Bloomingdale’s Amex Offer, Save $20 When You Spend $100 (Targeted)

Some American Express cards have a new targeted Bloomingdale’s Amex Offer that can save you up to 20% in store and online.

Bloomingdale’s Amex Offer

Get 2,000 additional Membership Rewards points (or $20 statement credit) one-time by using your enrolled Card to spend a minimum of $100+ in one or more eligible transactions in-store at Bloomingdale’s or online at by 7/2/2018.

Offer Terms

  • Offer valid at and in-store.
  • Valid at any participating location in the US.
  • Excludes Bloomingdale’s outlets, Nespresso boutiques, restaurants located within Bloomingdale’s stores, Bloomingdale’s premium travel services, Macy’s, Blue Mercury, corporate gift purchases and third party service providers.
  • Not valid on purchases shipped outside of the US.

Amex Offers

Amex Offers are a great extra perk on all American Express credit cards, charge cards, and even prepaid cards. You can see these offers in your account online and you will usually get a statement credit or earn 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 can no longer sync through Facebook and Twitter.

The new interface sometimes has issues so if you prefer the old one, you can log in here. Sometimes you see different offers with the old interface or mobile app. It’s worth checking for the better ones.

Guru’s Wrap-Up

This Bloomingdale’s Amex Offer is targeted. I found it on most of my personal cards and none of my business cards. The offer could get you a 20% discount or a small profit through gift card reselling. Online they sell eGift and physical cards. You can sell them for as much as 84% of face value, depending on your reselling relationship. Top Cashback also offers 8% on Bloomingdale’s purchases, but I’m not sure if gift card purchases track. Let me know if you have tested it recently.

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