Amex Offers Ending Today – Take Advantage of Some Free Money!

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There are many Amex Offers ending at the end of the month so I wanted to make sure you are all aware of some popular merchants where you can earn a statement credit on purchases you might be making anyways. For each merchant, I’ve added a hashtag if it is available through Twitter and included some notes on how to maximize. 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). 

American Express Offers Expiring September 30, 2016

  • Olive Garden: Spend $50+, get a $10 statement credit.
    • Tweet: #AmexOliveGarden
    • Tip: Purchase a gift card in-restaurant to use at a future time.
  • Telecharge: Spend $75+, get a $15 statement credit.
  • Sam’s Club: Spend $45+ on a Sam’s Club Membership, get a $45 statement credit. Blog Post
    • Tip: Must made a prepaid hotel booking through to trigger the statement credit.
  • Spend $500+, get a $80 statement credit.
  • Petco: Spend $50+, get a $10 statement credit.
    • Tip: Purchase a $50 gift card in-store to trigger the statement credit.
  • Allen Edmonds: Spend $300+, get a $90 statement credit.
    • Tip: Purchase a $300 gift card in-store to trigger the statement credit.
  • Buca di Beppo: Spend $40+, get a $10 statement credit.
    • Tip: Purchase a $50 gift card at the restaurant to trigger the statement credit.
  • Cole Haan: Spend $250+, get a $50 statement credit.
    • Tip: Valid for in-store or online purchases.
  • Sur La Table: Spend $50+, get a $10 statement credit. Expires tomorrow, October 1st
    • Tip: Valid in-store or online purchases.

An entire list of all the current Amex Offers is available here.

Enjoy saving money!

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