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New Amex Offers: Amazon, JetBlue, Leading Hotels of the World

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If you have an American Express credit card, it’s work checking the “Offers” section of your online credit card account. Of course, not everyone will be targeted for all of these, but you are likely to have at least 1 or two.  These are available on all American Express credit cards.

Amex Offer: +4 Membership Rewards Points Per Dollar at Amazon

First, you can register to get 4 extra Membership Rewards points at Amazon, up to 1,500 bonus points. I got this offer on my American Express Gold Card.

Note that you can do better on Amazon with a Chase Ink Business Cash card as you can buy Amazon gift cards at Staples or Office Depot and earn 5X Chase Ultimate Rewards points on that card for an office supply store purchase.

(Note: I’ve written about that before. See Using the Chase Ink Business Cash credit card for 7.5% or more off of just about anything)

Next, you can get $60 off $300 at the Leading Hotels of the World group of hotels.

I had this offer on my Blue Business Plus Credit Card from American Express (which also earns 2X Membership Rewards on everything, on up to $50,000 a year).

And finally, a pretty huge Amex offer for JetBlue Vacations

This was on my Amex Gold Card.

$400 off $1,500 is pretty amazing if you were thinking about a vacation package (JetBlue flight + hotel) through JetBlue.

 

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