Amex Offer for Contactless Payments, $2 Off $5 Up to 5 Times

Amex Offer for Contactless Payments

Amex Offer for Contactless Payments, $2 Off $5 Up to 5 Times

Check your American Express cards for an offer that can save you up to $10 when making contactless payments.

  • Get a $2 statement credit after using your enrolled Card to spend $5 or more in a single eligible transaction via contactless feature by 1/15/2021. Limit of 5 statement credits (total of $10).

Offer Terms

  • An “eligible transaction” means a purchase made with your enrolled American Express Card on or before 1/15/2021 using the contactless feature.
  • Offer only valid for purchases made with your Card via a contactless feature.
  • “Contactless” payment is defined as tapping your Card on the card reader.
  • If you cannot use the contactless feature on your Card for the purchase for any reason your purchase will not qualify for this offer.

RebatesMe $40 bonus

Amex Offers

Amex Offers are an extra perk on all American Express credit cards, charge cards, and even prepaid cards. You can see these offers in your accounts in two forms. Either as a statement credit or extra MR points for spending a certain amount at a specific merchant. You will need to add the offer to a specific card, and then use that card to get the credit. To add offers to a card, log into your account online, scroll down to the “Amex Offers & Benefits” section and click “Add to Card” for offers that you plan to use. You should add the offer to your preferred card. Amex Offers are now limited to just one per person. You can use the Membership Rewards version and the statement credit version of the same offer. Check out this quick way to add all offers at once. For third party Amex cards you can use this new website, American Express Connect, to check for offers and also add them to your cards. See full list of Amex Offers here.

2 thoughts on “Amex Offer for Contactless Payments, $2 Off $5 Up to 5 Times

  1. Paid via samsung pay 1 week back. Amex didn’t give the credit. Looks like we need to use contactless feature of card.

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