6 New AMEX Offers: $50 Off Embassy Suites, $20 Off Bliss, & More!

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AMEX Offers has new ways you can save on hotels, cosmetics, clothing, and airfare with your American Express card!

If you’re new to AMEX Offers, see my post on how to register.  And you may even be able to get these savings with each AMEX card in your wallet.

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There’s a New AMEX Offer That Can Save You $50 at Embassy Suites Hotels Like This 1 in Puerto Rico!

To tweet offers, use a connected AMEX card and check for confirmation from AMEX.  Some of these deals are targeted, so sign-in to your American Express online account to see if you qualify.

Here’s a look at all the new ways you can save!

1.   Embassy Suites

  • $50 back when you spend $250+ at Embassy Suites hotels in the US & US territories, tweet #AmexEmbassy to register
  • Expires December 21, 2015
  • Reservations must be made at embassysuites.hilton.com, via the Hilton app, or by calling 800-445-8667
  • NOT valid on stays booked before or after this promotion
  • See full terms & exclusions here

2.   Bliss

  • $20 back when you spend $75+, tweet #Amexbliss to register
  • Expires December 21, 2015
  • Valid in-store and online, wholesale purchases NOT included
  • See full terms & exclusions here
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You Could Use This $20 Statement Credit at Bliss Towards Your Upcoming Holiday Gifts!

3.   MountainHardwear.com (Targeted)

  • $50 back when you spend $250+
  • Expires November 19, 2015
  • Valid online only, in-store purchases excluded

4.   LastCall.com (Targeted)

  • $30 back when you spend $150+
  • Expires November 22, 2015
  • Valid online only, NOT valid at Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, Horchow, or Cusp, in-store purchases and phone orders are excluded

5.   AMEX Travel

  • Save 20% to 40% on select hotels in the US, Mexico, Caribbean, and Asia
  • Book by October 31, 2015, for stays through November 15, 2015
  • Offers vary by hotel, blackout dates may apply
  • See full terms & exclusions here

6.   Virgin Atlantic (Targeted)

  • $200 back when you spend $1,000+
  • Expires December 31, 2015
  • Valid on airline tickets purchased directly via VirginAtlantic.com or the Virgin Atlantic mobile app
  • NOT valid at Virgin Vacations, Virgin America, Virgin Australia, and Virgin.com.  Car rentals, hotel bookings, Little Red flights, Little Red offers, Retail Therapy Shop, Foreign Currency Exchange services and Virgin Atlantic Cargo are also excluded
  • Excludes gift cards, in-flight purchases, vacation packages, award bookings, purchases or transfers of Virgin Atlantic miles
  • AMEX Prepaid and Corporate cards do NOT qualify
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I’d Rather Use Miles & Points to Fly, but If You Can’t Find an Award Seat, Saving as Much as 20% on Virgin Atlantic Is a Good Deal

Bottom Line

You can save at Embassy Suites, bliss, MountainHardwear.com, Lastcall.com, AMEX Travel, and Virgin Atlantic, with the latest AMEX Offers.

AMEX Offers are a terrific way to save on purchases you’d make anyway.  Plus, you can stack these deals with other discounts, coupons, and shopping portals for Big Savings!

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