Mint Mobile Amex Offer: Spend $415, Get $90 Back

Mint Mobile Amex Offer

Mint Mobile Amex Offer: Spend $415, Get $90 Back

Check your American Express credit cards for a new offer that can save you $90 when you purchase a Mint Mobile device. You can find this offer in your Amex consumer and business credit cards. Check out the details of the offer below.


Get a one-time $90 statement credit by using your enrolled eligible Card to make a single purchase of a device with service for a total of $415 or more online at by 5/11/2022. 

Offer Terms

  • Offer valid for purchase of a device with service made online only at US website and via merchant mobile app.
  • Not valid on purchases shipped outside of the US.
  • Please note, that unless you notify Mint Mobile that you want to pause, cancel, or that you do not want to auto renew, your plan will automatically renew for another subscription period.

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 either as a statement credit or extra Membership Rewards points for spending a certain amount at an eligible merchant. You will need to add the offer to a specific card, and then use that card to get the credit. 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, or use the MaxRewards app that even lets you save offers on multiple cards. 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.

Guru’s Wrap-up

This offer could be useful if you plan on purchasing a device from Mint Mobile. If you spend $415 or more, you will receive a $90 statement credit.

One thought on “Mint Mobile Amex Offer: Spend $415, Get $90 Back

  1. I wonder if I can simply prepay/load my wallet since my renewal is coming soon anyways.

    Anyone try this with previous offers?

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