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From February 1 to May 1, you can get up to 20% cash back on your next Kimpton Hotel stay through Amex Offers. If you’re targeted, you can redeem a $60 statement credit by spending spend a minimum of $300 on room rate and room charges.

If you aren’t familiar with Amex Offers, they’re opt-in, limited-time deals for targeted American Express cardholders. Recent offers include $25 or 2,500 MR points for spending $50+ on Stitch Fix$10 back after spending $75+ on Home Furnishing and $60 back after spending $300 with Delta.

Check out what Amex is offering below:

The terms and conditions confirm that this excludes all other IHG brands. The offer is also only available to Kimptons located within the US — excluding all international Kimpton properties.

In order to take advantage of this promotion, make your hotel reservation with Kimpton through the website, app or by calling Kimpton directly. You’re going to need to book, stay and pay by May 1 to qualify for the promotion.

Remember that Amex Offers are often targeted, so not every American Express card will have this offer in its account. In order to see if you’ve been targeted and to enroll in the offer, log in to your AmericanExpress.com account and scroll down to the “Amex Offers and Benefits” section. You may need to click “Load More” to see the offer. For reference, I’m targeted for this particular offer on three of my five Amex cards:

The Hilton Honors Aspire Card from American Express was not targeted for the promotion.

Make sure to click the “Add to Card” button to enroll your card in the offers you want before making your purchases. If you have multiple cards linked under the same username/password, remember that there’s a limit of one registration per Amex Offer per username/password. So, choose wisely if you have multiple targeted cards under a single login (or try using multiple private browsers or moving cards to separate logins).

Featured image courtesy of Kimpton.

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