Maximizing American Express Sync Offers on Black Friday

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Black Friday is only a few days away, so not only can you possibly get a great deal but you can double dip your savings by using a synced Amex credit card at a participating merchant. Right now, there are many popular Black Friday stores that are offering a nice statement credit by spending a certain amount at their store (some are online, some in-store, and some you can shop either). So before you head out on Friday morning, make sure to sync as many American Express credit cards as possible.

Popular Black Friday stores offering a statement credit with Amex Sync Offers:

  • Walmart.com: Spend $15+, get a $5 statement credit. Expires 11/30/2014. Related blog post
    • Tweet: #AmexWalmart
    • Tip: Purchase a $15 Walmart gift card online to use in-store. You can also purchase other merchant gift cards online (although not a huge selection).
  • Macy’s: Spend $100+, get a $15 statement credit. Expires 11/30/14
    • Tip: Valid in-store or online. Purchasing a physical gift card will trigger the statement credit. This is a targeted offer so you will need to check your AmericanExpress.com account to see if you have the offer available.
  • Sony: Spend $100+, get a $25 statement credit. Expires 2/3/15
    • Tweet: #AmexSony
    • Tip: Valid in-store or online.
  • Best Buy: Spend $250+, get a $25 statement credit. Expires 12/31/14. Related blog post.
    • Tweet: #AmexBestBuy
    • Tip: Purchase a $250 gift card to trigger the statement credit. Best Buy sells many other gift cards in-store, i.e., iTunes, Visa, Kindle (not all stores), etc.
  • Office Depot / Office Max: Spend $50+, get a $10 statement credit. Expires 12/31/14. Related blog post
    • Tweet: #AmexOfficeDepot
    • Tip: Purchase a gift card for another merchant or a Visa gift card to actually make money off of the deal.
  • Sur La Table: Spend $50+, get a $10 statement credit. Expires 12/31/14
    • Tweet: #AmexSurLaTable
    • Tip: Valid in-store or online. Purchase a gift card to use at a future time.
  • Cole Haan: Spend $200+, get a $50 statement credit. Expires 12/31/14
    • Tweet: #AmexColeHaan
    • Tip: This is valid for in-store or online. Purchase a gift card to then use at the Cole Haan outlets!
  • JCPenney: Spend $50+, get a $10 statement credit. Expires 12/31/14
    • Tweet: #AmexJCPenney
    • Tip: Valid in-store or online. Purchase a gift card to use at a future time (e-gift cards are excluded).
  • Amazon.com: Spend $15+, get a $15 statement credit. Expires 12/31/14. Related blog post
    • Tip: This is an extremely targeted offer so you will need to check your AmericanExpress.com account to see if you were targeted. Purchase a $15 eGift Card to trigger the statement credit to use for a future time.
  • J.Crew: Spend $125+, get a $25 statement credit. Expires 12/31/14. Related blog post
    • Tweet: #AmexJCrew
    • Tip: Purchase a gift card to use at a future time. If you are a student, show your student ID for an extra 10% off!
  • Toys R Us: Spend $75+, get a $15 statement credit. Expires 12/31/14.
    • Tip: Purchase a gift card to use at a future time. This is a targeted offer so you must check your AmericanExpress.com account to see if you were targeted.

Unfortunately, some of the enrollment limits have been met so if you have not Tweeted the respective hashtag you might not be able to register anymore. However, still check your AmericanExpress.com account to see if the offer is available to save to your card.

To learn more about American Express Sync promotions:

You can check out all the other current Amex Sync promos here. Enjoy!

Comments

  1. Regarding the Toyrus offer. I have signed up for the offer. But not sure whether i can get the physical gift card work… So my question is does buying an e-gift card work in this case?

    • @pras – I haven’t tried myself, but it seems as though egift cards are processed through Toys R Us (not a third-party system), so it should work.

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