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Via Deals We Like, some folks are getting an AMEX Sync Offer for a $25 statement credit for spending $25 at Costco. This is like getting free money!
Check your AMEX account to see if you’ve been targeted for this offer!
This deal expires August 15, 2014.
Find Out If You’ve Been Targeted & Get the Credit
Not everyone is eligible for this deal. Here’s how to see if you have been targeted and how to get the $25 statement credit for spending $25 at Costco.
Step 1 – Sign-in to Your Account
Log into your American Express account.
Step 2 – Check Your Offers
Click on the “AMEX Offers for You” tab at the bottom of the page to see if you’ve been targeted for the $25 Costco credit.
Step 3 – Save the Offer
If you find the Costco offer in your account, click the “Save Offer” button.
Step 4 – Use Your Card at Costco
Now use your AMEX card to make a purchase of $25 or more by August 15, 2014, and you will get $25 credited to your account.
You May Be Able to Get This Offer More Than Once!
If you see the AMEX Sync Offer for the $25 Costco statement credit on multiple AMEX cards, you may be able to take advantage of this offer more than once!
To do this, just open each credit card account in a separate browser and click “Save Offer” in 1 account right after the other.
Check your American Express account to see if you’ve been targeted for the AMEX Sync Offer of a $25 credit when you spend $25 or more at Costco.
This offer expires, August 15, 2014.
This is an amazing deal, so I hope you can take advantage of it! Happy shopping and have a wonderful 4th of July weekend!
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