The entry-level Hilton Honors Credit Card from American Express doesn't get a lot of attention because it's a simple card that doesn't offer any amazing or eye-catching benefits. That, however, doesn't mean this is a card you should ignore. With a great welcome offer and no annual fee, this can be a fantastic starter card for anyone new to the miles and points game or a great backup card for infrequent visitors to Hilton properties worldwide.
Back in October 2020, Amex expanded its partnership with Uber to give holders of the Platinum Card® from American Express, the American Express® Gold Card, and the American Express® Green Card a free Uber Eats Pass membership as a limited-time benefit. Well, at the end of this month that limited time is up so eligible cardholders have just a few weeks in which to lock in a free 12-month Uber Eats Pass before the opportunity goes away.
There's aren't many credit cards that I consider to be "must-have" cards for any serious miles and points fan but the Blue Business Plus Credit Card from American Express is definitely one of them. This card comes with no annual fee and is one of the more rewarding cards you'll find for spending in non-bonused categories.
The Blue Business® Plus Credit Card from American Express is a card that I have, is a card that I hold in high regard and is a card that I think a lot of miles and points fans should be using, and if you don't already hold the Blue Business Plus card in your wallet, a targeted offer that Amex is currently running may be enough to persuade you to add it to your collection.
The Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express is one of the best cash back cards that American Express issues (I could make a strong argument for it being *the* best cash back card from Amex) and today has seen a new version of the card join the American Express portfolio - the Morgan Stanley Blue Cash® Preferred American Express Card.
The Platinum Card® from American Express has seen a few new benefits added this year (in exchange for an increased annual fee) so in this post, I've updated the benefits offered to primary cardholders and I'll show just how many of those benefits (new and old) can be used by any of the authorized users that a cardholder has chosen to add.
Today has seen the Business Platinum Card® from American Express relaunched with, what Amex says are new benefits in top business spending categories, differentiated services, and travel perks. It has also been relaunched alongside news that the card's annual fee is increasing to $695 next year so anyone who already holds the Business Platinum card should take a close look at these changes to see how they affect the value they get from the card.
A wide variety of cards offer bonuses or cash back for spending on dining, takeouts, and food delivery services, so I've pulled together a selection of five cards that I think offer some of the best returns available on dining expenditure. With no-annual-fee cards sharing this list with ultra-Premium cards, there should be a card that fits most people's wallets in this selection.
American Express has just announced that the Platinum Card® from American Express now comes with two new added benefits which it says will provide card members more value on their everyday and lifestyle purchases. The new benefits revolve around Walmart+ and SoulCycle and go into effect immediately.
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.