You Can Now Track How Many Times You’ve Completed an Amex Offer

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

Last week, American Express instituted a rule that ended the ability of adding Amex Offers, discounts and deals specifically for American Express cardholders, to multiple credit cards.

Some Amex Offers allow you to redeem an offer multiple times. Now, as Doctor of Credit reports, Amex has introduced a new tool that helps track how many times you’ve used an Amex Offer.

For example, if you’ve added an offer for $15 back after spending $75 at Fig & Olive, which can be used up to three times, after using it once it will say “2 Left.” It’s unclear if you can only see this feature in the Amex mobile app or when logged-in on a desktop 

According to reports, tracking appears to be real-time. The tracker also doesn’t let you know if you’ve partly finished offer, but only once you’ve fully completed one.

This customer-friendly enhancement comes after other recent changes like emails tracking your spend progress towards a welcome bonus and the welcome bonus eligibility tool.

Nearly every American Express card is eligible to participate in Amex Offers, including:

  • The Platinum Card® from American Express
  • The Blue Business®️ Plus Card from American Express
  • The Amex EveryDay® Credit Card from American Express

H/T: Doctor of Credit

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