(EXPIRED) Cable Or Satellite TV Amex Offer: Save 10% With Limit Of $15 In Statement Credits

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In addition to the 10% cell phone Amex Offer we shared earlier, there’s a similar offer for paying your cable or satellite TV bill.

Cable & Satellite TV Amex Offer 10% Off

The Deal

  • Get 10% of your online payment back as a statement credit by using your enrolled card to pay your US cable or satellite TV bill online directly with the provider.

Key Terms

  • Expires June 15, 2019.
  • Limit of $15 in total statement credits.
  • Offer valid only on US bill payments for cable and satellite television services made directly with the provider.
  • Payments must be made directly with the provider online, via mobile app or by phone.
  • Payments made at service centers do not qualify.
  • Payments for hardware, installation, and other services are excluded, if not bundled and charged with monthly service bill.
  • Excludes payments for satellite radio services and subscriptions with streaming television providers.

Quick Thoughts

Similar to the cell phone Amex Offer, this cable/satellite TV offer is easy money seeing as it’s something you’d have been paying for anyway. It seems to be more widely available than the cell phone offer though as I had this one on multiple cards.

You’ll max it out when spending $150. That shouldn’t be hard to do if you have a cable or satellite TV subscription, especially seeing as you have three months to use it.

Last updated on June 15th, 2019

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