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My Amex Platinum was targeted for this Saks Off 5th spend $150 get $30 back offer. Ironic since it’s the Amex Plat that includes $100 in Saks statement credits per year as a benefit. The catch is Off 5th doesn’t count. In fact, back when the credit was triggered by gift card purchases I would take those gift cards to Off 5th and bargain hunt my brains out. It’s not super cool flights and luxury hotel deals that float my boat…if I can get something designer at generic prices…count my boat as floated.
Unfamiliar with Amex Offers?
I get targeted for Amex Offers a lot because I keep multiple American Express cards. If you’re unfamiliar with how their program works, I highly recommend reading our detailed Amex Offers post.
Here are the 5 American Express Cards that I keep and links to their current offers, why we have them in our wallet, and recommend your consideration. Amex Offers are incredibly valuable for any member and how we earn back tons of points and credit every year, but also remember that you can earn referral bonuses on each and every card you carry ( go here ). It’s how we earn over 500k points a year without spending a dime.
- American Express Platinum
- American Express Gold
- American Express Business Platinum
- American Express Blue Business
- American Express Blue Business Plus
- American Express Green Card
A look at the Saks Off 5th Amex Offer
- Must spend $150 by 1/13/2020 to get $30 back
- Probably floating around with a 3k Membership Reward bonus as well ( what I would take )
- Must be in store at Saks off 5th or online at saksoff5th.com
- No gift cards
- No regular Saks 5th
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