New American Express Offer Save On AT&T Bill


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American Express is out with a new Offer where you can save money on your AT&T wireless bill. This is a business offer, so check your American Express business cards for the following offer and add it to your eligible Amex card/s if you have it available. This is a no brainer for AT&T customers like myself.

New American Express Offer Save On AT&T Bill

AT&T Wireless for Business, Spend $150 or more, get $50 back. Up to 3x. Expires 12/7/18.

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

In the past, this offer has worked for AT&T personal wireless accounts. I will try that and let you know. Also, note that you have to make a $150 payment each time to trigger the credit. So, you may have to overpay your bill which AT&T will allow. Did you get this one or a different one?

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