Great New Amex Offer Today!

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This year has been a little bit slow with American Express Offers. If you are not familiar with Amex Offers, you can save tons of money with targeted offers that you load to your eligible Amex card/s each month. Today, there is a brand new one in my account for Lowe’s! Be sure to check your account/s for this one and add it to your card/s.

Great New Amex Offer Today!

Lowe’s Spend $50, get $10 back, expires 5/31/18.

Great New Amex Offer Today!

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.

Bottom Line

Check your American Express Offers for You for the above new offer. Spring is the perfect time for this type off Amex Offer! Did you get this one?


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  1. Mine is showing at spend $50, get 1000 membership rewards points. I’ve been seeing a lot of these offers with points lately, which I do not like. Saving the cash helped offset the annual fee. Getting points isn’t quite the same for me. I get it, 1000 points is worth about $10, but getting the cash back actually offest the cash I paid for the annual fee.

  2. @Pam – I think you can use those points to pay towards your balance. 1 pt = 1 cent.
    So 1,000 pts = $10

    Shawn 🙂

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