Great New Amex Offer For You Today!

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American Express Offers for You is out with a new great offer today! They are offering a sweet deal where when you spend $150 and get a whooping $50 back up to 3x times. The offer is valid for wireless bill pay for AT&T AutoPay and one-time payment only. Be sure to add this one to your eligible Amex cards before making your payments.

Great New Amex Offer For You Today!

Great New Amex Offer For You Today!


Get a $50 statement credit each time you use your enrolled Card to make a single purchase of $150 or more online at by 12/1/2016. Limit 3 statement credits. See terms for exclusions.


Offer valid for wireless bill pay for AT&T AutoPay and one-time payment only. In order to be eligible for the offer, you must enroll your Card and use that Card to pay your wireless bill or other service charges online directly with AT&T at Purchases for equipment or prepaid, U-verse, web hosting, or wireless services that do not appear on your AT&T wireless bill are excluded from this offer. Your payment must be in the amount of $150 or more in a single transaction and completed by 12/1/16. Payments by phone, at retail locations or via third parties do not qualify. Enrollment limited. Offer is non-transferable. Must add offer to Card and use same Card to redeem. Limit 3 statement credit(s) per American Express® online account. Statement credit will appear on your billing statement within 90 days after 12/1/2016, provided that American Express receives information from the merchant about your qualifying purchase.

Bottom Line

I love Amex Offers for You and save so much money! Offers for You are just one reason to have an American Express Card. Check your Amex account and post a comment if you had this Offer for You or a different one.

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 yet, 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. Does the “small business” wording preclude our personal/family plans? I think not but AMEX seems to leave themselves wiggle room.

  2. @Dean T Rose – I found the offer loaded on my business cards, none of my personal cards showed the offer.

  3. FWIW, I opened a chat with AMEX(thanks “Kathy). She said the offer was good on ANY AT&T plan.
    I pressed her by emphasizing the word ‘ANY’.
    For kicks, I tried a one-time $150 payment and immediately received a text playback from AMEX thanking me for using the offer. We shall see if the $50 credits in the next few days.If so, that’s a damn good deal.
    I figure two cards, 3 times per card is good for a tidy $300 saved. I love my 5X Ink card, but $50 of free money is $50 of free money.

  4. Geoff,

    Thanks so much for posting your experience. I have a follow-up for additional clarification. Basically, between my wife and family cards we are at 4 offers loaded with the potential for up to 3 more.

    This is a potential AT&T account “pre-load” of $450 x 4 (or 6) = $1800 – $2700, which would essentially pre-pay our bill for well over a year (Given that some on my account have to continue paying AT&T on a monthly basis for business/tax purposes it is likely longer than a year but for purposes of this question there is no need to expand on “pre-paying for a year in advance”.

    So…given all of that I have 2 questions:

    1) Will AT&T allow me to prepay *that much*? I’ve pre-paid a few months in advance before but nothing like this. Wondered if anybody had any data points to share.

    2) It says the item has to be something that would “show up on the bill”. Basically, can I leverage these to pay for a new iPhone 7 when it inevitably launches in (hopefully) September? Or does it HAVE to be the bill?

    3) Geoff – did you do your experiment through the “business website” or did you just go through like a person might normally do?

    Thanks as always to this community. Really appreciate all the collaborative help

  5. Not sure if AT&T will allow paying past the outstanding balance.
    I tried a second payment(since we get 3 stabs at it) but the AT&T website said only once in 24 hours for my “security”. Thinking that AMEX needs to see single $150 payments to max out offer. In other words a payment of $450 will not yield three $50 credits but only one.
    That said, I went thru my usual billing site, not the “business” site.
    I too was wondering about the “show up on the bill” verbiage.
    My guess is that we consumers in pointland are more paranoid than AT&T is and that we will get our payouts. However, I would use the offer quickly just in case for obvious reasons.
    As an aside, I did multiple screen grabs of my chat in case things go awry. Never hurts.

  6. Got it – thanks Geoff.

    I’m tempted to wonder if AT&T might allow me to log in and make separate payments from each member of my “family plan”…

  7. @Jeff, it’s worth a shot. AT&T site will let you know. The AMEX wording simply says ‘3’ X of $150/each.

  8. @Geoff in the past I have been able to make payments above my balance due, to the point of paying many hundreds more than I owed. I have also received the security message in the past, but was able to make another payment the following day. You will get an additional pop up window asking if you are sure you want to pay since you don’t owe. Just select yes.

  9. Do we have any confirmed data points yet that credits actually posted?

    Multiple credits on the same card to the same account?

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