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Amex Cash Magnet to Blue Cash Preferred (Targeted)

Update 6/24/20: The offer is back and available until July 23rd. Original Post: 3/20/20: With the updated Green card, I would say that the Cash Magnet from American Express is …

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American Express Centurion Cardholders Get Huge Credits Back

When it comes to flexing, there is no better way to do it than with the Centurion card from American Express. The Centurion card is known by people even outside …

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Amex Delta Cards Appreciation Credit

We recently wrote about American Express offering business credit cards some sort of appreciate credit for its card holders. This would be for cards that have an annual fee, and …

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Amex Adding In $200 Travel Credit for Platinum Cardholders

American Express is doing the very most when it comes to taking care of its cardholders. This is apparent in the way they have been offering both statement credits and even appreciation credits to its cardholders that have a high annual fee. Well, it looks like they are providing even…

Amex Sending “Annual Fee Appreciation Credit” for Business Cards

When to comes to the company most impacted by travel related credit cards with high annual fees, American Express takes the cake. They just have so many cards in this threshold, both on the person and business side. I think they know if they don’t do something, they will be…
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Amex Clawing Back Credits Where Airline Refunded Merchant

I’ve come to learn that one of my least favorite things to report on is bad news in the credit card game. But not just bad news in general, but news in the form of American Express and its clawbacks. While sure, often times it seems fair that American Express…

Amex Adding in Temporary Benefits to Its Cards

Well, well, well, it looks like Marriott wasn’t the only one that was thinking about adding some benefits to its credit cards in a time when spending was down. While Marriott has a pretty limited type of credit card, American Express as a whole is much more diversified; and their…
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Marriott Cards Adding 6x Points to Grocery Stores

As the holder of a travel related credit card, what do you when you aren’t able to travel right now? Without those travel related benefits, does the travel orientated credit card still make sense? Honestly, most of them don’t. So, what is Marriott doing? Well, giving you an extra incentive…

Canadian and U.K. Amex Platinum Cardholders Getting Increased Cash Redemption

Typically speaking, one of the best rules to follow when it comes to travel credit cards is to never redeem your points for cash/statement credit. While some issuers at least give you a 1:1 redemption, American Express has typically been the worst with this sort of thing. It’s not surprising…

Possibly New Amex Rule Limits Number of Charge Cards to 10?

One of the most fundamental rules of American Express has to do with the total number of credit cards an individual can have. This rule has presented a little dilemma for me personally, as I could see myself getting up to 7 different American Express credit cards, and the limit…

Amex Adds Ability to Request a Centurion Card

When it comes to ultimate credit cards, people always think of the Black card from American Express. The Black card is the invitation only credit card that requires you spend a huge amount of money within a year just to get an invitation. Let alone the crazy price to get…

Amex Extends Sign Up Bonus Requirements for 3 Months

If you signed up for an American Express card before the coronavirus was in full  swing, it would be understandable that your spending is severely limited. Even if you had every intention of spending a ton of money, with many people losing their jobs, and with shutdowns being very prevalent,…

Amex Offering Some $15 Credit for Uber Rides

When it comes to the top tier travel related credit cards, the Platinum card from American Express is the most dependent on the travel related credits to justif its annual fee. The Platinum card has airline incidental credits and Uber credits. Together, those make up $400 of the Platinum’s $550…
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