American Express issues three personal co-branded Delta credit cards that all have their own merits, but each card is very clearly geared to a different type of flyer and for frequent Delta flyers there's really only one personal Delta card that should be in their wallet - the Delta SkyMiles Reserve American Express card.
Today has seen American Express publish limited-time offers on all three of its Delta SkyMiles co-branded business credit cards and with the bonuses now ranging from 70,000 to 90,000 miles, with all three cards offering statement credits, with two cards offering bonus Medallion Qualifying Miles, and with one card waiving its annual fee, this may be a good time to see if one of these cards would work in your wallet.
American Express has launched new welcome offers on three of its four Delta SkyMiles co-branded consumer credit cards with between 70,000 and 90,000 bonus miles available - depending on which card you apply for - and bonus Medallion Qualification Miles are on offer too. All application links now appear to be live and these offers will be available through 10 November 2021.
Back in July, American Express announced new spending bonuses aimed at holders of the two consumer Marriott Bonvoy cards that it curates. The bonuses have now been available for almost two months and can continue to be earned through the end of September, but if you haven't enrolled your card(s) yet, you have just days left to take part.
The Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™ American Express® Card is the top Marriott credit card on the market and it offers a variety of excellent benefits in return for a $450 annual fee. To some, that annual fee may sound a little high, but if you’re someone who stays with Marriott more than once or twice a year, this card's benefits can easily make that fee more than worthwhile.
Up until a year ago, the Marriott Bonvoy Business American Express Card was just another co-branded business credit card that offered a good earning rate at Marriott properties and a few good benefits too. Then, in late March 2020, came a small but key policy change that made the Marriott Bonvoy Business Card an invaluable tool for anyone seeking easy Marriott Bonvoy status.
The American Express Gold Card is a key card in Amex's Membership Rewards ecosystem as it offers the best earning rates out of any American Express card in select major spending categories. It's a card that offers valuable benefits that help cardholders offset the annual fee, and with the currency that it earns being transferable to an impressive variety of airline and hotel loyalty programs, it's a card that can help cardholders make significant savings on aspirational travel bookings.
Coming just ten days after launching two offers for savings at five different Hilton brands, Amex is back with another offer for Hilton loyalists. This time, the targeted offer features three of Hilton's higher-end brands and as it runs through to the end of the year, there's plenty of time for cardholders to lock in the savings on offer.
To get the most out of a miles or points balance takes work and often quite a bit of effort. People with busy lives and families to look after generally don't have the time or energy to deal with all of that and this a big reason why cash back credit cards are so incredibly popular and why the Blue Cash Preferred Card is a card that would work well in most wallets.
The Blue Business® Plus Credit Card From American Express is a favorite card of mine and it's a card that rarely leaves my wallet. Now and a little unusually, this card is awarding new cardholders a 15,000 point welcome bonus when they meet a set spending target in the first three months of card membership at that just makes an already great card even better.