When the American Express Gold card went through its refresh, it did away with its airline fee credit in favor of dining credits. I wasn’t a fan of the airline fee credit as AMEX kept chipping away at how you could use it until it became useless for many cardholders. Fortunately, American Express doesn’t make it very difficult to claim your new $20 in credits every month.
To claim your $10 monthly credit with Uber, you have to add your Gold Card to your Uber account. As soon as I did, the $10 of Uber Cash was added to my account.
You can use the money to pay for an Uber ride, order food (or even bottles of alcohol) from Uber Eats. This month, I used my money to order from Jersey Mike’s subs, which is the closest to an NJ sub sandwich I can get in Florida.
The $10 monthly dining credit works much like any other AMEX Offer but you don’t have to register for it.
Last month, I wasn’t planning on any dining expenses so I put in an order from BOXED, which qualifies for the offer.
This month, I bought lunch for my co-workers, which I ordered through Grubhub. They picked Panda Express, not me.
If I can take advantage of the $20 a month in credits, it will almost pay for the $250 annual fee. I hope that I don’t have to eat Panda Express every month to use my credits.
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