6 New AMEX Offers (Plus a Bonus!): California Pizza Kitchen, Panera Bread, Budget, Olive Garden, Hilton, & More

6 New AMEX Offers (Plus a Bonus!): California Pizza Kitchen, Panera Bread, Budget, Olive Garden, Hilton, & More

Million Mile Secrets6 New AMEX Offers (Plus a Bonus!): California Pizza Kitchen, Panera Bread, Budget, Olive Garden, Hilton, & MoreMillion Mile Secrets Team

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Via Running With Miles and Deals We Like, you can get discounts on purchases you might make anyway with these new AMEX Offers!

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.

6 New AMEX Offers Plus A Bonus California Pizza Kitchen Panera Bread Budget Olive Garden Hilton More
Save Money (or Earn Bonus Points!) to Put Towards Your Next Trip When You Register Your Card for AMEX Offers and Pay With Your AMEX Card!

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.   California Pizza Kitchen

2.   Panera Bread

  • $20 back on a $100+ purchase
  • Check your AMEX account to register
  • Valid up to 3 times
  • Expires November 17, 2016

3.   Budget Car Rental

  • $20 back on a $200+ purchase
  • Check your AMEX account to see if you qualify
  • Expires August 31, 2016
  • Offer valid at Budget.com or at US Budget rental locations
  • Includes prepaid rentals booked and paid for by August 31, 2016

4.   Olive Garden

5.   Hilton

  • 3,000 bonus AMEX Membership Rewards points on a $200+ purchase
  • You must register your qualified AMEX card online
  • Expires October 18, 2016
  • Only valid at Hilton hotels in the US, Puerto Rico, and Guam
  • NOT valid on reservations made through booking sites like Orbitz or Priceline

6.   The Container Store


Have an AMEX charge card, like the AMEX Mercedes Benz Platinum or AMEX Premier Rewards Gold?  You can earn 10,000 bonus AMEX Membership Rewards points for enrolling in extended pay options.  And you do NOT have to carry a balance.  So it’s worth enrolling if you’ve been targeted!

But I always suggest paying your balance off in full every month.  Because the interest you accrue will likely negate any miles or points you’re earning!

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!


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That's a stupid offer from Panera. Unless you are catering you will not spend that much.

$100 at Panera? A meal there is around 10 dollars per person! From my reading of the offer, it is 100 at once, not cumulative.