(EXPIRED) Buy $50 Hotels.com Gift Card & Get $10 Back With Amex Offer

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There’s a new (and possibly targeted) Amex Offer out giving $10 back when buying a $50 Hotels.com gift card.

Hotels Gift Card

The Deal

  • Buy $50+ Hotels.com gift card & get $10 back with an Amex Offer.

Key Terms

  • Expires November 30, 2021.
  • Offer valid only on physical or digital (eGift) Hotels.com gift cards purchased through US website hotels.com/giftcards.
  • Valid only on purchases made in US dollars.
  • Excludes Gift Registry, Corporate/Bulk gift cards and all other purchases on hotels.com.
  • Only one gift card allowed per booking on Hotels.com.

Hotelsdotcom Gift Card Amex Offer Spend $50 Get $10

Quick Thoughts

Hotels.com gift card Amex Offers used to be available almost constantly; when one expired, another one would appear. Back in the day, it was possible to use the multi-tab trick to load the offer to each of your Amex cards. If you had a Player 2 and you were authorized users on each other’s cards and you each had several Amex cards, you could stock up on $1,000 or more of Hotels.com gift cards between you at a 20% discount. Although you can only redeem one gift card per booking, Hotels.com lets you combine gift card balances, so you weren’t stuck with a bunch of $50 cards.

These Hotels.com Amex Offers aren’t as useful anymore seeing as you can only load the offers to one of your cards nowadays, but it’s still a nice way to save 20% on a $50 gift card. Hopefully this type of offer becomes commonplace again, in which case you could get another gift card every couple of months.

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Is there any trick to get this to show up on a card it wasn’t initially targeted for, like you did for the Hilton offer?