20% Back at FedEx with Amex Sync

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Earlier today I received an email from American Express announcing a new sync opportunity for those with Amex credit cards. While most of their sync promos include registering via a social media channel, with this one all you have to do is simply register and you are good to go.

With this promotion, you’ll get 20% back as a statement credit for your FedEx Office purchase when you pay with your registered American Express credit card. Unlike the other promos, this one can be used multiple times and is not limited to a one time only deal. This means you only need to register one card and just use the same card for all purchases. This promotion goes through August 31, 2013. 

To take advantage of this promo, follow these steps, register any eligible American Express Card in your name. You then must use that same Card on eligible FedEx Office purchases, which includes printing and copying services. The only thing that they say is not included is shipping, however, if it is coded the same when it hits your Amex statement it might actually count. If anyone tries it and it works let me know.

Within a few business days, you’ll see a statement credit for 20% of your purchase. GET 20% of your FedEx Office purchases back as a statement credit. Remember, this promotion is only valuable to those with an American Express card (non-Corporate or prepaid cards) and can be used MULTIPLE times.

To learn more about these American Express Sync promotions, read this prior blog post. Also, I’ve updated the “Free Money” page today with all the other Amex sync promos, so make sure to take a look (FYI – I will be re-labeling this tab to “Amex Sync”).

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  1. I notice that the Facebook offers seem to differ significantly from person to person based on your “likes”. Is there any way to see everything that is available somehow, so that you can try to trigger a certain offer if needed?

    • @Chris – Ya it does which is quite annoying. I find the “My Offers” tab on my AmericanExpress.com account and Twitter to be easier.

  2. Just making sure, but is this on any AMEX purchases with that registered card, or just the NY restaurants, California Kitchen and Adidas as shown in the “Free Money” Page?

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