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UPDATE: This card is a corporate card and available to companies with revenue in excess of $4,000,000 USD. For those with business revenue under that threshold, likely small business cards would be a better fit.
I’ve been thinking about this card for a while and trying to determine if it makes sense to add to my wallet. Here is a quick rundown of the American Express / Business Extra Corporate Card benefits:
- 2,500 Business Extra bonus points
- 1% to 3% rebate on American Airlines
- $50 gift card for every $5,000 in spend (up to $1,000 in gift cards)
- Earn Business Extra Points on virtually all company spend
The Business Extra redemption chart is mighty intriguing with some great redemptions like:
- BXP5 Special Services Award – AAdvantage Gold® Status – 2,400 points
AAdvantage Gold appointments issued January 1st through June 30th of each year are valid through February 28th of the following year (i.e. Feb. 28, 2013).
AAdvantage Gold appointments issued July 1st through December 31st of each year are valid through February 28th of the next calendar year (i.e. Feb. 28, 2014).
- BXP1 Upgrade – Within North America or between North America & Hawaii or Caribbean (One Segment) – 650 points
Within North America,or between North America and Hawaii or the Caribbean. One-Segment Cabin Upgrade (Fare basis codes starting with N, O, Q or S are not eligible for this upgrade.)
- BX1A PlanAAhead® Award – Continental U.S., Canada and Mexico (Economy Class) – 2,000 points
- BXP8 Special Services Award – Admirals Club® Membership – 3,000 points
This one seems good, although, I already have Admirals Club Membership thanks to my Citi Executive Club card I picked up with the 100,000 bonus.
And many more awards look like an interesting value.
The 2,500 bonus points after signing up for the card are enough for the Gold status award. This gets you status with American Airlines so you can enjoy the great benefits of Gold status.
However, since it is a corporate card, and my business doesn’t meet the criteria, I’ll have to forgo this card in my next application which I will consider the new Amex Everyday card and the Marriott 70,000 bonus offer card.
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