There is a new Amex Offer out today good for AT&T Business: get 10% back as a statement credit up to $100. Note that I saw a different version reported elsewhere that only offered up to $50 back, so it is possible that there are different targeted versions. I found this offer on a Business Platinum card, so it is possible that this would stack with the monthly $20 wireless services credits coming this year due to the COVID enhancements.
- Get 10% back as a statement credit up to $100 back at AT&T Business with a new targeted Amex Offer
- Expires 2/18/21
- Limit 1 enrolled Card per Card Member across all American Express offer channels. Your enrollment of an eligible American Express Card for this offer extends only to that Card.
- Offer valid online only at att.com/exploresmallbusiness for purchases on Business Wireless, Business Wireline, AT&T Internet for Business (Fiber and U-Verse) and Business Voice.
- In order to be eligible for the offer, you must enroll your Business Card and use that Card to pay your wireless bill or other service charges online directly with AT&T at att.com/exploresmallbusiness or through the myAT&T App for Business.
- Purchases for personal products or services such as WarnerMedia, DIRECTV, AT&T TV, AT&T TV Now, Personal Wireless, Wireline, Internet Bills, wholesale equipment, retail purchases, Software as a Service and Connected Car are excluded from this offer.
- Payments by phone, at retail locations or via third parties do not qualify.
- Limit of $100 in total statement credits per Card Member.
- See your offer for full terms
The offer seems to exclude DirecTV, AT&T TV, personal wireless, Internet Bills, and basically everything that isn’t AT&T Business. I believe that past similar offers worked on personal wireless bills for a couple of years, but if I remember correctly they may have stopped working for personal bills. If you try using your card to pay a personal bill, report your experiences in the comments.
The good news is that I expect this would likely stack with the $20 monthly statement credits if you add the offer on the Business Platinum card. On the other hand, Amex has gotten kind of clawback-happy and doesn’t seem to like it if you come out at negative cost from the two rebates. I’d recommend spending more than $22 at a time if you’re looking to stack those (which you probably would if you wan to max this offer out anyway).