(EXPIRED) $15 / 1500 points back on $50 at 1800Flowers (stack with 30% back today)

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There’s a new Amex Offer out that’s good for $15 back or 1,500 Membership Rewards points when you spend $50 or more at 1800Flowers.com. The timing on that is good because: A) It’s almost Mother’s Day and B) You may be able to get 30% back via Ebates today (or alternatively 30x Membership Rewards points). That makes for a nice little stack.

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The Deal

  • Get $15 back when you spend $50 or more at 1-800-Flowers with a new Amex Offer

Key Details

  • Expires 6/30/19
  • Should be able to load and use one of the statement credit version and one of the Membership Rewards version on different cards.

Quick Thoughts

Today makes for a nice convergence of deals since you could stack this money back with 30% back from the Ebates portal — or 30x Membership Rewards points (which is valid at the time of writing, on Monday, 5/6/19). In the end, that’s like a total of $30 or 3K points back on 50 if you stack cash/cash or points/points. Keep in mind that once you click through Ebates to 1800Flowers, you can order from one of the other 1800Flowers brands (like Harry & David, Sherri’s Berries, etc) and in our experience you will still earn the rewards from the portal you clicked through. Just be sure to click through and then shop and checkout in one session.

Also keep in mind that in lieu of the Ebates rewards, you can use an airline promo code that awards miles, but you can’t stack both.

Overall, not a bad deal if you’re ordering flowers or gifts. It’s possible that the Ebates 30% back may only be valid today.

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