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Dine with Resy and earn up to 1,500 Amex Membership Rewards Points

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Resy Origins

Resy started out as a premium reservations service and was founded in 2014 by Ben Leventhal, Michael Montero, and Gary Vaynerchuk. They were helping restaurants monetize their most premium tables and times. For example, you could pay $60 to secure a reservation at Minetta Tavern in NYC.

But while they made some inroads that way, it wasn’t scalable enough and soon they were working to unseat Opentable as the leader online reservations. For a long time, you were only seeing the most trendy restaurants on Resy, but gradually they have onboarded more and more mainstream restaurants.

This year, American Express acquired Resy and this is the first promotion designed at cementing the new merged company.

Make a Reservation with Resy and earn up to 1,500 Amex Membership Rewards points

Make a reservation at Resy restaurants nationwide from August 15 – September 30, 2019, dine and receive 500 Membership Rewards points, up to 3 times.

Here’s how to earn Membership Rewards points on your Resy dining experiences:

  1. Find and book your reservation(s) on Resy.com or the Resy app
  2. Add your American Express® Membership Rewards enrolled Card to your Resy profile before you dine
  3. Book and dine between August 15 – September 30, 2019 and receive additional points for up to 3 bookings

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