Amex Offer: Get $5 Back After Spending $5 With Hulu up to 4 Times
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Amex is back with another intriguing offer — this time, when it comes to watching your favorite TV shows and movies on Hulu. Targeted Amex card holders can get $5 back after spending $5 or more up to four times.
You’ll get the $5 statement credit after using your enrolled card to make a single purchase of $5 or more at Hulu.com. To get the up to $20 in statement credits, you must spend at least $20 in $5 increments by March 28, 2019.
Keep in mind that you must have been targeted on an American Express card in order to take advantage of this offer. To see if you were targeted, go to your Amex home page and click on each individual card. Scroll down to “Amex Offers and Benefits” on your account homepage, and if you see the offer make sure you click “add to card.” I had the offer on my American Express® Gold Card and Hilton Honors Aspire Card from American Express
I made the switch from cable to Hulu Live earlier this year and haven’t looked back. With it, I get all the live TV channels I would watch with a full cable subscription for a fraction of the price — plus, loads of on-demand content and DVR storage. It’s the perfect fit for travelers, as you can take your content on the go, while also allowing those at home to be able to watch live TV at the same time. At $39.99 per month for Hulu Live (the service is currently offering one week for free), this Amex offer will end up saving me $20 on my membership. Keep in mind, too, that Hulu also offers a basic streaming plan for $7.99 per month, meaning you could take advantage of this Amex offer even with the most basic membership.
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