Amex Offers Roundup Including New Offers for Home Depot & Whole Foods

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American Express has released a couple of new Amex Offers. Combined with a few amazing offers that are still around, there are some good deals to be had. Here is a small roundup:

Sam’s Club & Smart & Final

We covered the Sam’s Club Amex Offer & the Smart & Final Amex Offer in their own Quick Deals. This is just a reminder that they are still available via Twitter and have not yet met their redemption limits.

Home Depot

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The Offer: Get a $15 statement credit on a $75 or more purchase in-store or online through 6/15/15.

Key Terms: All gift card purchases made online, gift cards sold by third parties and corporate gift cards are excluded.

This offer is widely available on the American Express website and can also be loaded via Twitter by tweeting #AmexHomeDepot. You can find the full terms here.

Whole Foods Market

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The Offer: Get a $10 statement credit on a $75 or more purchase in-store or online through 7/17/15.

Key Terms: Not valid for e-gift card purchases. Gift cards purchased online, phone orders for gift cards and Gift card reloads are excluded.

This offer is also widely available on the American Express website and can be loaded via Twitter by tweeting #AmexWFM as well. You can find the full terms here.

American Express Gift Card

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There is also a targeted offer for American Express gift cards. This offer gives a $10 statement credit on a $200 or more purchase through 7/31/15. Unfortunately it can only be found on the American Express website and is targeted.

Additional Offers

  • $30 credit with $150 purchase at Hilton Garden Inn – Tweet #AmexHGI – Full terms
  • $20 credit with $100 purchase at Jetsetter – Tweet #AmexJetsetter – Full terms

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  1. Do those terms mean that if you actually go into a store and buy a Visa Gift Card that they’re going to go through the purchase data and not give you a credit??

    • They aren’t really excluding gift card purchases in-store. In most cases the gift card purchases are excluded online. Which part of the terms are you referring to?

      • “gift cards sold by third parties”. Generally when using a comma delimited list, it would indicate a seperate instance. Since it already incorporates “all gift card purchaes made online”, then is delimited by a comma, one would infer that they are smart (i know, big assumption) and are not referring to the same exact exclusion mentioned right before the comma.

        I know in the past these usually work for buying VGC’s in store…but that wording throws me off. Unless, thinking about it in further depth, are they referring to buying a Home Depot gift card at, say, Staples??

      • Either way, I fully plan to go during lunch and purchase 3, $100 visa gift cards (unless they sell $200 now)

  2. Hey Shawn,
    On the S&F AMEX deal, if I’ve already used it 3x via AMEX account–can I added through Twitter again and do another 3x on same Amex account?

    • No you can only get the credits 3 times no matter how you register for the offer.

  3. FYI, went into Home Depot today and bought 3x $100 VGC’s with the goal of splitting payment on 4 AMEX cards. Got the “Congrats you’ve used your offer!” email from AMEX on all 3 cards…yes, 3, because the cashier at Home Depot is stupid and put the balance on the 3rd card. Loss of $15!! She should owe me lunch…

  4. FYI, Went to Whole Foods. They only sell their gift cards. Did the 75 and got an immediate confirmation from AMEX. Next up HD.

  5. i know the terms say gift cards online won’t work. But what about for an actual HD gift card? Anyone try?

  6. Spent $40 on groceries at WFM and loaded $35 to one of their gift cards that lets you choose how much you want to put on it. Got the ‘Congrats you’ve used your offer’ email.

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