June 30th marks the last day for many promotions, but I wanted to highlight three specific American Express Sync offers.
- Uber: Sync the Uber promotion with yourAmerican Express card and you will get a $10 statement credit with a $30+ Uber purchase. The only caveat is that the $30 must be used in a single ride and cannot be combined through multiple rides. Also, if you have credits already existing in your account, Uber will pull your credits first to pay for the ride and not charge your credit card. To get around this, you can purchase an Uber gift certificate and that will trigger the statement credit. Unfortunately though, you’ll need to purchase a $50 gift card to get the $10 credit. You can read more about this promotion in this prior blog post.
- Travelocity: Receive a one-time $50 statement credit when you make a single purchase of $200+ at Travelocity.com. Unfortunately his is only valid for “hotel only” options marked as GoodBuy or Top Secret hotels and for reservations through July 30, 2013. Any other purchases will not qualify. You also must pay Travelocity directly – any reservation booked as part of a vacation package or if you pay the hotel directly will not trigger the statement credit. A GoodBuy hotel is essentially any property that participates in the Low Guaranteed Rate, which are most hotels on the sate – these rooms require full pre-payment at the rime of booking. I actually made a reservation and received my statement credit within just a few days. To sync your Amex card with this promotion tweet #AmexTravelocityOffer”. You can read more about this promotion in this prior blog post.
- Whole Foods: You can receive a one-time $10 statement credit when you make a single purchase of $75+ at Whole Foods Market. You can register for this promotion via your online American Express account or by tweeting #AmexWholeFoods. You can read more about this promotion in this prior blog post.
Remember, these three promotions expire June 30, 2013. To learn more about American Express Sync promotions, read this prior blog post.