In comparison to some of the pretty impressive AMEX offers we've been seeing lately this latest offer aimed at cardholders booking Delta flights is a little tame...but it's still nice to get free cash back for doing not very much at all!
American Express has been launching a number of lucrative offers of late and the latest one to drop into my online account is an offer that offers a 6,000 Membership Rewards points bonus when shopping online at GoPro.com.
Chase has a fantastic selection of miles & points cards for customers to select from and if you're a frequent flyer with Southwest or United or if you're a frequent guest at Hyatt, IHG or Marriott, their co-branded cards should still form an integral part of your credit card portfolio...but I'm now pretty clear in my mind that AMEX offers the better transferrable currency and that's a big part of why I find myself liking American Express more than ever.
We've seen a number of very good deals from American Express of late and on top of the fantastic offer for Air France/KLM bookings and the great offer on AT&T Business purchases (both of which are still available to cardholders who have been targeted) we now have a very nice discount available on bookings made with Cathay Pacific.
American Express Membership Rewards offers transfers to just three hotel loyalty programs and one of these is Marriott Bonvoy. Right now AMEX is offering a 30% bonus on all Membership Rewards points transferred over to Marriott by 31 October 2019 but this is a "deal" that almost everyone should be ignoring.
With all the recent offers we've been seeing it's a good time to be an American Express cardholder and now AMEX has come out and targeted me (and presumably a whole lot of other cardholders) for another great offer which can help rake in a LOT of Membership Rewards points - up to 20,000 Membership Rewards points to be precise.
In the past few months I've been getting a lot of love from American Express with great offers for bonus Membership Rewards points and tempting targeted offers to apply for its Business Platinum Card and its Business Gold Card. Now, possibly because I haven't taken up the Platinum or Gold card offers, American Express is back with an offer for the Blue Business Plus Credit Card.
Hot on the heels of a truly fantastic offer for travel on Air France American Express is now targeting some of its cardholders for a very nice deal at select Waldorf Astoria and Conrad properties around the world.
Back in June American Express announced a number of changes to its card offerings and Membership rewards which were to be phased in over a number of months. The key change to the Gold Card from American Express kicked in on 6 June but the main changes to Membership Rewards only came into effect over the weekend and a further change is coming at the end of the month - here's what you need to know.
AMEX has published a truly fantactic offer for flights with Air France/KLM in which targeted cardholders can earn 20,000 Membership Rewards points for bookings made by 31 October 2019.