10% back at GrubHub via new Amex Offer

There is a new Amex Offer out for 10% back on GrubHub and Seamless.com, but up $75 back. That could make for a nice deal if you often order via these delivery services.

The Deal

  • There’s a new targeted Amex Offer out that’s good for 10% back on GrubHub or Seamless.com purchases up to $75 back

Key Terms

  • Expires 6/3020

Quick Thoughts

We sometimes see deals on gift cards to these places, but I always find a card-linked offer like this more desirable. That said, I saw this offer on a Platinum card rather than the Gold card (which is the card I normally use for GrubHub for the monthly $10 credit and 4x for restaurants). I personally don’t generally use these types of services more than one time in a month, so I’m unlikely to make use of the offer, though if I lived in a city where these were an option for me on a regular basis I’d likely be singing a different tune.

About Nick Reyes

Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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I never use GrubHub for delivery – only for pickup orders at places I frequent anyway. The selection of restaurants in my area isn’t great, but getting 10% off + 2 MR/$ is certainly worth looking at…