Targeted AMEX Offer: Save 20% Off a Delta Purchase

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There’s a new targeted AMEX Offer to get $200 back on combined purchases of $1,000+ with Delta.

If you’re targeted, you’ll have to spend $1,000+ directly with Delta by September 30, 2016, to qualify for the statement credit.

For similar previous AMEX offers, purchasing Delta gift cards usually qualifies to get the savings.  If you don’t have any upcoming Delta flights to book, you can purchase gift cards and use them for flights at a later date.

I purchased some Delta gift cards for this offer and I’ll be sure to let you know if it works!

Targeted AMEX Offer Save 20 Off A Delta Purchase
Get $200 Back on a Purchase of $1,000+ With a New Targeted AMEX Offer

I’ll share more details about the current offer.

What’s the Deal?

The Delta AMEX offer is targeted.  So sign-in to your American Express online account to see if you qualify.

To take advantage of the offer, just add the deal to your card.  A previous Delta AMEX offer was only available for a few days.  So act quickly if you think you’ll benefit from this savings.

Then, you’ll need to spend $1,000+ in combined purchases by September 30, 2016, to get the $200 statement credit.

The Points Guy reports Delta AMEX cardholders don’t seem to be targeted.  But it’s worth checking just in case.  That’s because if you recently signed-up for the increased sign-up bonuses on the AMEX Delta cards, you’ll get a statement credit when you make a Delta purchase in the first 3 months of opening your account.

Besides purchasing Delta gift cards, here are some things that count toward the $1,000+ in spending:

Note that in-flight Wi-Fi purchases do not count towards the spending for this offer.

Were you targeted for the Delta AMEX offer?

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