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New targeted 50K / 100K offers appearing for some

Amex Platinum for Less

Last month, we reported that some people were seeing a targeted offer for a welcome bonus of 100,000 Membership Rewards points after making $5,000 in purchases on the Platinum Card from American Express via the via the Card Match Tool at CreditCards.com. Recent reports at Doctor of Credit indicate that a new round of people have been targeted for that offer and some are additionally / alternatively seeing a targeted offer for 50,000 Membership Rewards points after spending…

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(EXPIRED) New AU bonus: 5K per user up to 20K total [Targeted]

American Express is sending out a targeted mailer for bonus points when adding authorized users. We have one report of the following offer: earn 5,000 Membership Rewards points for each additional card member after they spend $500 in eligible purchases in their first 3 months, up to 20,000 bonus points. This offer was received on a Premier Rewards Gold card, though it’s certainly possible that mailers are going out for other cards. The Deal Targeted bonuses for up to 20,000 Membership Rewards points…

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[Expired] American Express Premier Rewards Gold: 50k Signup Bonus W/ No Lifetime Language (Targeted)

Some American Express cardholders are reporting targeted offers on their accounts for the Premier Rewards Gold credit card. The best part about it is that there’s no lifetime language, meaning you can get the bonus again even if you’ve had the card before.   There are apparently two different types of offer: Earn 50,000 Membership Rewards when you spend $2,000 in the first three months. Earn 25,000 Membership Rewards when you spend $1,000 in the…

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Best cards for grocery store spend, and dining, and…

If you spend a lot at grocery stores, which credit card should you use?  What if you spend a lot on dining?  Travel?… I’ve long maintained a page, previously called “Best Category Bonuses,” that lists best cards for each type of spend.  That page has been a useful resource, but the title didn’t really give much of a hint as to what it was about.  Another issue with the old page was that I used…

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