Today Cardless has announced a new credit card, the Simon® American Express® Credit Card from Cardless. This card will have increased earnings at Simon Malls, Mills, and Premium Outlets locations. While I imagine there will be limits to its use and we don’t yet know exactly what the earnings will be (rather just that they will be “up to” either 3% or 5% back), this could nonetheless be interesting for those who do a lot of shopping at Simon Malls.
The Offer & Key Card Details
|Card Offer and Details
No Welcome Bonus ⓘ Non-Affiliate
This card currently features no welcome offer, but it does offer 5% back on up to $10K in purchases per year at Simon Malls, Simon Mills, and Simon Premium Outlets. No Annual Fee
Information about this card has been collected independently by Frequent Miler. The issuer did not provide the details, nor is it responsible for their accuracy.
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Earning rate: 5% back at at every store at every Simon Mall, Mills, or Premium Outlet in the U.S. Use your card 5 times each statement period to earn Rewards. ✦ 1% back on all other purchases.
Card Info: American Express issued by FEB. This card has no foreign currency conversion fees.
As noted above, the earnings on this card are a bit vague. The press release notes that cardholders will earn “up to 3 percent back” on all eligible purchases made at Simon
destinations and “up to 5 percent back” on eligible purchases at participating Simon destination retailers, along with select online purchases. I’m not entirely sure which purchases will qualify for 3% back or 5% back and/or what other lesser earn rates may apply to purchases that don’t receive the full 3% or 5% back rates.
Still, this could work out to be a good deal for whichever purchases qualify for 3% or 5% back for those who shop at Simon Malls often. Particularly in instances where you may be able to stack card-linked offers, it could make in-store purchases nicely rewarding in some cases.
I highly doubt that this card will offer a bonus on gift card purchased at guest services, particularly since this card is an Amex and Amex has prevented earnings on gift card purchases at Simon for a few years already. I would love to be wrong, but I wouldn’t expect this card to earn a bonus (and wouldn’t be surprised if it earns no rewards on such purchases).
Overall, this card could be interesting for shopaholics who prefer shopping in-person.