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We recently published a list of Amex Offers that was focused on travel. Click here for that entry. I just found this new offer with Delta.
What’s the deal
- Spend $800 or more with Delta, get $160 back
- One-time $160 will be received via statement credit
- Transactions are good through 10/8/2018
- Flight must originate in the US and purchase must be in US dollars.
- See Offer Terms below for other guidelines and restrictions
How do you check for Amex Offers
You can check these from your desktop computer (scroll down under Recent Transactions and you’ll see Amex offers and benefits), or using your smartphone, once you’re in the Amex app, you’ll see Offers in the bottom of the screen.
[SEE ALSO: How to sync multiple Amex Offers ]
Key things to know about Amex Offers
- Amex offers are targeted offers, if someone has an offer you didn’t get, you can’t call Amex to request the offer be added to yours
- If interested in using an offer, you have to click Add to Card
- Follow the instructions, restrictions do apply (expiration date, what you can or cannot buy, places where you can or cannot use the offer)
- Offers come in a form of credit or in some cases, additional Amex Membership Rewards Bonus (could be found on cards that offer MRs)
- Credits or bonuses don’t always post immediately, some could take weeks. Read the details of the offer.
So before you make any travel plans, make sure to check your Amex Offers. And if your travels happen to be with Delta, here’s your chance to get a one-time $160 credit for purchases of $800 or more.
Will you be taking advantage of this offer? Good luck!
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