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Via, Deals We Like, you can get a $25 statement credit from American Express Offers when you spend $250 at Best Buy by September 2, 2014.
$25 Statement Credit for Spending $250 at Best Buy
You can get a $25 statement credit when you spend $250 at Best Buy in the US by September 2, 2014. Electronic gift cards are excluded.
But you can buy physical gift cards to other stores like Amazon and iTunes.
You get the $25 statement credit for both in-store and online purchases. Your order has to ship before September 2, 2014, to get the $25 statement credit.
How to Register Your AMEX
You have to register for this promotion via Twitter, by tweeting #AmexBestBuy.
Usually, you can log into your American Express account to see if you were targeted for these offers.
In general, you can still register your American Express card through:
- Twitter (“tweet” promotion code)
- Facebook (“like” the promotion)
- Foursquare (“check in” for the promotion)
You will NOT see the same promotions on each site. So if you can’t find a specific offer on 1 site, check another site.
What Can You Buy to Get the $25 Statement Credit?
If you don’t have any upcoming Best Buy purchases, you can buy:
- A $250 Best Buy gift card
- Gift cards to other stores like, Amazon.com and iTunes
However, you can NOT buy eGift cards. So if you’re buying a gift card, buy a physical gift card!
You can get a $25 Amex statement credit after spending $250 at Best Buy by September 2, 2014.
Be sure to keep up with the latest Amex Offers. Check to see if you were targeted for the $20 statement credit for spending $20 at Amazon and the $25 statement credit for spending $25 at Costco promotions.
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