American Express

August 20

AMEX & Shop.ca: $50 rebate on $200 Purchase with Enrolled Card

Posted by on August 20, 2014 at 11:30 PM

AMEX & Shop.ca: $50 rebate on $200 Purchase with Enrolled Card

American Express has teamed up with Shop.ca to get their card users additional rewards when they shop at the online retail store. Register your AMEX card through the below link. Then, when you spend $200 before the 30th of September at Shop.ca, you will receive a $50 rebate.

This promotion started in July, but I could not find the details on it until recently. If you have made purchases on your AMEX card without registering for this promotion, those purchases will not count towards the $200 required for your $50 rebate.

The $200 required for the rebate is cumulative: it does not need to be spent all in one purchase. However, you do need to earn it before the end of September to qualify. Your $50 rebate will be given in the form of a one-time $50 Statement Credit after the promotional period is over. As I understand it, you should receive the $50 credit in October if you meet the terms.

Shop.ca often has good deals on household goods, fashion, personal care, tools, and more. Less than a week ago, Eva mentioned this good deal on HS Socks for men.

I found several other deals on their website right now. Receive 35% off portable solar panels that are great for charging your phone on the go. For $129.99, you receive a four pack of panels for harnessing the sun’s energy with adapters to match your cell phone. Each panel is small enough to fit in your pocket! Just remember to take it out of your pocket for charging.

Are you trying to find the right gift for the meat lover in your family? I think I might have the perfect thing. Give your favourite carnivore the Artisanal Charcuterie Box with Free Carnivore Club T-Shirt for $55. The box itself comes with four to six handcrafted cured artisan meats and you receive a free t-shirt to boot. The box is supposed to change each month as well.

BCBGeneration has up to 60% off shoes on Shop.ca. Choose from heels or wedges. The selection is not large, but you do not need isles of shoes to find your dream pair. Sizes are limited.

Shop.ca offers free shipping on every order. They are somewhat of a one-stop shop these days, or at least that is what they are becoming. If you have an AMEX card, I hope you can take advantage of this offer and get that $50 rebate.

(Expiry: 30th September 2014)

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June 21

American Express Gold Rewards Card With 15k to 25k Welcome points

Posted by on June 21, 2012 at 9:00 PM

American Express Gold Rewards Card With 15k to 25k Welcome points

American Express Canada is offering welcome bonus points” to new members. Receive 15,000 bonus points for personal use card by making $500 in purchases during the first 3 months of membership. For the small business owners card, receive 25,000 bonus points when purchases reach $3000 within the first 3 months of membership . There is no annual fee for the 1st year, a savings of $150 to $180 depending on card chosen.

We don’t often write about credit cards here on Bargainmoose as we’re more into everyday deals and spending, but sometimes there’s a good offer on a credit card which needs a mention. And I am pretty sure that most of the Bargainmoosers have a credit card or two on the go, and don’t mind switching between cards to make sure you get the best offers and rates.

Benefits of American Express Card:

  • earn double points on eligible purchases and travel
  • points never expire
  • use points to pay charges
  • transfer points to frequent flyer programs
  • no pre-set spending limit
  • no annual fee (for 1st year)
  • receive 1 free supplementary gold card (value of $50)
  • 0% interest if balance is paid monthly

Visit American Express membership rewards and benefits to view more details. Just make sure you read all the small print before you sign up to the American Express credit card, to make sure it will suit your needs.

If you shop with credit cards, which most of us do now, this might be worth a look. It doesn’t hurt to take advantage of free offers for something you’re going to use anyway!

(Expiry unknown)

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