OPEN Savings Program is Replaced by American Express ‘Do More Business’

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OPEN Savings Program is Replaced by American Express Do More Business

American Express ended its OPEN Savings Program at the beginning of this month and has replaced it with a new program called “Do More Business”. The new program is basically Amex Offers that will show only on American Express business credit cards.

Amex “Do More Business”

American Express sent out the following notice to announce the new program:

Beginning June 1, American Express is bringing you the next evolution in business savings by adding a wider variety of relevant offers to Amex Offers for your business. With valuable offers from existing partners like FedEx to exciting new offers from Staples, Dell, and ExxonMobil™, you can take advantage of more opportunities to save 5%-10% or more on business expenses.

We already saw some of these offers earlier this week. You can save 10% at the stores mentioned above. And these offers have higher maximum savings than the ones we often see on personal cards.

There’s a direct link to this offers which should help if you don’t see them in your card accounts. Log into your business credit card account online and then visit this link.

Conclusion

This is a good start for this “Do More Business” program. The initial Amex Offers they released are some of the best we have seen recently and useful to many people who have business cards.

HT: Doctor of Credit

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