American Express has released a brand new Amex Offer tonight that you will want to register for as soon as possible. Let’s take a look at the deal for purchases at Amazon.com!
Get a one-time $15 statement credit by using your enrolled Card to spend a total of $60 or more online at Amazon.com by 12/31/2015.
Offer valid only for purchases made directly at Amazon.com or smile.amazon.com. Offer valid only for purchases made with the US Dollar. Offer not valid for purchases made with foreign currencies. Purchases made through other merchants or third party sites using “Checkout by Amazon” or other Amazon payment methods do not qualify for this offer. Not valid at international or non-English versions of Amazon.com or websites affiliated with/linked to from Amazon.com. Also excludes Corporate gift Cards, Amazon Fresh, Amazon Local, Amazon Home Services, Amazon Mechanical Turk, Amazon Web Services, Amazon Supply, Amazon Local Register, Amazon Coins, Kindle Direct Publishing, Go-Go and Amazon Payments. Must add offer to Card and use same Card for one or more transactions in order to redeem. In order to receive your statement credit, all qualifying purchases must ship on or before 12/31/15.
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As of the time of publishing, this offer is not available via Twitter and can only be found on the American Express website. I found it listed on all of my accounts, so it doesn’t appear to be targeted. Just like the Staples deal last week, I expect this to hit capacity quickly. I wouldn’t be surprised if this is dead in the next hour or two.
This offer should work for just about anything sold by Amazon.com including Amazon gift cards and third party merchant gift cards. I can think of a ton of great uses for this offer which basically gives you 25% off anything sold by Amazon.
This is a great offer and you should stop reading this post and load it now! It won’t last long based on what has happened with similar deals in the past. Happy loading!
HT: ‘Dem Flyers on Twitter
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