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On the heels of the new Amex Offers for 5X points on Shipping, Wireless, Advertising, Gas, and Office Supplies with the Amex Business Platinum, I found this offer on my Blue Business Plus credit card.

The offer is for $25 back on purchases of $500 or more up to 10 times by June 30, 2021.

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I find it interesting that even though I got it on my Blue Business Plus, which earns Membership Rewards, the offer is for a cash credit rather than, for example, 2,500 points each time. I have to imagine that those with the American Express Blue Business Cash Card (which earns the same 2% as the BBP, but in cash) got the same offer.

This will be a pretty easy one for me, with my office rent already going on the card monthly. I put most non-bonused spend on the card anyway.

Did you get this offer? On which card(s)?

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