using your card” emails from Amex within minutes.
This was a ridiculous deal and congrats to everyone who moved quickly and registered their cards in time!
Small Business Saturday Statement Credits Posting:
I have received the Small Business Saturday statement credits for $10 on my American Express cards, including those issued by other banks like Citibank. I wouldn’t get too worried yet if your statement credits aren’t there if you followed all the rules of the promo, but do be aware that many people are now seeing those statement credits in their accounts. Hurray for swift processing!
There are many more sync-type American Express offers still available:
If you didn’t move quickly enough on the Amazon offer, there are still some other offers out there that may help you save a little cash while using your Amex cards. Check your “My Offers” tab on your online account, or head here on Twitter to see a more comprehensive list, but here are a few of my favorites.
If you aren’t sure how to take advantage of Amex Sync, then check out this post. Let’s hope that these great offers from Amex keep rolling in as it makes it easy to get even more value out of our rewards credit cards!
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