Save $70 at Waldorf Astoria and Conrad Hotels with Amex Offers

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A new Amex Offers promotion just came out where you can get a $70 statement credit with a $350+ purchase at a Waldorf Astoria and Conrad hotels. This is a great promotion where you can essentially get up to 20% off your hotel stay! And the best thing about this offer is that it is available via Twitter meaning everyone is eligible! Twitter hashtag: #AmexWAC

The one caveat to this promotion is that it is only for stays at Waldorf Astoria and Conrad hotels only. All other hotel brands under the Hilton umbrella are excluded (i.e., Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Hilton Garden Inn, Embassy Suites, Hampton Inn & Suites, Homewood Suites, Home2 Suites, Hilton Grand Vacations). 

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To enroll in this offer:

  • Sync your American Express credit card to Twitter (you can do that here). If  you are not sure which card is currently synced with your account, you can unsync and then re-sync. Tweet #AmexWAC
  • or, Sign into your AmericanExpress.com account and go to the “Amex Offers For You” tab. Find the Garden Inn offer and make sure to select the “Save Offer” button (although once you do this for one card the option will disappear on other cards, so you’ll need to set up a Twitter account to save the offer to the rest of your Amex cards or read this post to learn how to sync multiple Amex cards with your AmericanExpress.com account)
  • Spend $350+ in the US or Puerto Rico only at a Waldorf Astoria or Conrad hotel with your registered Amex card – your total bill must be at least $350 which can include all room charges, incidentals, tax, etc. The transaction must hit your credit card by March 31, 2017!

I recommend enrolling sooner than later as there is a good chance it will meet maximum capacity soon.

To learn more about these American Express offers, read this Amex Offers series:

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

Comments

  1. Hi, Jennifer. I’ve been getting killed by Twitter/Tweetdeck since trying to set everything up. From Twitter blocking accounts to Tweetdeck giving out the following error to added accounts: “Your credentials do not allow access to this resource.”

    I’m willing to pay someone to set this up for me at this point, because it’s just too frustrating. Any suggestions? 🙂

    • @mark – interesting. no idea why that is happening. i set up my accounts years ago, but not sure why it is giving you such a problem. are you using separate email addresses per account?

      • Negative. I was trying to expedite things since I was setting up 20+ accounts, so I was using a phone # to register an account, sync with Amex card, remove the #, rinse repeat using the same #.

        The problem now is that almost half of the accounts were locked by Twitter, and I can’t do a PW reset because no email or phone # is attached to those accounts. Simply entering my Twitter username is not enough. And now those accounts have a card synced to them, so I can’t just create a new account — I have to unsync the card first, which I can’t do without logging into that particular Twitter account.

        It’s a bit of a mess, sadly. I think I’m going to have to order replacements for all the affected cards, which will hopefully automatically unsync them from the locked Twitter accounts since the card numbers will be different.

  2. I got problems with this Amex Offer.
    I booked a prepaid stay at El Conquistador, a Waldorf Astoria Resort, through the HHonors app.
    However, the transaction shows as “HILTON ADVANCE PURCHASE”. Nothing is relevant to Waldorf Astoria Resorts.
    And now, Amex CSR says it is not eligible for the Amex credit… I told him I have the receipt, still no way.
    Not sure what to do… Just want to warn other readers to be careful.

    • @lin – ask to be connected with the Amex offers team and speak to a supervisor in that group. I once had an issue and with no hesitation, they credited my account for the amount of the statement credit.

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