(EXPIRED) Goldbelly Amex Offer: Spend $75 & get $30 back (stack with $10 Amex Gold benefit, $15 new customer discount & shopping portal)

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There’s a new Goldbelly Amex Offer out today giving $30 back when spending $75. That’s a decent deal in and of itself, but gets even better if you stack it with the Amex Gold dining benefit, a new customer discount and rewards through a shopping portal.

Goldbelly Amex Offer spend $75 get $30

The Deal

  • Spend $75+ in one or more transactions with Goldbelly & get $30 back with an Amex Offer.

Key Terms

  • Expires December 31, 2023.
  • Offer valid online only at US website goldbelly.com or through the merchant mobile app.
  • Valid only on purchases made in US dollars.

Quick Thoughts

If you’re not familiar with Goldbelly, it’s a platform where food companies and restaurants around the country can sell their delicacies.

Goldbelly food options

As you can see from the screenshot above, food options don’t necessarily come cheap. To be fair though, $195.95 for 8 lobster rolls is much cheaper than what was being charged for our lobster rolls when we were in Maine last month even if they were fresh rather than frozen.

Anyway, $30 back on $75 spend is a generous Amex Offer, but your savings can get even better. If you have an Amex Gold card, one of its benefits is a $10 per month dining credit which can be used at a number of restaurants and online food and beverage companies. One of the eligible companies is Goldbelly, so if you load this Amex Offer to your Amex Gold card you’d get a total of $40 back when spending $75.

That’s not all though. Goldbelly gives new customers $15 off their first order by entering your email, plus you can earn cashback/rewards through a shopping portal.

All that delicious stackage can make for a decent deal. For example, if you don’t want to have the hassle of cooking a turkey for Thanksgiving this year, you could order a whole smoked turkey breast from Joe’s KC BBQ for $94.99. The $15 new customer discount will reduce that to $79.99. That still puts you above the $75 spending threshold to trigger the Amex Offer, so that’ll give you an extra $30 off for a net cost of $49.99. If you also get the $10 Amex Gold dining benefit that makes it $39.99. Add in a little extra cashback from a shopping portal and 4x Membership Rewards on an Amex Gold card and there’s the makings of a great deal.

Something else that should be noted is that Goldbelly sells eGift cards which, as far as I’m aware, trigger the dining credit on the Amex Gold card. That leads me to believe that you could buy a $75 Goldbelly gift card to lock in the savings from this Amex Offer for future use if you don’t need to place a Goldbelly order before it expires.

Now, if only I could get Byrd’s Cookies to sell their wares on Goldbelly again…

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Joe Bleaux

Not seeing the offer on any of my seven AMEX cards, including one gold card.


I didn’t get this offer on my Amex Gold. Is this a targeted offer?

Joe Bleaux

you could buy a $75 Goldbelly gift card to lock in the savings”

If you do that AND apply the $15 discount for new customers (as in your first example), you’ll be at $60 and won’t qualify for the $30 statement credit. A $90 gift card would be the better option if one wishes to stack all available savings.

Joe Bleaux

Can anyone verify that a $75+ gift card will trigger the $10 Goldbelly credit on the AMEX gold card?

Joe Bleaux

According to a 2022 article by The Points Guy, purchases of Goldbelly merch and gift cards will not trigger the $10 dining rewards credit.


Scott Smith

I bought a $10 Goldbelly gift card last month and received the $10 dining credit a few days later.


The shipping fees alone make it not worth it to shop from Goldbelly.

Joe Bleaux

The site contains dozens of items that ship for free. You can also search only for items that ship for free.