Amex Offer: Spend $15 With Uber, Get a $10 Statement Credit (Targeted)
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American Express is promoting a new targeted offer for some cardholders — this time, with Uber. Targeted cardholders can enroll their card in order to earn a statement credit for a minimum purchase of $15 with Uber.
In order to get the $10 statement credit, you must spend a minimum of $15 in one or more transactions with Uber or UberEats. Note that the statement credit can be earned by meeting the minimum $15 threshold on multiple purchases — it doesn’t need to be a single purchase. Just be sure to use the same, enrolled card for any and all Uber purchases. In addition, the total can be earned via traditional rides with Uber or with its food-delivery service, UberEats.
Check the offers associated with each of your American Express cards to see if you were targeted for this Uber offer. If so, you’ll need to manually add it to your card and then meet the minimum spending requirement of $15 by Dec. 10, 2018.
The terms and conditions state that the offer is limited to one enrolled card per cardmember across all Amex offer channels. In addition, you must pay directly with the enrolled card in the Uber app — third-party payments like Apple Pay won’t count. Travelers should note that international rides don’t count toward the $15 minimum.
If you were targeted for the offer on your Platinum Card® from American Express, also note that the offer can likely can stack with the annual Uber credits that come as a benefit of the card. So, if you have the offer across multiple cards, the Platinum Card would make the most sense to add it to, as you’ll also get $15 in Uber credits to use every month (except in December, when you’ll get $35).
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