Save $20 at Country Inn & Suites Hotels

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A new Amex Offers promotion just came out where you can get a $20 statement credit with a $100+ purchase at a Country Inn & Suites. For those of you who have a stay at one of their hotels through May 20, 2017, this is a great way to essentially get up to 20% off your hotel stay!

The one caveat to this promotion is that it is only for stays at Country Inn & Suites hotels only. All other hotel brands under the Club Carlson umbrella are excluded.

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To enroll in this offer:

  • Tweet #AmexCountryInn from your synced Twitter account. This will allow you to register every single American Express credit card you have.
  • Or, sign into your account and go to the “Amex Offers For You” tab. Find the Country Inn & Suites offer and make sure to select the “Save Offer” button (although once you do this for one card the option will disappear on other cards so make sure to do the multi-browser trick to learn how to register multiple Amex cards with your account)
  • Spend $100+ at a US only Country Inn & Suites hotel with your registered Amex card – your total bill must be at least $100 which can include all room charges, incidentals, tax, etc. The transaction must hit your credit card by May 20, 2017!

For those of you that are able to take advantage of this offer, enjoy!

To learn more about these American Express offers, read this Amex Offers series:

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

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  1. I saw it early this morning, but when I read over the terms and conditions, I nixed it. It would be helpful to someone actually planning a stay, but I don’t see it in my near future. I remember a pretty lousy stay at a Country Inn in Newark. There was a jacuzzi in the middle of the room. It wasn’t alluring, but it was funny.

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