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Please note the McDonald’s offer is no longer availble for Amex cardholders to register.
Amex Offers are a great way for American Express cardholders to get some extra (and easy) savings.
Recently, we saw a great offer at Marriott Bonvoy properties, where you could save $60 when you spent $300 or more (sadly, it appears the card limit was reached rather quickly on this offer). Today we have 2 new offers that recently caught our eye.
To find out more about how Amex Offers works, you can visit this page. And to see a listing of current offers, you can find them here. Please note that not all Amex cards may have access to these offers.
So if either of these offers interest you, act quick because they may not be available for long. Once the card registration limit has been reached, the offers will no longer be available for other cards to register.
McDonald’s Amex offer
First up is an offer from McDonald’s.
Simply spend $10 and get $5 back as a statement credit. To top it off, you can get this offer twice.
That’s some great savings – up to 50% actually. It’s an easy offer to take advantage of.
There are 40,000 Amex credit card numbers that are able to register for this offer. Purchases must be completed by December 15, 2019.
Bonus Amex offer: $10 credit on your cell phone bill
But that’s not the only offer that caught our eye – Amex is also giving you the chance to save on your cell phone bill.
Simply make 3 payments of at least $30 towards your cell phone bill by March 31, 2020, and you’ll get a one time $10 statement credit.
This offer is available to the first 50,000 Amex cards that register. Register by December 31, 2019 to be eligible.
American Express credit cards
If you don’t have an American Express card, and want to take advantage of these offers in the future…here are some of our favourites.
And yes, Scotiabank Amex cards are also eligible for Amex Offers.
|Amex Credit Card||Welcome Bonus||Earn Rates||Annual Fee||Apply Now|
|American Express Cobalt||Up to 30,000 points (terms)||* 5 points per $1 on groceries and restaurants
* 2 points per $1 on gas, transit, and travel
* 1 point per $1 on all other purchases
|$120, charged out as $10 per month||Apply Now|
|Marriott Bonvoy American Express||50,000 points (terms)||* 5 points per $1 spent at Marriott properties
* 2 points per $1 on all other purchases
|American Express SimplyCash Preferred||5% cash back for the first 6 months (terms)||* 2% cash back on all purchases||$99||Apply Now|
|Scotiabank Gold American Express||Up to 30,000 points (terms)||* 5 points per $1 on groceries, restaurants, and entertainment
* 3 points per $1 on gas, transit, and select streaming services
* 1 point per $1 on all other purchases
Earn up to 5 Amex Membership rewards points per $1 spent on your purchases. And, with a Membership Rewards point worth up to 1.75 cents each, that means you could get a return of up to 8.75% on the food you buy.
For free hotel nights, you’ll want to look at the
You’ll earn 5 Marriott Bonvoy points per $1 spent on your stay, and earn 2 points per $1 on all other purchases.
Throw in a 50,000 point welcome bonus and an annual free night certificate, and it’s the perfect card for staying for free at Marriott properties.
If cash back is your preference for rewards, than the
Earn 2% cash back on every purchase you make – no complicated categories or tiers to navigate. Plus you’ll get 5% cash back on the first $6,000 spent in the first 6 months.
If you want a Scotiabank Amex card, your best choice is the
Earn up to 5 Scotia Rewards points on your purchases, plus a welcome bonus worth up to 30,000 points. When redeemed for travel, each point is worth 1 cent, giving you a return of up to 5%.
Not to mention this card has no foreign transaction fees, saving you 2.5% on purchases made in a currency other than CAD.
These are a couple of great offers, and are relatively easy to take advantage of.
But what do you think of them?
If you don’t have an Amex card, are they more likely to get you to sign up for one?
Let us know in the comments below.