HOT! New Amex Offer, $75 Off $300 At Dell

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New Amex Offer, $75 Off $300 At Dell

A great new offer from Amex looks to be available in most of my accounts, but not all. It might be targeted for personal cards only, I didn’t see it in any business cards. So start with those first.

The Offer

Get a one-time $75 statement credit by using your enrolled Card to spend a minimum of $300+ in one or more transactions online at dell.com by 3/25/2017.

Key Terms

  • Not valid for e-gift card purchases. Excludes gift card purchases.
  • Not valid on purchases shipped outside the US, Puerto Rico, USVI and Guam.
  • Limit 1 statement credit(s) per American Express® online account.

How to Load

This offer can be loaded on the American Express app or website. It appears to be widely targeted and seemingly only shows up on personal card accounts. It cannot be loaded via Twitter or other social media at this time.

Related: Maximizing Amex Offers: Linking, Automating, Tracking & Scaling Up for Maximum Savings & Profit!

Conclusion

This is an amazing offer for purchases at Dell. Add it to your accounts right away if you’re interested.

Enjoy!


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7 COMMENTS

  1. “Not valid on gift cards.” So is this a reselling play? Or just “HOT!” for people who really like computers that barely work?

  2. Strange – this was actually released on February 10 but only just showed up on some of my cards now. I wonder if it was an extremely targeted promo before?

  3. I also don’t get why this is hot, if gift cards are specifically excluded? I don’t need anything from Dell, so not sure what’s the play here…

    • Some travel hackers generate points & miles via purchasing merchandise, and then they resell it (usually at a profit) on eBay, Amazon, etc.

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