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Roundup Of Great Credit Card Offers Ending Soon

Credit Card Offers
Written by Charlie

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Right now, there are some great credit card offers bouncing around. Some are at their all-time high while others are at their normal, limited-time offer amounts. Either way, if you are interested in any of these cards, now may be the time to consider getting one of them.

Disclaimer: Except for the Chase Freedom card, I do not earn a referral for any of these cards.

Roundup Of Great Credit Card Offers Ending Soon

American Express Business Gold Rewards Card – 75,000 Points

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This offer has been around for a while, but, unfortunately, it is one you have to call in for. The application form online wants you to login but after logging in, it says that the systems are down and that you need to call. The phone number to call is 800-519-OPEN. Tell them you saw the offer online but it will not let you apply because their systems are down.

Amex Business Gold Rewards Link

The Offer

The offer on this card is for 75,000 Membership Reward points after spending $5,000 in the first 3 months of card membership. The annual fee of $175 is waived for the first year so there is nothing that you will need to pay to get this card for a year.

This card has always had some decent spending categories but has recently shifted to a choose your own style. Here is what you have to choose – 3X bonus from spending in one of the following categories:

  • Airfare purchased directly from airlines
  • U.S. purchases for advertising in select media
  • U.S. purchases at gas stations
  • U.S. purchases for shipping
  • U.S. computer hardware, software, and cloud computing purchases made directly from select providers

Whatever categories you do not select will automatically earn 2x bonus points.

Overall, this is a strong offer and, since it is a business card, if you have not had this card in the last 12 months, you are good to go for the bonus on it!

This deal ends June 30, 2015.

Chase Freedom – 20,000 Points (or $200)

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This offer has begun to pop up a little more often lately. It was last seen in December and it came up again recently.

Read more: How To Unlock Your Chase Freedom Points For Full Value

– chase freedom application link – Earn $200 cash back after spending $500 in 3 months

Disclosure: If you use the above link, I will get a referral bonus of $50/5,000 points. 

The Offer

The offer is double what it is normally. It is currently at $200 back (or 20,000 points if you have a UR earning card – see the Unlock Your Chase Freedom link above for information) after spending $500 in 3 months. Not only is that an awesome offer in relation to spending but it is also a card that carries no annual fee.

The Chase Freedom card has rotating categories that allow you to maximize your earning up to $300 in cash back from those categories each year (or 30,000 Ultimate Reward points). With no annual fee and these category bonuses, definitely a card to keep on your account.

See this post for more information about the card and rotating categories.

This offer ends June 24 (using a public offeror June 25 if you use the link above.

Delta American Express Cards – Multiple Offers

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The Delta American Express cards have hit some pretty good amounts and they are due to get cut back down to their lackluster offers soon. If you are interested in some miles to get you to places all over the world, these card offers may be of value to you. Sure, Delta has done a lot of damage to their award program but they still have some nice redemptions as well (currently the only American carrier to fly direct to Iceland from the US which is a nice, quick trip).

The Offers

There are 4 different cards when you count the personal and business card offers. Essentially, it is really just two different cards with business versions as well.

Delta Platinum Cards

– american express delta personal platinum link

– american express delta platinum business link

  • Spend $2,000 on your card in 3 months and receive 60,000 Skymiles (for award travel) and 10,000 MQMs (which count towards elite status – 25,000 MQMs needed in a calendar year for the entry level, Silver Elite status).
  • Receive a $100 statement credit when you make a Delta purchase with the card within the first 3 months (in the past, purchasing gift cards from Delta has triggered this as well if you do not currently have travel planned)
  • Annual Fee – $195 (not waived the first year)
  • Card bonus not available on the personal card for those customers who have ever received it on the Delta Platinum card before.

Delta Gold Cards

– american express delta personal gold link

– american express delta business gold link

  • Spend $2,000 on your card in 3 months and receive 50,000 Skymiles (for award travel)
  • Receive a $50 statement credit when you make a Delta purchase with the card within the first 3 months (in the past, purchasing gift cards from Delta has triggered this as well if you do not currently have travel planned)
  • Annual Fee – $95 (waived the first year)
  • Card bonus not available on the personal card for those customers who have ever received it on the Delta Platinum card before.

To read more about all of these Delta offers, check out the original post for more information.

These offers expire June 30, 2015.

Summary

So there you are! Those are some very nice offers and ones that I believe deserve consideration. Each of them will give you so great travel opportunities on the cheap. The Business Gold Rewards card offer alone is more than enough for award tickets to Europe – even more than what you would need to fly Singapore Suites to Europe from the US (or reverse).

However, always consider how the cards and applications fit into your overall application strategy. If you are in the middle of meeting minimum spending requirement for other cards or you do not think you can pull of the spending on these cards, better to not get in over your head. Do what you feel comfortable with.

Also, remember the rules that the different issuers are rolling out/have rolled out concerning getting new card offers. To be familiar with them, check this post on “churning” rules with card issuers.

Editorial Note - Opinions expressed here are author's alone, not those of any bank, credit card issuer, hotel, airline, or other entity. This content has not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of the entities included within the post.

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About the author

Charlie

Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

4 Comments

  • I tried looking in to that AmEx Business Gold offer. I called in and gave the online offer code, and they said that it is not a real offer. They said it was a SPAM/phishing attempt that has been going on since January.

    Have you heard any similar comments, or have people actually gotten this offer?

    • Wow! I had NOT heard that before! I have heard that many have gotten the offer. I would tell them that if it is a phishing attempt then it is on them to fix it because it is on their own website. Also, if it was a phishing attempt, why is it giving the real Amex number to call?

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