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There are new targeted Amex Offers out for both Dell and Lenovo. Dell Offers almost always reach their limit and get pulled early, so I would suggest logging in and adding these offers right away if you’re interested. Also note that I found the Lenovo offer on my Blue Business Plus, so don’t forget to check that account!
There are two versions of these offers — one for a statement credit and one for Membership Rewards points. The Membership Rewards points versions are probably quite a bit more valuable to most readers. Unfortunately, I only received the Lenovo offer and only the statement credit version (though between my wife and I we had it on several cards).
Lenovo: Spend $300, get either $60 or 6,000 Membership Rewards points
This one is particularly attractive because I’m told that you can split tender in checkout at the Lenovo site, making it easy to use more than one offer in a single purchase if you sync your offers properly (See: Complete Guide to Amex Offers for more on that). Note that the terms exclude Lenovo Outlet purchase.
Dell.com Spend $599+, get $100 or 10,000 Membership Rewards® Points
Details: Get 10,000 additional Membership Rewards points one-time by using your enrolled Card to spend a minimum of $599+ in one or more eligible transactions online at Dell.com by 10/31/2017.
This offer will surely be very popular. Unfortunately, I did not receive this offer in any of my accounts (even checked my Serve account), so I don’t have the full terms. See your account for more information. I believe that Dell also allows split payment at checkout, making it easy to use more than one card.
Again, I’d move quickly on adding these offers. The fact that they are targeted with no known Twitter hashtag means that they may last a bit longer than a public offer, but I imagine they will still disappear if you don’t add them soon.
Did you receive any other interesting targeted offs today?
Last updated on November 19th, 2017