How To Increase Chances For Targeted American Express Offers

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American Express targets their members and provides them with select bonus offers to earn more points for readers to use on things like travel and point transfers. These select members have the ability to be targeted for some significant offers. In this post series we share (1) how to increase your chances of being targeted for special promotions by American Express, (2) a 1,500 bonus for opting-in to an extended payment option..In this post, we’ll cover how to change privacy settings on an American Express member account to make sure you opt-in for promotional offers and we’ll explore the two targeted offers mentioned above.

How To Increase Chances For Targeted American Express Offers

How To Opt-In For Promotional Offers

American Express allows members to manage their privacy settings online. This is where you can edit how and what American Express can communicate with you about.

If you have any of the following American Express cards try logging into your account and navigate to the settings area.

To change the settings log into your American Express account, select profile and preferences, then select privacy.

How To Increase Chances For Targeted American Express Offers

Next, you’ll want to review your privacy settings and make sure you have them set to allow American Express to communicate with you in the desired areas including General Marketing Email Preferences, Subscription E-Newsletters and Privacy.


Bottom Line

Making changes to the communication preferences for an American Express membership account is easy. After you make any changes, sit back and hope for the targeted promotional offers to roll in.

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  1. Thank you for mentioning these. But it seems the default setting is already “YES” on receiving everything. It would be great if you would like to share how you use your Amex cards and how much expenditure you put on them…

    Thank you!

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