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AMEX Is Giving Me $10 For Using Apple Pay (Targeted)

by joeheg

If you have an American Express card, hopefully you know about AMEX Offers. This is a program where you can sign up for offers to earn extra cash back or bonus points. The offers can either be narrowly targeted or widely available.

In addition to these moneymakers, AMEX sometimes sends out offers directly to cardholders to change their habits. I just received one of these offers, so make sure to check your email box.

Add your card to Apple Pay and start earning rewards. Get a one-time $10 statement credit by using your enrolled card to make three purchases using Apple Pay on your eligible mobile device by 11/23/2020. It’s a safe and easy way to make contactless payments with your phone, tablet, or smart watch. See terms of exclusions.

I received this offer on my American Express Bonvoy card.  I immediately added the card to my Apple Pay account.

On a side note, I still find it strange that AMEX came up with a unique design for a card that no one can sign up for.

I have to use this card with my Apple Pay three times in the next month and I’ll get $10. This card’s annual fee is $95 and I get a free night at a Marriott up to 35,000 points every year.

Easy Peasy. Thanks for the Hamilton, AMEX.

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