Amex AT&T Offers Which Did You Get?

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Yesterday we told you about a pretty lucrative American Express Offer for You where you could pretty easily save on your AT&T bill. Well, thanks to reader Erica, there is another offer for you to keep your eyes peeled for that is even better!

As an update: yesterday I was successful in using the $50 back Offer for You on a personal AT&T Wireless bill. I received the congratulations email:

Amex AT&T Offers Which Did You Get?

AT&T Business, Spend $200, get 20,000 Membership Rewards Points. Expires 12/7/18.

Amex AT&T Offers Which Did You Get?

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 out this Offer for You and add it to your eligible Amex card/s. This offer is an absolute no brainer for those who are targeted for it and have AT&T Wireless for Business.

HT: Erica

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  1. Blue Business Platinum: $50 off a $150 ATT wireless charge, can be used 3x. Expires Dec 7. So, my charge date is the 14th, so should work for a $150 total credit.

  2. @R Johnson

    you can always prepay your ATT account anytime you want. When ever I get the offer, I just redeem them as soon as possible and not worry about the offer exp date.

    Now, my new problem is… I have offers on multiple employee cards and able to add them (SPG Business). I am well aware of the staples clawback on multiple offer per account. Amex is still letting me add the offer to employee cards with separate login. It seems business cards with empoyee cards are little different than personal cards with authorized users. Worth taking chance? I thought of making $150 prepays on two cards and see what happens. Worst that can happen is loosing what ever points I would have earned if I put $150 on another cards like Chase Ink 5x.

  3. I have ATT for internet and phone at my office. Is the “AT&T Wireless for Business” different? Is that specifically for cell phone or is internet and phone considered wireless for business?

  4. Damn.. AT&T got smarter now. On these offer, I always got statement credit by pre-paying. Even few days ago, I immediately prepaid $150 twice, once per day and now I have a credit balance of $480 and already got the MR points credited. I just logged on to AT&T to make the 3rd prepayment and boom, now I get this.

    “We can’t accept an online payment right now because this account has a credit balance of $300 or more.”

    This must have been implemented yesterday as I didn’t have any issue making a $150 prepayment a day before yesterday when I already had over $300 credit balance. oh well.

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