Last year, I was approved for The Platinum Card from American Express for Ameriprise Financial clients. The terms were excellent – 25,000 Membership Reward points and no annual fee for the first year. This was a great deal because I received all of the benefits of the Platinum American Express card (such as lounge access, Global … Read More
This is breaking news, or at least it is to me. I first learned of it this morning after reading this post by Chasing the Points. One of the great benefits of having a business American Express Card has been the OPEN Network of Savings, which gives a 5% discount as a credit on Hyatt charges … Read More
Is it beef yet? You betcha with this new Amex Offer!
I don’t even remember when I got the American Express Prepaid card. I think it was right before Serve, and then Bluebird came along, so it has just sat taking up space in the sock drawer. I’m guessing American Express doesn’t like this card very much because I just received notification of a number of … Read More
Email from American Express for Target will pave the way for further restrictions on the TAMEX card and likely the Redcard.
A new American Express Credit Card Sync deal is UBER.
By stacking 2 offers, it is possible to receive 33% off at Fairway Market!
At least 10 times this month, I’ve told Won’t Run that he should take advantage of the American Express 40% bonus for transfer of Membership Rewards to British Airways Avios. I emailed, I told him on the phone, and so on and so on. I even sent him links to blogs, with tutorials on how … Read More
Under the terms of the Platinum American Express Card, a cardholder is entitled to an annual $200 airline credit. So why did American Express insist that I was not entitled to this?
I don’t participate in every points and miles opportunity, but Small Business Saturday isn’t complicated and you don’t have to jump through many hoops. I think of it as a member recognition day of sorts. Thank you Amex! One day last week I pulled out my eligible American Express branded cards. There were seven. I … Read More