One of My Favorite Amex Offers is Back! Save $25 with

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One of my favorite Amex Offers from just a few weeks ago is back again! While last time you received a $25 statement credit on a $65+ purchase at, this go around it is the same $25 statement credit but on a $75+ purchase. And the best thing is that this offer is available via Twitter, so everyone is eligible and you can take advantage of this offer on every single Amex card you own! This offer expires September 30, 2017. Tweet: #AmexBoxed.

To register your Amex card to this promotion:

  • Register your American Express card with Twitter and tweet: #AmexBoxed
  • Or, sign into your account and go to the “Amex Offers For You” tab
  • Find the Boxed offer and make sure to select the “Save Offer” button. Make sure to read the multi-browser trick first!
  • I’d go ahead and save the offer sooner then later as you never know when it will hit maximum enrollment!

Maximizing the Deal:

While receiving a $25 statement credit on your purchase is great, there are many other ways to stack even more savings!

  • If you are new to, sign up through a referral link where you will save $15 on your first Boxed order of $60 or more. My referral link is P4H9U (thanks to those who use it, but make sure to leave yours in the comment section as well for other readers!)
  • Use an online shopping portal to earn cash back on your purchase. As of today, TopCashBack is offering the highest cash back at 8%!
  • Use a coupon code – some codes I found include: SAVEUP10 (10% off), GETBULK (15% off), JULY17 (17% off). I am not sure which codes will/will not work and which ones are only for your first order, but you might as well try. You can also always google coupon codes and see what comes up!

**To trigger the statement credit, you can have multiple purchases, just the total amount spent must be $75 or more.

On top of purchasing household items in bulk (think Costco), you can also purchase gift cards at a discounted price. Gift cards go in and out of stock, so you might not always see all of them available. But right now, for instance, I see they are selling $100 to P.F. Changs for $91.99. If you are eating at their restaurant soon, purchase one of those gift cards and with the $25 statement, that means you are ultimately getting $100 worth of food for only $67 – a 33% discount! This also does not include any coupon codes that might apply or any cash back you might receive.

Enjoy your savings!

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    • Bumping this because I got a crazy good deal: Boxed has Fitbit Altas for $99. By combining the Amex offer, code JULY17 for 17 percent off and Ibotta’s 15% cash back, my OOP cost was $42!!

  1. These Boxed offers are great! I took advantage of the last offer they had through AmEx & will most likely do it again with this one.
    It’s nearly a no-brainer to stock up on items that you know you will eventually have to re-buy anyways…why not do it in bulk during a single purchase for a better discount than you would normally get!
    Also, my referral link is SJ7CB if anyone needs a code!

  2. Maybe I am just a very efficient shopper but I really struggled to make this deal worthwhile. Anything I pull up, when I compare the unit price to amazon or costco or on sale at my local Supermarket Boxed is more expensive, not a lot but enough to eliminate $20+ of the $25 savings. We don’t eat a lot of junk or processed food at home so that knocks off most items…the paper goods just don’t price out all that great per unit.

    Anyone with tips or advice would be appreciated. I will definitely look at the gift cards, but again, we avoid most chain restaurants. Maybe gap, gas or grocery cards 🙂

  3. You can also buy books of stamps at
    My husband and I have the same amex account with different
    card numbers. We both register our cards for the offer on the Amex site.
    I make a $75 or more purchase on my card and get the $25 back.
    My husband makes a $75 or more purchase and gets $25 back.
    $50 saved.

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