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Update: 100,000 offer is expired.
American Express continues to send me multiple 100,000 Membership Reward point bonus offers. In early December, one of my businesses received a targeted offer for 100,000 Membership Rewards points after applying and meeting the spending limits for the Business Platinum card from American Express.
American Express Keeps Sending Me 100k Business Platinum Offers
Today, I hit the jackpot, or so I thought, when two more businesses received targeted 100,000 Membership Rewards point bonus offers. This meant I received 3 credit card offers from American Express totaling 300,000 Membership Rewards points.
Terms And Conditions
But I quickly realized the bad news. The terms and conditions prohibit an “applicant” from receiving the bonus if they’ve received another business product bonus within the last 12 months.
Welcome bonus offer not available to applicants who have had this product or any other business gold or green card account within the last 12 months.
I wonder if “applicant” means a person or business applying for the offer. Does anyone have any experience with multiple business offers?
Other Huge, 100,000 – 50,000, Signup Bonus Offers
This 100,000 offer from American Express is a huge signup bonus offer which I cannot take advantage of because I received 75,000 Membership Rewards points through a targeted offer earlier this year.
So instead, I’m looking at the following big bonus point signup offers and will likely pick one up before the end of the year.
Keep an eye out for your 100,000 Membership Rewards offer from American Express. They are sending a lot of these targeted offers this holiday season. If you don’t receive one, consider one of the other large signup bonus offers while they are around.
Does anyone know what “applicant” means when referring to the Business cards from American Express? Does it mean the actual person, or the business that receives and applies for the offer?
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