A new Amex Offer good at select technology providers dropped a few days ago which offers savings of 5-10% depending on which version of the offer you were targeted for – if you were targeted at all.
- There are several versions of a targeted technology providers Amex Offer:
- Spend $500+ in one or more transactions with select U.S. technology providers & get $40 back with an Amex Offer.
- Spend $2,000+ in one or more transactions with select U.S. technology providers & get $40 back with an Amex Offer.
- Spend $300+ in one or more transactions with select U.S. technology providers & get $30 back with an Amex Offer with a limit of 3 times.
- Spend $1,000+ in one or more transactions with select U.S. technology providers & get $90 back with an Amex Offer with a limit of 3 times.
- Expires January 31, 2021.
- Offer valid for purchases made directly with select U.S. technology providers.
- Select technology providers include Apple, CDW, Dell, HP, IBM, Intuit, Lenovo, Microsoft, Newegg, Oracle, Rackspace, Sage Software, Salesforce.com, Symantec, and Tiger Direct.
- Eligible transactions must be made in USD and at U.S. merchant locations or via U.S. versions of the merchant website.
- Excludes purchases made through a third-party, including authorized retailers or resellers and online marketplaces, or a third-party payment account.
This offer is highly targeted, with at least four different variations of it. I received the $500/$40 version of the offer on my Amex Gold card, but my wife didn’t receive it at all. My version only offers one statement credit, but at least two versions of the offer can be redeemed three times.
There’s a wide selection of eligible retailers you can shop at which could be particularly useful for upcoming Cyber Monday deals if you hadn’t already used this offer during Black Friday sales, so there should be something for everyone.
Even if you’re not interested in buying any tech products by the end of January, you could still use this Amex Offer to buy gift cards. Newegg will be the best option for many people seeing as they sell such a wide selection of third party gift cards online and often run deals on gift cards for additional savings.
Dell and Microsoft both sell Xbox gift cards, which could be particularly useful when Dell offers a discount on those gift cards. If you know you’ll be wanting to buy an HP laptop directly from HP a little later next year, you could always buy a gift card now to lock in some savings. It should also be possible to lock in the discount by buying gift cards directly from Apple.