(EXPIRED) Viator offer: Spend $150, get 3K points / $30 back

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There’s a new Amex Offer out today to save on activities with Viator: Spend $150 or more, get either 3,000 Membership Rewards points or $30 back (see your offer for details). Either way, it’s a nice way to save a few bucks on tours or activities during upcoming trips. Stack it with a few percent back from a shopping portal to save a bit more.

The Offer

  • A new Amex Offer is out for Viator: Spend $150 or more, get 3,000 Membership Rewards points or $30 back (see your offer)

Key Details

  • Expires 2/4/19
  • Must book through Viator US website or mobile app in US dollars
  • Bookings through TripAvisor do not qualify
  • See offer for full terms

Quick Thoughts

Viator is a popular site for booking tours and activities. I’ve heard mixed reviews: some from folks who have been thrilled with their experiences and values and others who felt their guides were lackluster. I think your experience with random tour guides is likely to vary. At this point, I’ve heard enough good things about Viator to be interested in trying them out at some point. If I do, getting 3,000 Membership Rewards points back will be a nice return. The cash back offer certainly isn’t bad either, but since I value Membership Rewards points greater than $0.01 each, I’ll look to use that one first.

Remember that you should at the very least be able to sync the Membership Rewards version once and the statement credit version once even if you’re unable to sync either to multiple cards (some people occasionally report success with multiple cards still, but I haven’t been successful lately).

As always, we have added this to our database of Current Amex Offers.

Last updated on February 9th, 2019

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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Viator is just a site that lists tours from other companies. Generally, as long as you pick a tour/activity that has a lot of positive reviews, it should be good but make sure to read reviews & all the info ahead of booking.

Nevertheless, as with any service industry, it’s possible to have a bad experience.


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I can frequently find the actual tour operator by searching for the exact words in the Viator description. Sometimes it’s cheaper to book directly with the actual tour operator vs. thru Viator but sometimes the quoted price is actually cheaper on Viator (and this doesn’t even take into consideration clicking through cash back portals).