$25 Statement Credit When You Spend $250 at Best Buy!

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Via, Deals We Like, you can get a $25 statement credit from American Express Offers when you spend $250 at Best Buy by September 2, 2014.

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Shopping at Best Buy? Get $25 When You Spend $250

$25 Statement Credit for Spending $250 at Best Buy

You can get a $25 statement credit when you spend $250 at Best Buy in the US by September 2, 2014.  Electronic gift cards are excluded.

But you can buy physical gift cards to other stores like Amazon and iTunes.

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Tweet #AmexBestBuy to Get $25 Statement Credit With a Purchase of $250 at Best Buy

You get the $25 statement credit for both in-store and online purchases.  Your order has to ship before September 2, 2014, to get the $25 statement credit.

How to Register Your AMEX

You have to register for this promotion via Twitter, by tweeting #AmexBestBuy.

Usually, you can log into your American Express account to see if you were targeted for these offers.

In general, you can still register your American Express card through:

You will NOT see the same promotions on each site.  So if you can’t find a specific offer on 1 site, check another site.

What Can You Buy to Get the $25 Statement Credit?

If you don’t have any upcoming Best Buy purchases, you can buy:

  • A $250 Best Buy gift card
  • Gift cards to other stores like, Amazon.com and iTunes

However, you can NOT buy eGift cards.  So if you’re buying a gift card, buy a physical gift card!

Bottom Line

You can get a $25 Amex statement credit after spending $250 at Best Buy by September 2, 2014.

Be sure to keep up with the latest Amex Offers.  Check to see if you were targeted for the $20 statement credit for spending $20 at Amazon and the $25 statement credit for spending $25 at Costco promotions.

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