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To take advantage of an Amex offer, first save the offer to your card, then do the spending. There are a few ways to save offers to your card; http://www.amexoffers.com/ has links to most of them. Depending on the offer and depending on your Amex card, it may be available via none, one or more than one of these methods:

americanexpress.com web site
Log into the americanexpress.com web site. If you get the new version of the site, scroll down to Amex Offers & Benefits at the bottom of the page. If you get the old version, click the Amex Offers For You tab. You can also see on this web site which offers you already saved (even if you saved them via a method other than this web site) and which offers you already redeemed. This method is only available for Amex credit and charge cards issued by American Express.
The maximum number of offer that the site will show you is 100. If you already have 100 available offers, there may be other offers that they are prepared to show you, but are not showing you because you already have the maximum. To see additional offers, save one or more of your available offers and then refresh the list (F5 in most Windows browsers).

Saving an offer on AmericanExpress.com to one of your cards will automatically make it unavailable for the rest of your cards linked to the same login. The way to get around this is by opening all of your cards in separate tabs and then saving the offer in each.  **

**Sign into different tabs?!?
Sign onto your Amex account. card #1 is on the page.  scroll to offers. note a good one. 
Open  tab 2: amex.com (or with Chrome, right click on the first tab and choose Duplicate) > you are already logged in.> go to my accounts > click on card #2  on the top of the page. scroll to offers. check for same good offer. 
Open tab #3. repeat as for tab #2. Repeat as necessary.
THEN: on tab #1 - click 'save' .  Then on tab #2 click 'save' . Then on each tab.
If you so desire: check on each card's 'saved offers' to check that it's there.

This link should take you to the Amex old layout,
which is much easier to scroll down through all the offers.

Amex® Mobile app
This method is only available for Amex credit and charge cards issued by American Express. The login is the same as for the americanexpress.com web site.

Dedicated web site for enrollment
Some Amex offers, most notably Small Business Saturday, but also NYC Restaurant Week, Home Depot, Amazon and DirecTV, offer a dedicated web site where you could enter your card information to enroll.

For Bluebird/Serve cards
Amex offers can be saved via the bluebird.com web site. Go to Plan & Manage > Amex Offers. Amex offers can also be saved via the Bluebird mobile app.

For cards not issued by American Express (such as Amex cards issued by Citi, USAA, PenFed, Bank of America, etc.)
Add offers to your card at this site: https://www.americanexpress.com/us/network/shopping.html
You will be prompted for your name, card number and email address.
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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5760 on: August 11, 2015, 06:28:12 PM »
What did you guys buy for the bestbuy amex offer?
I bought a bunch of Visa GCs. Remember that with Best Buy's loyalty program, you get points that can be redeemed as credit for future purchases. I bought five $200 cards and paid with four Amex cards. So, for a fee of $5.95 X 5, I got $100 statement credit and $20 credit to use on a future BB purchase.

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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5761 on: August 11, 2015, 08:22:30 PM »
Century 21 Department Stores. Spend $100 get $20 back

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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5762 on: August 11, 2015, 08:54:13 PM »
Century 21 Department Stores. Spend $100 get $20 back

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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5763 on: August 11, 2015, 09:07:06 PM »
spend $75 at gap get $25 back tweet #amexgap
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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5764 on: August 11, 2015, 11:57:18 PM »
I bought a bunch of Visa GCs. Remember that with Best Buy's loyalty program, you get points that can be redeemed as credit for future purchases. I bought five $200 cards and paid with four Amex cards. So, for a fee of $5.95 X 5, I got $100 statement credit and $20 credit to use on a future BB purchase.
I called a few best buy stores in NYC and LA and they all said that best buy no longer sells visa gift cards, where and when did you get the cards?

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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5765 on: August 12, 2015, 12:07:48 AM »
Has anyone purchased Vanilla Visa gift cards from walmart.com and had the $15 statement credit post for spending $79 or more on walmart.com? Terms officially say that gift cards are excluded...

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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5766 on: August 12, 2015, 12:27:22 AM »
Has anyone purchased Vanilla Visa gift cards from walmart.com and had the $15 statement credit post for spending $79 or more on walmart.com? Terms officially say that gift cards are excluded...
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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5767 on: August 12, 2015, 12:31:06 AM »

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« Reply #5768 on: August 12, 2015, 12:32:15 AM »
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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5769 on: August 12, 2015, 09:56:14 AM »
Is there any reason I can't go into a GAP retail store and buy a $75 gift card, which can then be used online, at outlets, and BR and Old navy etc.. It doesn't seem to say gift cards excluded.

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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5770 on: August 12, 2015, 10:04:47 AM »
Is there any reason I can't go into a GAP retail store and buy a $75 gift card, which can then be used online, at outlets, and BR and Old navy etc.. It doesn't seem to say gift cards excluded.
Should work.
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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5771 on: August 12, 2015, 10:04:57 AM »
Is there any reason I can't go into a GAP retail store and buy a $75 gift card, which can then be used online, at outlets, and BR and Old navy etc.. It doesn't seem to say gift cards excluded.

it will work

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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5772 on: August 12, 2015, 10:05:05 AM »
Is there any reason I can't go into a GAP retail store and buy a $75 gift card, which can then be used online, at outlets, and BR and Old navy etc.. It doesn't seem to say gift cards excluded.

No reason.
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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5773 on: August 12, 2015, 12:33:45 PM »
anyone have success using the 5/25 exxon mobil any way other than at the pump?

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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5774 on: August 12, 2015, 12:42:10 PM »
Is there any reason I can't go into a GAP retail store and buy a $75 gift card, which can then be used online, at outlets, and BR and Old navy etc.. It doesn't seem to say gift cards excluded.
I did it and got the email, although the email is YMMV but its usually a pretty good indicator.
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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5775 on: August 12, 2015, 07:01:04 PM »
the offer disappears if it is added to a card if it under the same login or under the same card like for example all gold and all platinum?

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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5776 on: August 12, 2015, 07:05:57 PM »
the offer disappears if it is added to a card if it under the same login or under the same card like for example all gold and all platinum?
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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5777 on: August 12, 2015, 11:21:58 PM »
np
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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5778 on: August 12, 2015, 11:23:27 PM »
it says on the itunes offer 1 or more purchases does that mean that if i bought a cd for 9.99 and then for a dollar that it is gonna work?

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Re: Amex Offers Master Thread
« Reply #5779 on: August 12, 2015, 11:24:33 PM »
it says on the itunes offer 1 or more purchases does that mean that if i bought a cd for 9.99 and then for a dollar that it is gonna work?
Yes. As long as its a total of $5 or $10