Amex Offer: Up to $200 Back or 20,000 Membership Rewards Points on AT&T Wireless for Business

Sep 11, 2018

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Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here – The Business Platinum® Card from American Express

If you’re an AT&T Wireless For Business customer and you love free money, Amex Offers has a deal you can’t refuse. Of course, you’ll need an American Express business credit card and a little luck on the targeting side, but it’s worth checking your account to see if you see the deal below loaded in.

The heaviest hitter is an offer that grants a $200 statement credit or 20,000 Amex Membership Rewards points for spending $200 or more via AT&T Wireless for Business. Chances are high that your most recent bill will surpass the $200 mark, so by paying with the Amex card that you save the offer to, you’ll get your choice of payment back in return. While the $200 credit is enticing, TPG values 20,000 Membership Rewards points at $380 (1.9 cents per MR point). With Amex’s broad array of hotel and airline transfer partners, we’d suggest opting for the points and putting it towards a dream vacation or an overdue weekend away to visit family.

Keep an eye out for this offer in your Amex account
Keep an eye out for this offer in your Amex account

As Frequent Miler reports, other Amex cardholders are seeing a slightly tweaked version of the offer, with a single payment of $150+ triggering a $50 statement credit or 5,000 Membership Rewards points (valued at $95). For this offer, which expires December 7, 2018, you can cash in for three straight months.

Those considering The Business Platinum® Card from American Express still have time to apply, receive, and take advantage of this particular deal (if targeted). If you’re interested in understanding how to maximize benefits to compensate for the annual fee, we’ve got you covered below:

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