A Few Amex Offers Ending Soon

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I just wanted to point out a handful of American Express Offers ending in the first two weeks of March. If you are not familiar with these amazing statement credit opportunities, take a look at these prior posts (the official series documenting all Amex Offers things to know). 

So here are the current American Express statement credit offers expiring in the next two weeks:

  • Godiva.com: Spend $50+, get a $10 statement credit. Expires 3/2/2015
  • Del Frisco’s Grill: Spend $50, get a $15 statement credit. Expires 3/4/2015
    • Tip: Purchase a gift card at the restaurant to trigger the statement credit and then use for a future time.
  • PuritansPride.com: Spend $30+, get a $10 statement credit. Expires 3/4/2015
  • Food52.com: Spend $100+, get a $20 statement credit. Expires 3/5/2015
  • CoffeeBean.com: Spend $60, get a $12 statement credit. Expires 3/5/2015.
    • Tip: Valid online only. Purchase a gift card online (physical gift card) to then use in-store.
  • Adagio Teas: Spend $50+, get a $15 statement credit. Expires 3/9/2015
  • Adidas: Spend $100+, get a $20 statement credit. Expires 3/14/2015.
    • Tweet: #AmexAdidas
    • Tip: Valid in-store or online. Not valid at factory locations and employee stores. Excludes gift cards purchase online, but not in-store. Purchase a gift card in-store and then use for a future purchase.
  • City Sports: Spend $100+, get a $20 statement credit. Expires 3/16/2015.
    • Tweet: #AmexCitySports
    • Tip: Online or in-store purchase. By a gift card in-store to trigger the statement credit to use at a future date.

Only Adidas and City Sports is available through Twitter, while the rest of them can be found in your AmericanExpress.com account. An entire list of all the current Amex Offers is available here.

Enjoy saving money!

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