New Amex Offer: Spend $200 at AT&T, get 2K Membership Rewards points up to three times

American Express is out with a great new Amex Offer at AT&T that can be repeated up to three times per offer.

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The Offer

  • Spend $200+ online at att.com/smallbusiness or via AT&T app, get 2,000 Membership Rewards points (up to 6,000 points total)

Key Terms

  • Expires 8/15/17
  • Offer valid for wireless bill pay one-time payment only

Quick Thoughts

This valuable offer was found on almost all of our business cards that earn Membership Rewards points. The terms dictate that you must be paying your wireless bill (i.e. the terms exclude charges for equipment, etc). In the past, pre-paying your bill online has worked to trigger the credit. This is a great deal for AT&T customers and according to the terms it can be repeated up to three times per offer (for a total of 6,000 points for making three wireless bill payments of $200 or more). Add this offer sooner rather than later as offers sometimes fill up.. See our Complete Guide to Amex Offers for more information on syncing offers.

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    • The Yelp offer is actually just a coupon code. A more thorough read of the terms made that offer sound more like a BOGO (like spend $300 and get another $300 in “free” ads), which is why I didn’t include it here. The title says “Spend $300 or more, get $300 off”, but the terms say: “Receive $300 in Yelp ads when you purchase a minimum of $300 in ads”. I didn’t go to Yelp to try it, but I thought it was more like buy-$300-get-$300.

    • I don’t have any data points on this. I would guess that it would not work — the terms are fairly specific on this one. That said, we all know that terms don’t always match with results. If you try it, let us know either way.

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