Terrific Gold card offer: 60K plus up to $250 back


Earlier this evening, we reported on an amazing offer on the Amex Platinum card via restaurant reservation website Resy. At the same site, they have a terrific offer on the Amex Gold card that would ordinarily be huge news if not for the way the Platinum offer stole the show. Nonetheless, if you’re eligible for this offer (and particularly if you’re not eligible for the Platinum offer), this is probably as good as it gets on this card.

The Offer & Key Card Details

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Card Offer and Details
75K Points + 20% back on dining ⓘ Non-Affiliate
75K points after $6K in purchases in the first 6 months + 20% back on dining for 12months ($250 maximum total cashback). Terms apply. (Rates & Fees)
$250 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.
Recent better offer: 90K after $4K in the first 6 months + 20% back at restaurants for the first 12 months up to $250 back [Expired 6/8/22]
FM Mini Review: This card offers an awesome return on US supermarket and worldwide dining spend, putting it at or near the top-of-class in both categories. Dining credits and Uber / Uber Eats credits go a long way towards reducing the sting of this card's annual fee.
Earning rate: 3X points for flights booked with airlines or on amextravel.com ✦ 4x points at US Supermarkets (up to $25K in purchases, then 1x) ✦ 4x at restaurants worldwide ✦ 1X points on other purchases. Terms apply. (Rates & Fees)
Base: 1X (1.55%)
Travel: 3X (4.65%)
Dine: 4X (6.2%)
Grocery: 4X (6.2%)
Card Info: Amex Pay Over Time Card issued by Amex. This card has no foreign transaction fees.
Noteworthy perks: Up to $10 in statement credits monthly with participating dining partners (Goldbelly, Wine.com, Milk Bar, Shake Shack, Seamless/Grubhub, Cheesecake Factory) ✦ $10 monthly Uber or Uber Eats credit (use it or lose it each month) ✦ $100 hotel credit on qualifying charges on stays of 2 nights or longer, plus a room upgrade upon arrival, if available with The Hotel Collection at americanexpress.com/hc ✦ Enrollment required for select benefits.

Quick Thoughts

The Gold card offer above, between the introductory bonus points and the restaurant statement credits, is terrific and the best we’ve seen since the card was revamped with its US Supermarket and restaurant bonus categories a couple of years ago. If you’re eligible, it is undoubtedly worth a look and would be the headline here if not for the Platinum card offer.

We have previously seen an offer for this many bonus points or an offer including the statement credits and fewer bonus points. Combining both the bonus points and the statement credit makes this an excellent deal.

And it’s even better if you consider that, as we’ve previously reported, the Gold card will carry both the $100 airline incidental fee credit next year (before it is eliminated in 2022) and its replacement, up to $120 in Uber or Uber Eats credits ($10 monthly). The card also has a $10 per month credit good at GrubHub / Seamless or at The Cheesecake Factory, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Shake Shack, or Boxed.com. In the first 12 months, it would be possible to get up to $320 in those existing statement credits plus an additional $250 in restaurant statement credits with qualifying purchases. That’s a fantastic value for the annual fee. Adding the highest number of points we’ve seen on this card since it was revamped with new bonus categories a couple of years ago makes this an excellent offer.

I’m still more excited by the Platinum card offer that we reported earlier, but on any day when that offer didn’t come out, this one would likely be the major headline of the day. Considering that we also reported big new offers on the Ink cards earlier today, it certainly seems like competition for customers is heating up amongst the major banks.

H/T: Danny the Deal Guru

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