4 New AMEX Offers (Plus Expiring Deals!): Save at Best Western, The Washington Post, Kipling USA, & Your Cable or Satellite TV Bill

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Via Running With Miles, you can get discounts on purchases you might make anyway with new AMEX Offers.  And Deals We Like reminded us there are a few good AMEX Offers expiring today, September 30, 2016!

To take advantage of these deals, just add them to your card.  Then you’ll earn a statement credit when you make a qualifying purchase.  It’s an easy way to save money!

AMEX Offers
Save on Luggage at Kipling USA With a New Offer From American Express!
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 how you can save!

New AMEX Offers

1.   Best Western

2.   The Washington Post

  • $50 back on a $50+ purchase
  • Check your AMEX account to register
  • Must be a single purchase
  • Valid for online yearly subscriptions, reprints and permissions and gift subscriptions only
  • NOT valid on print subscriptions
  • Expires December 28, 2016

3.   Kipling USA

  • $25 back on a $125+ purchase
  • Check your AMEX account to register
  • Valid in-store or online
  • Time to grab that perfect suitcase for your next adventure 😉
  • Expires November 15, 2016

4.   Cable & Satellite TV

  • 10% off your cable or satellite TV bill after registering your qualified AMEX card online
  • Maximum $30 in statement credits
  • Valid for bill payments made directly to your cable or satellite TV provider (like Charter or DirecTV)
  • Expires January 31, 2017

Last Chance for These AMEX Offers

All of these offers expire TODAY, September 30, 2016!

And don’t forget, you can get these discounts more than once if you have multiple AMEX cards!

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