Many More New Amex Offers to Save Money!

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Many more Amex Offers were loaded in the middle of the night which will save you money over the next few months! I’ve personally been waiting for a bunch of new offers to load in January, although I was hoping for some more. And unfortunately, it seems like non of these offers are available via Twitter, so you’ll have to sign into your account to see if you are eligible. And, if you have these offers on more then one American Express credit card, you’ll need to use the multiple browser trick to register for the same offer on multiple cards.

  • Time to Spa: Spend $150+, get a $30 statement credit. Expires 4/17/2017
    • Tip: Valid online at
  • Hampton Inn and Hilton Garden Inn: Spend $175+, get a $35 statement credit. Expires 3/17/2017
    • Tip: The charge must hit your credit card by December 31st. Only valid at Hampton Inn and Hilton Garden Inn properties (not other properties under the Hilton umbrella) within the U.S. and U.S. territories.
  • Oceania Cruises: Spend $500+, get a $150 statement credit. Expires 2/28/2017.
    • Tip: Must book cruise by 2/28/17 but can travel a later date.
  • Legal Seafood: 
  • Neiman Marcus: Spend $200+, get a $50 statement credit. Expires 3/16/2017.
    • Tip: Valid for online purchases only While I haven’t tried it out myself yet, it looks like gift card purchases online should trigger the statement credit.
  • Turbo Tax: Save$10-$20 by visiting Expires 10/15/17
    • Tip: This is not your typical statement credit offer, but instead you’ll receive instant savings by purchasing TurboTax through the Amex website above.
  • Adorama: Spend $250+, get a $25 statement credit. Expires 2/22/2017
    • Tip: Valid in-store or online.
  • – Pet Sitting and Dog Walking: Spend $75+, get a $30 statement credit. Expires 4/3/2017
  • Lucky Spend $50+, get a $10 statement credit.
  • Legal – Gourmet Gifts: Spend $150+, get a $30 statement credit. Expires 2/19/2017
    • Tip: This is for purchases at only, NOT in-restaurant transactions. However, it looks like you can purchase gift cards online to then use at the restaurant. As long as this is processed by their same online system, it should trigger the statement credit.
  • Frontpoint Security: Spend $99+, get a $99 statement credit. Expires 4/13/2017
    • Tip: Valid  for transactions online at or 1-855267-5958.
  • Alternative Apparel: Spend $100+, get a $25 statement credit. Expires 4/3/2017
    • Tip: Valid in-store or online.
  • Yoga Outlet: Spend $25+, get a $5 statement credit. Expires 4/3/2017
    • Tip: Valid online ar
  • Carls Patio: Spend $1,000+, get a $200 statement credit. Expires 4/3/2017
    • Tip: Valid in-store or online.

I absolutely love Amex Offers and have received a bunch of statement credits due to making purchase with a registered Amex credit card. Remember, these promotions are only valuable to those with an American Express card (no Corporate or prepaid cards) and is only a one-time statement credit. Serve and Bluebird cards are now eligible, but Target REDCard is not.

If you have multiple Amex cards, you will need to sync them to different accounts. To learn more about these American Express offers, read this Amex Offers series:

Make sure to check out all of the current Amex Offers available on this permanent page on the blog.

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  1. Beware – My purchases (two Amex cards) posted as to my account. I did not automatically receive the credit, and the customer care agent tried to explain that my purchase did not qualify since it was at a different brand. I offered to submit my email confirmations showing that my purchases were from yogaoutlet. I was eventually able to get the credits; however, I will probably avoid the offers in the future. I recall doing a yogaoutlet Amex offer last year with no problem. I wonder if swimoutlet puchased them or if the parent company name changed.

    • @jenny – that is good to know. thank you so much for sharing. that is annoying it worked that way, but I’m glad it got resolved (although I am sure a lot of time was spent).

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