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Save on Alaska Airlines, hotel stays, and fancy rental cars with the latest Amex Offers

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Save on Alaska Airlines, hotel stays, and fancy rental cars with the latest Amex Offers

Joseph HostetlerSave on Alaska Airlines, hotel stays, and fancy rental cars with the latest Amex OffersMillion Mile Secrets Team

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There’s a new Amex Offer which will save you money on Alaska Airlines. And don’t forget, there are still fantastic offers for Marriott, Silvercar, and Turo. If you’re not familiar with these targeted deals that appear on some of the best credit cards for travel, check out our handy guide which covers everything you need to know about Amex Offers.

You’ll find Amex Offers at the bottom of your account summary page. Just click “Add to card” and you’ll be able to start saving and earning extra points.

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If you were planning to fly Alaska Airlines anyway, this latest Amex Offers is a pleasant surprise. (Photo by Digital Media Pro/Shutterstock)

Alaska Airlines

  • Spend $200+ and get $40 back
  • You can meet the spending requirement over multiple purchases
  • Offer expires January 31, 2020

Marriott luxury brands

  • Spend $500+ and get $100 back
  • Offer only valid at EDITION, Ritz-Carlton, The Luxury Collection, St. Regis, W Hotels and JW Marriott
  • Offer valid only at participating Marriott properties in the U.S. and U.S. territories, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean
  • Offer only valid at US locations, on the US website or via the US mobile app
  • Offer expires December 31, 2018

Silvercar

  • Spend $450+ and get $100 back
  • You can meet the spending requirement over multiple purchases
  • Car rentals must be returned and completed by offer end date
  • Offer expires February 22, 2020

Turo

  • Spend $150+ on room rate & room charges get $45 back
  • Cars must be returned and completed by offer end date
  • Offer expires March 13, 2020

You’ll want to be sure to add these deals to the best American Express cards that will earn you the most points for your purchase, like the Hilton Honors American Express Surpass® Card, if you’re paying for a Hilton stay. The Platinum Card® from American Express would make the most sense to use for the Alaska offer, since it earns 5x points on airfare purchased directly from the airline.

Or consider using a no-annual-fee card like The Blue Business®️ Plus Credit Card from American Express (See Rates & Fees).  It earns 2 Amex Membership Rewards points on every purchase (up to $50,000 per calendar year, then 1 Amex Membership Rewards point after that).

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For rates and fees of the Blue Business Plus Card, please click here.

The Blue Business® Plus Credit Card from American Express

The Blue Business® Plus Credit Card from American Express

  • Get rewarded for business as usual. Earn 2X Membership Rewards® points on everyday business purchases such as office supplies or client dinners.
  • 2X applies to the first $50,000 in purchases per year, 1 point per dollar thereafter.
  • Enjoy the flexibility to put more purchases on the Card and earn rewards when you buy above your credit limit*.
  • You’ve got the power to use your Card beyond its credit limit* with Expanded Buying Power.
  • More buying power for your business means more opportunities to earn points. That’s everyday business with the Blue Business Plus Card.
  • *The amount you can spend above your credit limit is not unlimited. It adjusts with your use of the Card, your payment history, credit record, financial resources known to us, and other factors.
  • 0.0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers for 12 months from the date of account opening, then a variable rate, 13.24% - 19.24%, based on your creditworthiness and other factors as determined at the time of account opening.
  • No Annual Fee
  • Terms Apply
  • See Rates & Fees
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Have reservations for an upcoming stay at Embassy Suites, so this ($50 statement credit) should be found money, thanks!

Good to hear! Just remember to enroll your AMEX card before you pay for the room.

I wonder what “insurance” bill includes ~ health, homeowners, auto, life, etc? Read the fine print but it doesn’t really clarify.

Good question Lauren. My guess is that it might be based on how it’s coded or the name of the company.

So for instance if they see a charge from one of the big insurance companies like Geico, Allstate, Nationwide, etc. it should qualify for the offer.

But again that’s just my best educated guess.

I read the terms, I do NOT believe that multiple reservations or stays will qualify for the $60 Marriott deal…the wording implies stay not stays. Please correct me if I am wrong!

You’re right, thanks for pointing that out. I updated the post.

does room tax count toward the total amount?

Hi Joe! Taxes should count toward the total amount. I was able to find a few reports from others online from old AMEX offers that had the same fine print verbiage, and they said taxes counted in the overall amount needed to get the offer