$5 Credit From AMEX for New York City Restaurant Week
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Don’t forget to follow me on Facebook or Twitter!Restaurant Week in New York City is from February 17, 2014 to March 7, 2014. American Express will give you a $5 statement credit each time you spend $25 or more at participating restaurants.
Restaurant week is a great way to try new restaurants without spending a lot of money. However, this promotion only helps if you live in New York City or are visiting.
Here’s How You Get Your $5 CreditStep 1
Link: Register for $5 Back for Restaurant Week
Register your American Express card by completing the form with your name, card number, and email address.
Link: New York City Restaurant Week
Use your American Express card to dine in NYC at a participating restaurant and spend at least $25.
Get a $5 credit for each meal of $25 or more.
Your credit will appear on your statement within 8 weeks after American Express receives the charge from the merchant.
Terms & Conditions
You must register before March 7, 2014, but you might want to sign-up soon because registration is limited.
The terms say that you can only register one card and your purchase must be made directly through the merchant to qualify. That said, I haven’t tried registering more than one card.
You will not receive the credit if you use a prepaid card, a corporate card, or an electronic wallet.
Restaurant Week in New York City is from February 17, 2014 to March 7, 2014. And American Express will give you a $5 statement credit for every purchase of $25 or more at participating restaurants.
Emily and I love to experience different restaurants when we travel, and restaurant weeks are a great way to try new restaurants when we travel.
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