New AMEX Offers! Save at Sears, FedEx, Olive Garden, & Five Guys!

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New AMEX Offers have been loaded!  And just in time for the frenzied shopping season.

Via Deals We Like, you can get discounts on purchases with Sears, FedEx, and certain restaurants.

AMEX Offers are an easy way to save money.  And to take advantage of these deals, just add the offers to your card.  Then you’ll earn a statement credit when you make a qualifying purchase.

New AMEX Offers Save At Sears FedEx Olive Garden Five Guys

Save Money on Purchases You Would Make Anyway, Like Eating at Certain Restaurants

Sign-in to your American Express online account to see if you qualify, because sometimes these deals are targeted.

Let’s take a look at ways you can save!

1.   Sears.com

2.   Olive Garden

  • $10 back when you spend $40+ at Olive Garden in a single purchase
  • Offer valid in-restaurant purchases (you can’t buy gift cards online)
  • Service bundles that include your wireless bill may be eligible
  • Check your AMEX account to register
  • You can also register by tweeting #AMEXOliveGarden
  • Expires January 31, 2017

3.   Five Guys

  • $5 back on a $20+ purchase
  • Check your AMEX account to see if you qualify
  • Offer valid for in-store gift cards (not online)
  • Tweet #AMEXFiveGuys
  • Only 1 statement credit per AMEX card
  • You can also register by tweeting #AMEXFiveGuys
  • Expires December 31, 2016

4.   FedEx

  • $5 back on a $10+ purchase after registering your qualified AMEX card online
  • The qualifying $10 can be in multiple transactions
  • Offer valid for in-store and online purchases
  • You can also register by tweeting #AMEXFedEx
  • Expires January 31, 2017

Bonus!

If you added the Bonefish Grill AMEX Offer to your card a couple of weeks ago, ($10 back on a $40+ purchase), you can stack this deal with the current Bonefish Grill promotion.  Purchase $50 in gift cards in-store, and receive $50 in bonus gifts (restrictions apply).

This promotion ends December 2, 2016.

There are too many great AMEX Offers to list, from luggage to department stores to restaurants to cable TV!  AMEX is trying to keep folks using their credit cards during the shopping season.  So check your account for discounts on other things that suit your lifestyle, or the lifestyles of those you’ll be shopping for!

Don’t forget, if you have have multiple AMEX cards you can also get these discounts more than once.  And check out my post with more current AMEX Offers for more savings!

Bottom Line

There are new AMEX Offers that could save you a lot of money in the next month, like:

  • $10 back on a purchase of $50+ at Sears.com
  • $10 back when you spend $40+ at Olive Garden
  • $5 back on a $10+ purchase with FedEx

Check your account to see which offers you qualify for.  Then attach the offer to your AMEX card!

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One response to “New AMEX Offers! Save at Sears, FedEx, Olive Garden, & Five Guys!

  1. I didn’t see in the fine print that the Sears offer excluded gift cards – am I missing something?