Limited Time: $10 Statement Credits With New AMEX Express Checkout

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Until September 7, 2015, you can earn a $10 AMEX statement credit when you use AMEX Express Checkout to pay for a purchase at certain online merchants.

AMEX Express Checkout is a new service which allows you to quickly pay for online purchases by logging-in with your existing American Express account.

Limited Time 10 Statement Credits With New AMEX Express Checkout

AMEX Express Checkout Promises to Be a Fast and Easy Way to Pay for Online Purchases – and for a Limited Time, You Can Earn a $10 Statement Credit for Trying It!

Let’s see how AMEX Express Checkout works and where you can use it to earn a $10 statement credit!

What’s the Deal?

Link:   AMEX Express Checkout

Link:   AMEX Express Checkout FAQs

If you’re an American Express cardholder and have an online AMEX account, you can use AMEX Express Checkout.  You do NOT need to complete additional steps to sign-up.

To pay with AMEX Express Checkout, click the AMEX Express Checkout option on the payment screen at participating merchants.

Limited Time 10 Statement Credits With New AMEX Express Checkout

Find the AMEX Express Checkout Icon on the Payment Screen to Sign-In and Securely Pay for Your Purchase

Currently, you can use AMEX Express Checkout at:

And until September 7, 2015, you’ll earn a 1-time $10 statement credit when you use AMEX Express Checkout to pay at any of these merchants.

Limited Time 10 Statement Credits With New AMEX Express Checkout

Earn $10 Back When You Use AMEX Express Checkout at Certain Online Retailers Until September 7, 2015

You’ll only earn the statement credit ONCE per American Express online account, per merchant.  So it looks like you can earn $10 once per store until the deadline!

AMEX Express Checkout Is Easy to Use!

I gave AMEX Express Checkout a try at NewEgg, an online electronics store.

On the payment screen, I clicked on the AMEX Express Checkout icon.  A new window opened up prompting me for my American Express log-in and password.

Limited Time 10 Statement Credits With New AMEX Express Checkout

Fill in Your AMEX User ID and Password to Use AMEX Express Checkout

You’ll see a list of card accounts associated with your User ID.  Choose the card you want to use.

If it’s your 1st time using AMEX Express Checkout, you’ll be asked to check your email for a 1-time verification code.  Once you’ve received it and entered it, you can continue with your purchase.

Limited Time 10 Statement Credits With New AMEX Express Checkout

AMEX Will Verify Your Identity the 1st Time You Sign-In by Sending You a 1-Time Access Code

What I like about AMEX Express Checkout is that it auto-fills the billing and shipping details for you.  It’s a great time-saver.

Limited Time 10 Statement Credits With New AMEX Express Checkout

You Don’t Have to Enter Your Billing and Shipping Address or Card Number When You Use AMEX Express Checkout

AMEX says you’ll receive your $10 statement credit within 90 days of September 7, 2015.  The deal is only valid ONCE per online merchant, per AMEX account.

But there’s no minimum to spend, so if you find an item for $10 (or less) you could get it for free!  🙂

Limited Time 10 Statement Credits With New AMEX Express Checkout

$10 Off Is a Nice Little Discount – and Because There’s NO Minimum to Spend, You Could Get Free Stuff!

Remember, AMEX cardholders qualify for other great discounts, like:

AMEX Offers – Having more than 1 AMEX card gives you more opportunity to be targeted for these discounts.  And you can get the same offer on multiple cards!

ShopRunnerGet free membership in ShopRunner by having an AMEX card.  You’ll get free shipping and discounts from dozens of online merchants.

AMEX OPEN – (business cards only) –  Automatically earn discounts when you use your AMEX business card at participating merchants, like FedEx and Hertz.

Small Business SaturdayHopefully they bring Small Business Saturday back this year.  You can earn statement credits for each AMEX card you hold.

Bottom Line

AMEX Express Checkout is a new service that allows you to pay quickly and securely at participating online merchants.

If you have an AMEX online account, you can use AMEX Express Checkout.  And until September 7, 2015, you’ll earn a $10 statement credit (once per merchant, per AMEX User ID) at select online retailers.

I like AMEX Express Checkout because you don’t have to fill in your card or shipping details.  And a free $10 credit for shopping at participating stores is a great deal!

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7 responses to “Limited Time: $10 Statement Credits With New AMEX Express Checkout

  1. Ticketmaster checkout dont have this function yet. FYI

  2. Can I unlink all my cards from my login and create a separate account for each? This would allow me to scale to the number Amex CCs I have. Thoughts?

  3. Fyi. Southwest’s rapid rewards shopping portal allows you to earn 1400 points for a wsj subscription that only cost $12. You are in a sense buying $20 worth of points for $2 after the $10 credit. And if you happen to enjoy the wsj, that is just an added bonus.

  4. Is account considered online account/user id or credit card account? Because both of my cards are under one online account/user id which means I’d only be able to use it once per merchant if it considers the account the online user account rather than credit card account.

  5. @David @Ray – Yes, creating separate accounts for each card is the way to go.
    This can also help with getting/using (other) Amex offers for each card, as they are usually given per account, not per card.

  6. @Vishal @ David @ Ray,
    For this offer it may make sense, but there might be a risk that Amex will not look kindly if someone has 25 separate login accounts. Might be pretty obvious what you are doing. It’s probably little risk but worth considering. All other Amex offers, typically sync offers via Twitter or via your cards, can be synced to all cards not per account if you know the tricks, opening multiple tabs, etc. Example I have 2 login accounts, one with 5 cards and one with 4 cards (my AU cards from my wife). For this offer I can get the $10 credit twice only per merchant. If I create 9 separate logins I can get conceivably $180. Sync offers are easier unless specifically targeted.

  7. can i get $10 credit on the same card for each of the retailers for example a credit for newegg.com and Barkbox and so on for the for the same card?