News You Can Use – $100 Hotel Discount, Whole Foods Deal, 1,000 Airline Miles at Starwood Hotels, 2-for-1 Broadway Tickets
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1. $100 Off $600+ at Hotels
Don’t forget, you can save $100 when you spend $600+ (in a single purchase) on hotels at AMEXTravel.com. Tweet “#AmexTravel100” to @AMEXOffers with your connected account or check your AMEX online account to register.
This deal is good through September 30, 2015. Enrollment is limited so it’s a good idea to register now just in case you might use this deal in the future.
Book now, pay later hotels do NOT qualify.
You may be able to get this deal more than once. If you’re new to AMEX Offers check out my post on how to get started.
2. 1,000 Points for Spending $50+ at Whole Foods
When you spend $50 or more at Whole Foods (in-store only), you can earn 1,000 AMEX Membership Rewards bonus points.
That’s worth $10 in travel through AMEX Pay with Points or $10 in Amazon gift cards. And you can get even more from your AMEX Membership Rewards points by transferring to travel partners!
Check your American Express account to see if you were targeted for this offer. This deal expires on October 31, 2015, but enrollment is limited.
If you’re new to AMEX Offers, see my step-by-step guide on finding and registering for these deals.
And you may be able to get this deal on each AMEX card in your wallet!
Terms & Conditions
- In-store only
- Food trucks, InstaCart, Wine Club, Whole Journeys, Charity Organizations, and Foundations are excluded
Better yet, you can save 15% at Whole Foods by purchasing Whole Foods gift cards on Amazon with your Discover it® Cash Back card through the Giving Assistant shopping portal.
If you have the Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express you can save 6% at supermarkets like Whole Foods.
Or you can save 5% at Whole Foods every day when you buy Whole Foods gift cards at office supply stores with cards like:
- AMEX SimplyCash – 5% cash back at US office supply stores
- Chase Ink Bold (no longer available), Chase Ink Business Cash Credit Card, Chase Ink Plus – 5X Chase Ultimate Rewards points at office supply stores
3. 1,000 American Airlines Miles for a Weekend Stay at Starwood Hotels
You can earn 1,000 American Airlines bonus miles for completing at weekend stay at participating Starwood hotels in North and Latin America by January 31, 2016. But availability for this promotion is limited.
You must stay at least 2 nights and enroll in Starwood’s Airline Direct Deposit program to earn the bonus miles. Starwood has great participating hotels in popular tourist spots like Buenos Aires, Cancun, Florida, and Punta Cana.
And if you pay with your Starwood Preferred Guest from American Express personal or small business card, you’ll earn 2 Starwood points per $1 spent on your stay.
This deal should keep your American Airlines miles from expiring for another 18 months. However, be sure you compare prices before you book!
4. 2-for-1 Broadway Tickets
Folks visiting New York City soon can get half-price tickets to shows like:
Plus, you can upgrade your seats for $20 per ticket.
This deal is good for shows from September 7, 2015, to September 20, 2015. But some shows have already sold out, so act fast!
And if you pay with your Citi Prestige or Citi ThankYou Premier card, you can earn 2X Citi ThankYou points!
Also, see my guide on other ways to save money in the Big Apple!
So I hinted earlier that we’d be holding TWO giveaways this week. Our usual weekly contest is Saturday. The bonus giveaway will be on a different day, so stay tuned for your chance to win 10,000 airline miles!
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