Amex unveils full slate of limited-time benefits for Platinum, Business Platinum cards

Amex unveils full slate of limited-time benefits for Platinum, Business Platinum cards


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American Express Adds Wireless Credit To Delta, Hilton & Marriott Business Cards ($10-$15 Monthly Credit)

Earlier this year American Express announced that new temporary benefits would be added to the Delta, Hilton & Marriott cards. We just posted about a dining benefit for personal cards, but business cards are also receiving a monthly credit for wireless purchases. Again the monthly credit you receive depends on the card you have and is as follows:

  • Delta Reserve: $20 monthly credit
  • Marriott Business: $15 monthly credit
  • Delta & Hilton Business: $10 monthly credit

These credits are good until the end of December 2021, you must have been a cardholder before January 1, 2021 to be eligible and you need to add the offer to your card.

Source: doctorofcredit.com

Up to 150,000 points and $150 credit: Here are the latest Hilton credit card offers

Up to 150,000 points and $150 credit: Here are the latest Hilton credit card offers


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More retailers are launching credit cards — but are they worth it? – The Points Guy

More retailers are launching credit cards — but are they worth it? – The Points Guy


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American Express Adds Dining Credit To Delta, Hilton & Marriott Personal Cards ($5-$20 Monthly Credit)

Earlier this year American Express announced that new temporary benefits would be added to the Delta, Hilton & Marriott cards. Those new benefits are now live with a monthly dining credit [US restaurants (including takeout and third-party delivery services)] of $5 to $20 added to personal cards. The amount the credit is for will depend on the card you have and are as follows:

  • Hilton Aspire, Delta Reserve, & Marriott Brilliant: $20 monthly credit
  • Delta Platinum: $15 monthly credit
  • Hilton Surpass, Delta Gold, Bonvoy: $10 monthly credit
  • No annual fee Hilton: $5 monthly credit

These credits are all good through December 31, 2021 and you need to add the offer to your card before you’re eligible. So basically 11 months to use these up. We are also seeing a similar benefit for business cards, but wireless instead of dining. To be eligible you must have been a cardholder prior to January 1, 2021.

Source: doctorofcredit.com

Do you need to physically show up at a hotel in order to check in?

Do you need to physically show up at a hotel in order to check in?


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The latest transfer bonus: Citi ThankYou to Avianca LifeMiles

The latest transfer bonus: Citi ThankYou to Avianca LifeMiles


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5 things you should know about Spirit’s revamped credit card lineup

5 things you should know about Spirit’s revamped credit card lineup


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These are the points I’m earning more of in 2021 — The Points Guy

These are the points I’m earning more of in 2021 — The Points Guy


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