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I love targeted American Express Offers. Last week I shared targeted offers for 100,000 points with the Business Platinum card, 1,500 points after signing up for extended payment (which turned out to be 10,000 points) and now I received a $20 off at Seasons 52 restaurant. Thanks American Express!
Bonus Offer Details
The offer is valid through July 31, 2013 and provides $20 off a $50 or more bill. That’s 40% off!
- Receive $20 off a single purchase of $50 or more
- Must pay with any American Express
- Valid June 1, 2013 through July 31, 2013
- Dine-in only
- Does not include tax, gratuity, or alcohol (darn!)
- Promotion code referenced is ALOD:0001
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. To change the settings log into your American Express account, select profile and preferences, then select privacy.
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.
A 40% off coupon ($20 off $50 purchase) for Seasons 52 is a no brainer.
To make sure you are set up to receive targeted American Express offers, following the simple instructions in this article.
Have any of you American Express cardholders received a better dining offer for this summer?
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