A new Amex Offer popped up today that can be very helpful for anyone with an AT&T Wireless business account! You can either get $200 in spending for free or you look at it that you get 20,000 Membership Reward points – just for paying your bill!
New Amex Offer for AT&T Wireless Business
- Get a one-time $200 statement credit by using your enrolled Card to make a single payment of $200+ towards your AT&T Wireless for Business bill directly with AT&T
- Must use by 12/7/2018
- In order to be eligible for the offer, you must enroll your Card and use that Card to pay your wireless bill or other service charges online directly with AT&T at att.com/smallbusiness or through the AT&T app.
- Your payments must be in the amount of $200 or more in a single transaction and completed by 12/7/18.
- Offer valid one time
- Purchases for equipment or prepaid, U-verse, web hosting, or wireless services that do not appear on your AT&T wireless bill are excluded from this offer
This is not as generous as the one from earlier this year that let you use it up to 3 times, but it is still a pretty great deal! These offers typically come with either the money back or the same amount in points. Check your different cards to see which ones you have! Remember, Amex Offers can now only be used once, no matter how many cards you have. I am not completely sure if the point offer would disappear if you used the cash offer or vice versa but select the card and offer that is best for you to use first!
With the last offers like this, some people reported that paying their personal AT&T cell bills triggered the offer so it may be worth changing your payment card to one that has this offer to see if that works – especially if you don’t have a business account with AT&T.
One more thing – that last bullet point details what is not included but if you get equipment and have it charged to your account (or you are paying monthly amounts for that equipment), you should be good to go!
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