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New AMEX Offer: $100 Off Luxury Hotels

New AMEX Offer: $100 Off Luxury Hotels

Million Mile SecretsNew AMEX Offer: $100 Off Luxury HotelsMillion Mile Secrets Team

Via Frequent Miler, there’s a new useful AMEX Offer for folks with an upcoming stay at Ritz-Carlton!  But you’ll have to book by December 11, 2017.

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

New AMEX Offer 100 Off Luxury Hotels
Stay at the Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia for Less With This AMEX Offer

Here are the details!

Ritz-Carlton AMEX Offer

Until December 11, 2017, you can get a $100 statement credit on a $500+ stay at Ritz-Carlton!  There are ~40 Ritz-Carlton hotels in the US that you can use this deal with.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • You must book directly through the Ritz-Carlton website, Ritz-Carlton app, or by calling 800-542-8680
  • Only valid for Ritz-Carlton hotels in the US and its territories
  • NOT valid for Ritz-Carlton Luxury Vacation Packages, Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Ritz-Carlton Residences, or any timeshares
  • You should receive the credit within 90 days of the promotion end date.
  • Tweet #AmexRC

This offer is limited to 1 statement credit per eligible AMEX card.  But remember, if you have multiple AMEX cards, you can get this deal more than once!

Is This a Good Deal?

If you already have a Ritz-Carlton stay planned, this deal is a no-brainer!  But it could also put a Ritz-Carlton stay in reach of folks who wouldn’t normally splurge for a 5-star hotel.

A weekend at the Ritz-Carlton Buckhead in Atlanta costs $534 after taxes & fees.  But with this AMEX Offer, it will cost $434 after taxes & fees.

Or you could treat this AMEX Offer as a free upgrade during your stay!  For example, a junior suite costs ~$100 more than a regular room at the Ritz-Carlton San Francisco.  Team member Joseph stayed at this hotel last Thanksgiving and loved its stately architecture and great location.

New AMEX Offer 100 Off Luxury Hotels
Celebrate Turkey Day Just Like Back in 1621 – With an Upgraded Room at the Ritz-Carlton! 😉

Bottom Line

You’ll save $100 off a stay of $500+ at Ritz-Carlton hotels after you load this AMEX Offer to your AMEX card, and use it to pay for your stay!

This offer is valid until December 11, 2017.  You must book directly with Ritz-Carlton, and only stays in the US or US territories qualify.

Let me know if you book a trip!

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