New AMEX Offers: Omni Hotels,, Texas de Brazil, and More!

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Via Running With Miles, there are new AMEX Offers that can help you save cash on purchases you might make anyway!

AMEX Offers are an easy way to save money.  To use these deals, just add the offers to your AMEX card.  Then you’ll earn a statement credit when you make a qualifying purchase.
New AMEX Offers Omni Hotels Texas De Brazil And More
Save on Incredible Omni Hotels & Resorts With This New AMEX Offer!

AMEX Offers are targeted, so you’ll need to sign-in to your American Express account to see which deals you qualify for.

Let’s look at these new offers!

1.   Omni Hotels & Resorts

  • $60 back on a $300+ stay (room rate and room charges) at Omni Hotels & Resorts when you reserve with your registered AMEX card
  • Only valid for US hotels
  • Reservations must be made directly with Omni Hotels & Resorts
  • Only valid for stays through September 30, 2017
  • Expires September 30, 2017

2.   Houzz


  • $50 back on a purchase of $200+ when you register your qualified card
  • The $200 minimum can be in multiple transactions
  • Expires September 4, 2017

4.   Texas de Brazil

  • $20 back when you spend $100+ with your registered AMEX card
  • Only valid in-restaurant (you can’t buy restaurant gift cards online)
  • Expires August 31, 2017

And don’t forget about last week’s great AMEX Offers for Father’s Day.  Lots of those offers are still available!

Bottom Line

There are a few valuable new AMEX Offers right now!  You can save $50 off $200+ at Glasses.comOr $60 back on a $300+ stay at Omni Hotels & Resorts.

Let me know if you have any other interesting offers in your AMEX account!

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