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You may be able to get $15 off your next purchase of $100 or more at Staples.com. Log into your American Express account to see if you’ve been targeted for this offer that expires July 31, 2014.
And this is an especially good deal for folks who don’t have a Chase Ink card. I’ll explain why!
Were You Targeted for This Offer?
It’s easy to check.
Step 1 – Log Into Your AMEX Account & Look for the Offer
You must have an American Express credit card to get AMEX Offers.
Then click on the “Offers for You” tab at the bottom of the page.
Step 2 – Save the Offer
If you find the Staples.com offer, click the “Save Offer” button.
Step 3 – Shop on Staples.com
Use your card to make a purchase of $100 or more at Staples.com and receive a $15 statement credit from American Express.
Folks with the Chase Ink Bold, Ink Plus, or Ink Cash card are accustomed to getting 5% cash back (or receiving 5X Chase Ultimate Rewards points) when shopping at office supply stores such as Staples.com. And when they sign-up for the Visa SavingsEdge program, they save an additional 1% on purchases at Staples. Here are Visa SavingsEdge instructions and details.
So this AMEX Offer is a chance to get a discount with your American Express card.
Log into your American Express account and click “AMEX Offers for You” to see if you’ve been targeted to get $15 back on a $100 purchase at Staples.com. Remember, you can also buy $100 or $200 Visa gift cards at Staples.com. The offer expires July 31, 2014.
You may also have been targeted for a $20 statement credit when you spend $20 at Amazon. And there is another AMEX Offer for a $25 credit when you spend $25 at Costco. If you’re not a Costco member, this could reduce the price of your new membership.