Free $5 at Starbucks with Amex Sync Offer

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You can score a $5 statement credit when you make a $10 purchase at Starbucks by syncing your American Express card on Twitter from now through December 31, 2014.

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Starbucks with Amex Sync Offer

To be eligible to receive the statement credit

(i) you must have an American Express Card that is connected with Twitter (see sync.americanexpress.com/twitter for more details on how to connect your Card);
(ii) you must tweet using #AmexStarbucks;
(iii) you must receive a response message from @AmexOffers stating that this offer has been added to your connected Card; AND
(iv) you must use your connected Card to spend a total of $10 or more on qualifying purchases online at store.starbucks.com by 12/31/14.

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Bottom Line

From now through December 31, 2014, you can get a $5 statement credit by using a connected card with Amex Sync to make a purchase at Starbucks (such as a $10 reload onto your Starbucks card)  This is an easy way to get a free $5 statement credit. Have you signed up yet?

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Comments

  1. The details say this is not valid for the purchase of a corporate gift card, however, has anyone tried to purchase a regular gift card and received the credit?

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