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New AMEX Offers: Save With Hyatt, Staples, GoDaddy, and Casper Mattress (Targeted)

New AMEX Offers:  Save With Hyatt, Staples, GoDaddy, and Casper Mattress (Targeted)

Million Mile SecretsNew AMEX Offers:  Save With Hyatt, Staples, GoDaddy, and Casper Mattress (Targeted)Million Mile Secrets Team

There are a few new AMEX offers folks might be interested in!

You can save with Hyatt, Staples, GoDaddy, and Casper Mattress.

AMEX Offers are targeted, so sign-in to your American Express online account to see if you qualify.  Then add the deal to your card to take advantage of the offer.

New AMEX Offers Save With Hyatt Staples GoDaddy And Casper Mattress Targeted
Save $60 on a Hyatt Stay of $200+ With AMEX Offers!

Let’s look at these new deals.

1.   Hyatt

2.    Staples

3.   GoDaddy

4.   Casper Mattress

  • $75 back on a purchase of $350+ in 1 or more transactions after registering your AMEX card online
  • Expires November 11, 2016
  • Valid only on US website, and for products not shipped outside the US
  • Transaction must be made directly with the merchant

Don’t forget to read my post about other current AMEX Offers!  Like discounts with ANA, Home Depot, Undercover Tourist, and Hulu.

Bottom Line

There are currently great targeted AMEX Offers for Hyatt, Staples, GoDaddy, and Casper Mattress.

I love AMEX Offers because they’re an easy way to save money on purchases you would likely make anyway!

Will you take advantage of any of these deals?

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  • 1:1 point transfer to leading airline and hotel loyalty programs
  • Get 25% more value when you redeem for travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards. For example, 50,000 points are worth $625 toward travel.
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Will the Hyatt offer still work for points plus cash room bookings?

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@Vishal - It "may" be possible, but as you point out the terms say that you can't.

@Mary Buchanan - They may be targeted.

@Bill - I don't see why not!

Good Morning, Went to view Am Ex offers and could not find Hyatt. There was one for the Hilton.

The Hyatt offer specifies these terms:

"Offer only valid on room rate and room charges. ....

Excludes purchases of Gold Passport rewards points. Excludes physical gift and e-gift card purchases."