Amex Offer: Get $60 Back After Spending $300 With Delta

Nov 9, 2018

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Amex Offers are a fantastic way to save money or earn bonus points on purchases you were going to make anyway on your American Express cards. Friday, there is a new Amex Offer available on some lucky Amex cards that is a great match for travelers who fly Delta Air Lines.

This offer awards a $60 statement credit when you spend $300 or more on flights with Delta Air Lines in one or more cumulative transactions by Jan. 9. These flights must be purchased directly with Delta, originate in the United States and the purchases must be made in US dollars.

A TPG editor spotted this offer on her Platinum Card® from American Express, but right now this offer is relatively targeted (and subject to change at anytime) as it is not on all Amex cards or available to all Amex cardholders. As an added bonus, if you also have this Delta Amex Offer on your Platinum Amex, you will earn 5 Membership Rewards points per dollar on airfare charges made directly with the airline. The American Express® Gold Card would provide 3 points per dollar on the same charges. If you get to choose which Amex card to add the offer to, here’s a refresher on the Best Cards for Delta Flyers.

To add the offer to your Amex card, log in to your American Express account and scroll down to the “Amex Offers and Benefits” section (you may need to click “Load More” to see the offer). Amex Offers are targeted, so it’s possible your card won’t be eligible for the promotion. Check out the video below for everything you need to know about finding and using Amex Offers.

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