Two weeks remain in January. This is especially important for cardholders of the personal/consumer Platinum Card from American Express, the Business Platinum Card from American Express, and personal/consumer American Express Gold Card.
Why? Because this month is when existing cardholders may change their preferred airline for their card’s (or cards’) annual airline incidental credit. (New cardmembers applying later in the year can select their airline upon receiving their card.)
Which cards get how much credit each year? Does every airline participate? What charges are eligible? Let’s tackle those questions!
American Express cardholders: Wondering about dinner tonight? Check your Amex Offers for this Cheesecake Factory opportunity — especially if you hold the American Express Gold Card.
Just in time for the weekend! The monthly Uber Cash deposits are available for Platinum Card from American Express cardholders and $10 food credits are ready for American Express Gold card members!
American Express Gold card members: check your email for an offer to receive up to 20,000 Membership Rewards points for adding users to your account.
Just a quick, friendly reminder to Amex Platinum and Amex Gold cardholders that their monthly credits are now available!
Need some luggage, a laptop case, or backpack for the upcoming school year? Check your Amex cards for an eBags Amex Offer — and stack with cashback portals!
Monday’s post about airline gift cards no longer (reliably) crediting back as part of Amex Platinum and Amex Gold airline incidentals wasn’t happy news for most people.
UN-CONFIRMED: Buying Delta Gift Cards for Amex Platinum Cards Now DEAD?! What Still Works for Delta Flyers Yearly $200 Travel Credit Reimbursements.