Amex Offers

New Amex Offers for the New Year

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Written by Charlie

There are some new Amex Offers out for the new year! While none are as good as the ones before, they do have money-saving potential for some!

Today is the first day that some new Amex Offers came out this year – and none of them have really excited me that much! Still, it is somewhat to be expected given that they just ended a bunch of great ones with the end of the shopping year. However, these may be of benefit to some of you so here they are!

New Amex Offers for the New Year

Read: Which American Express Cards Have the Best Amex Offers?

Getting the Offers

Log in to your American Express account and scroll down to the bottom. You will see Amex Offers For You. Select it and add the offer you want to your card. Make sure you make note of which card you save it to.

To maximize itadd the offer to separate cards, simply login to your American Express account and then choose to duplicate the tab (if using Google Chrome) as many times as you have cards. Once they are all open, select a different Amex card in each tab and select to save the offer to the card.

Make sure you save these offers as soon as you can – using the tip above to maximize – as they are limited enrollment and when they are gone, they are gone! Even if they disappear, as long as you have saved the offer, you are all set.

For Twitter, you can sync your American Express card with your Twitter account and then tweet the hashtag for the offer to @AmexOffers. You will have to sync each card separately or use different Twitter accounts.

Carls Patio

  • Spend $1,000 or more in one or more transactions, get $200 back
  • Expires 4/3/2017
  • Valid in-store or online
  • Nice way to get ready for spring weather!

YogaOutlet.com

  • Spend $25 or more in one or more transactions, get $5 back
  • Expires 4/3/2017
  • Valid online only
  • Make any fitness commitments? Maybe this can help save money!

Alternative Apparel

  • Spend $100 or more in one or more transactions, get $25 back
  • Expires 4/3/2017
  • Valid in-store or online

Rover.com – Pet Sitting and Dog Walking

  • Spend $75 or more in one or more transactions, get $30 back
  • Expires 4/3/2017
  • Valid online only

The amount back intrigues me – maybe if you have a friend in the program, you could really use this a bit more?

None of these are showstoppers, at least for me. But, maybe you received a really good targeted one? Leave it in the comments below!

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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

  • Interesting one for Mariott on my AMEX Platinum Card:

    Get 3,000 additional Membership Rewards points each time you use your enrolled Card to spend a total of $200+ on room rate and room charges with a participating Marriott property by 2/28/17. Limit 6,000 Membership Rewards points. See terms for exclusions. View Locations Nearby

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    Not a bad deal if you already have a stay booked with them.

  • Thanks, Tom! I had that one in mine as well but it was from a couple of weeks ago. I know Amex has been expanding some offers – do you remember if this was in your account before or did it show up today? Either way, it is a nice deal!

  • This blog is nothing more than credit card peddling disguised as ‘travel’. Perhaps you should change the blog name to ‘runningwithAmex’?

    • Lol! Sorry, you may have confused this blog with a different site. I certainly do not “peddle” credit cards and actually turned down direct affiliate links with American Express because I did not want to have to work within certain guidelines they mandated for offers I cover here (ie. not showing the better offers). But thanks for visiting and taking the time to throw out a comment anyway! 🙂
      BTW, hi “Jimmy!” 😉

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