Does This Negative Change to AMEX Offers Affect You?

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Via Frequent Miler, you will no longer be able to sync your AMEX cards with Twitter to take advantage of AMEX Offers.

AMEX Offers are a great way to save money on all sorts of purchases.  The deals are NOT going away, but you’ll now need to log-in to your AMEX account to add them to your card.

AMEX Offers Social Media Sync Is Dead
Earn Statement Credits for Things Like Shopping, Dining, and Travel With AMEX Offers

Here is what you need to know.

AMEX Offers No Longer Sync on Social Media

AMEX Offers help folks save money on purchases they’d likely make anyway.  Team member Jason has saved hundreds on hotels alone with AMEX Offers!

You can no longer add AMEX Offers to your American Express cards via Facebook and Twitter.

Now, you’ll have to log-in to your AMEX account and scroll down your account homepage to add each offer.  It’s no big hassle for most folks, but there are some consequences.

AMEX Offers Social Media Sync Is Dead
AMEX Offers Are Still Alive, but You’ll Have to Log-in to Your AMEX Account to Add Them to Your Card

You can no longer add AMEX Offers to 3rd-party American Express cards (like Wells Fargo) that don’t have AMEX Offers on their account page.

And it deters folks from getting the same AMEX Offer on multiple cards.  Though there may still be a way to do it!

Bottom Line

AMEX Offers can no longer be added to your American Express card via social media.

So you’ll have to get the deals the old-fashioned way, by logging into your AMEX account.  And you can no longer add any offers to 3rd-party American Express cards that don’t have AMEX Offers in their account page.

Does this change affect you?

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