[Amex Offer] Spend $300 at Delta Get $60 Back
American Express has added a great new offer for travel on Delta Air Lines. Spend $300 at Delta and get $60 back. The offer is a one-time statement credit which must be used by January 9th, 2019. This Delta Amex offer is targeted as I was only able to pull it up on my Amex Business Platinum Card.
In order to take advantage of the offer, it must be for flights that originate in the United States. Further, as is the case with all Amex Offers, you don’t need to spend $300 in one transaction. You can make multiple transactions to hit the $300 threshold if needed.
Additionally, the offer states that purchases made directly with Delta through delta.com will qualify. This means that you should be able to buy Delta gift cards and be eligible for the $60 credit.
Thrifty Tip #1: If you have the offer on your American Express Platinum Card, you will earn 5x points per dollar spent on the airfare purchase.
Where to find Amex Offers
If you haven’t used Amex Offers before, simply log into your American Express account and scroll down near the bottom of the screen and there should be a box called Amex Offers & Benefits (this is available through the Amex mobile app as well). If you see an offer you like, simply add the offer to the card and make a qualifying purchase at that business with your card. You should receive a statement credit for the offer within a few days of making a purchase.
Thrifty Tip #2: Not familiar with Amex Offers? See our complete guide to using Amex Offers.
I’m a fan of Amex offers because they’re basically free money for spending I am going to do anyhow. They also represent another way to justify the cost of a credit card annual fee. Make sure to check your various American Express credit cards because each one can have different offers. However, as mentioned above, it looks like this Delta Amex offer is targeted. The offers change almost daily, so add this one now before it disappears.
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