How to Get 20% Discount at Amazon, Southwest, Whole Foods With AMEX Offers
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This is offer ends on December 31, 2014. Here’s how to get the deal!
How to Save $10
This AMEX Offer is a $10 statement credit when you make a single purchase of $50+ with your enrolled card at Office Depot, OfficeMax, or officedepot.com.
This offer is good through December 31, 2014, at stores in the US including Puerto Rico.
For folks using Twitter, tweet “#AmexOfficeDepot” to add the offer to your synced American Express card.
You’ll get a Twitter reply from @AmexSync telling you when you’ve been enrolled.Note: This promotion does NOT include electronic gift cards. But physical gift cards to other stores are fine!
Other exclusions are OfficeMax Online Business & Print Services through the Impress Print Center, military stores, outlet locations, and all 3rd party sites.
How to Get the $10 Credit More Than Once
If you have more than 1 AMEX card, try to get the credit for each card!
If the promotion appears in your AMEX Offers tab in your online account, you can open each of your AMEX cards in a separate browser tab. Then you could be able to get this deal on each card.
Or, create multiple twitter accounts and sync each card to a separate account.
You may have to write a different tweet the 2nd time. For example, you could tweet “#AmexOfficeDepot (space) 2″, or “#AmexOfficeDepot (space) again.”
But if I had to pick just 1 card, I’d probably choose AMEX SimplyCash because you get 5% cash back at office supply stores in the US!
Save 5% Without an American Express Card
Remember you always save 5% at office supply stores with the Chase Ink Plus, Ink Bold, and Ink Business Cash Credit Card. (Up to a limit of $50,000 with Ink Plus & Bold, and up to $25,000 with Ink Cash each card year.)
Bottom LineSave $10 off a single $50 purchase at Office Depot or OfficeMax (in-store or online) by connecting your American Express card to AMEX Offers.
There are restrictions but you can get physical gift cards to other stores such as AMC Theaters, Bath & Body Works, and Cheesecake Factory.
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