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Every credit card comes with it’s list of “perks.” Some are more eye-catching than others but, nonetheless, a perk. One of my favorite perks of American Express credit cards are ‘Amex Offers.’
If you’re not familiar with Amex Offers, it’s a program where your American Express credit cards are targeted for various savings and bonus offers. In many cases, these offers can save you big money.
HOW DO I SEE MY ‘AMEX OFFERS?’
To view your Amex Offers, login to your Amex account and scroll to the bottom of your account summary page where you’ll see a list of eligible offers for that specific card. It should look like this…
The offers vary from person to person and can come in different forms. For example, one individual may be offered points for spending a certain amount of money, while another individual may be offered a credit for spending the same amount of money.
Currently, there’s a new targeted Amex Offer for $60 back when you spend $300+ at a Grand Hyatt property in the US, Mexico, and the Bahamas. The offer is valid for stays through September 30, 2019.
I would recommend that you read through the offer terms so you’re aware of how to utilize this offer.
Real Life Example
Although prices differ between properties, I was curious about rates at a Grand Hyatt. I chose a random day in August for the Grand Hyatt New York and found rates to be reasonable.
If you stay two nights, you’re already at ~$300. If you factor in the $60 savings, that’s not bad for Midtown Manhattan.
If you’re a numbers person, you’ll recognize that utilizing one (and hopefully more) of these Amex Offers can more than offset the annual fee for a card.
I love savings!
Do you plan on taking advantage of this offer? Stay-cation, roadtrip, or destination?