New Airline Offer Get $160 Back!


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Check your American Express account/s for the following Offer for You. This is targeted, so not everyone will find it on their account, but it is worth looking for! Be sure to add it to your eligible card if you have it available. The Offer is spend $800 on Delta by 10/8/18, get $160 (or 20% back.)

New Airline Offer Get $160 Back!

New Airline Offer Get $160 Back!

How To Get These Amex Offers For You

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Bottom Line

This is a great offer if you are targeted for it! Did you get this one?

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Comments

  1. Question so if I were to book a ticket with pay with points will I receive the credit back? Usually they charge the card for the ticket amount and deduct the corresponding points as a credit. I wonder if that would trigger the credit. Then get 35% of the points back on a premium ticket. Hmm….

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