Bluebird is Now Available for Amex Sync Offers!

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You probably saw that in the middle of the night I tweeted out the Amex Sync offer for Small Business Saturday (more on that in a later post) and with that I tested out my husband’s Bluebird account. Well, I was so happy to find out that Bluebird can now be synced to Twitter for you to take advantage of the Amex Sync offers! That means if you are still holding onto Bluebird (and haven’t switched over yet to Serve or RedCard), you now make some money from this card!

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In the past, Bluebird would not work, so I am glad to see it now works. Serve cards also works, but Target’s newest RedCard’s do not.

If you are wondering how to sync your Bluebird card to Twitter (or any other American Express credit card for that matter,  read this prior post for step to step directions – “Syncing your American Express Credit Card to Twitter“. Also, if you have multiple credit cards, I suggest creating a new Twitter account for each American Express credit card. It will take a few minutes to initially set up, but will then be super easy to sync your cards going forward.

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

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  1. Do you have to use Twitter? Can you log into BlueBird and accept offers just like you can for an Amex card on the Amex website?

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