Amex Offers

New Amex Offer up to 100% Back: Spend $75+ at Verizon, Get $75 Back [Business Cards]

Written by Charlie

Check your Amex business cards to see if you have this Amex Offer for Verizon! You could get up to 100% of your payment back!

Back in the day of saving Amex Offers to multiple cards, an offer like this could pay for your Verizon bill for the next year – or more, depending on how many cards you have. Still, getting up to 100% back on anything is nice, especially things like a cellular bill. So, look for it in your cards and save it!

New Amex Offer of Up to 100% Back on Verizon

So, this one says it is only for Verizon Business wireless but I am not a Verizon customer so I cannot say if this is charged differently or not. If it is like other Amex Offers in the past, even a personal wireless payment should trigger the Amex Offer.

You really lose nothing – just save it to your Amex card of choice (it appears to only be on Business cards) and then use that card to pay your next Verizon bill. I mean, you aren’t going to lose anything if you have Verizon anyway and need to pay your bill!

  • Get a one-time $75 statement credit by using your enrolled eligible Business Card to make a single purchase of $75 or more
  • Valid online at
  • Use by 2/14/2022

A nice offer, if you have it and have Verizon! We have it on both our accounts but, unfortunately, we do not have Verizon.

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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.
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