Amex Tons Of New Offers For You!

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There are tons of new Amex Offers for You available in my account this morning! This is the most new ones I remember getting in a while. Remember to check your account for these and add them to your cards if you think that you want to use these offers before making a purchase. There are plenty of great shopping offers here. If you have several Amex cards and like the Pottery Barn family of brands, this is a great day for you!

Amex Tons Of New Offers For You!

  • Williams-Sonoma, Spend $50, get $10 back, expires 9/15/15 #AmexWS

Amex Tons Of New Offers For You!

  • Pottery Barn, Spend $50, Get $10 back, expires 9/15/15 #AmexPotteryBarn

Amex Tons Of New Offers For You!

Other offers I found:

  •,  Spend $50, get $10 back, expires 9/30/15 #AmexDiapers
  • West Elm,  Spend $50, get $10 back, expires 9/30/15 #AmexWestElm
  • Pottery Barn Kids, Spend $50, get $10 back, expires 9/30/15 #AmexPBKids
  • Mark and Graham,  Spend $50, get $10 back, expires 9/15/15 #AmexMarkGraham
  • Rejuvenation, Spend $50, get $10 back, expires 9/15/15
  • Del Frisco’s Grille, Spend $50, get $15 back, expires 9/30/15
  • Eat24, Spend $25, get $5 statement back, expires 9/30/15 #AmexYelp24

Bottom Line

There have been so many great Amex Offers for You lately that if you are paying attention (and have a few Amex cards), you are really racking up the savings! I love these offers and this is one of the best benefits of being an American Express cardholder in addition to my other favorite, Small Business Saturday! Make sure that you check your account for these offers and add them to your card if you think that you might be able to take advantage of these!

How To Get These Amex Offers For You

If you are new to American Express Offers for You or don’t have an American Express card, start here. You must have an eligible American Express Card and then add the Offers For You to your registered card to get the statement credit.

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  1. I clicked on your link from the main boarding area page, and some spam/virus link. 2nd time this has happened since yesterday. It happened after clicking on someone else’s blog. It made me have to shut down my broswer because it locked up.

  2. The same thing happened to me. I think it was a fake add/link that was disguised as a real one. Looked pretty convincing though. My browser locked up and a popup came up that gave a phone number to call to get it unlocked (obviously didn’t call it). I quickly shut off my wifi. I couldn’t get my browser to close or do anything for that matter. I restarted and everything looked fine. I’m still running full scans of my system and I won’t reconnect to the network until everything checks out. I think the lesson here, at least for me, is to hover over links from now on when I’m on this site so that I can see where they actually lead. Lesson learned.

  3. As was mentioned in another blog AMEX is doing all of this partly because of the upcoming loss of Costco. They are trying to prevent numerous account closures by making cardmembers feel like they will miss out on these valuable offers if they don’t stick with AMEX. My strategy is to keep only their no fee cards, especially since those with a fee are now “one signup bonus per lifetime”. And I predict that strategy too will eventually change to once every 24 months. Even with giving away a signup bonus repeatedly AMEX will see that they really do, after all, need those $1000’s in minimum spend generated to get that bonus.

  4. Matt, I send an email to the folks at boarding area about the issue. I think that is where the problem is. Like I said, happened twice, once yesterday on a different computer, and once today. I clicked on the link to this very page.

  5. Kurt – Good call on emailing them. Scary that it was the actual link causing that. Have you noticed any issues with your computer? I’m using a different computer now and haven’t been back online with the other one yet.

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