The best American Express business card is the Business Platinum card because it offers up to 75,000 bonus points for spending $20,000 in the first 3 months. It also gives 5 points per $1 on flights and prepaid hotels through amextravel.com. And it offers at least 1 point per $1 on everything else. On top of that, cardholders get 35% of their points back when using them to book flights on one selected airline or when booking any first or business class flights, regardless of airline. Lastly, the Platinum card gives free access to 7 major airport lounge networks. The annual fee is $595.
If you aren’t willing to shell out many hundreds of dollars per year for an annual fee, consider the Amex Green Card.
There are a lot of good American Express business cards that are co-branded with various travel providers and businesses. The Starwood Preferred Guest and Platinum Delta SkyMiles business cards offer the best deals on hotels and airlines, respectively.
The Amazon Business Amex is another good one. It gives the choice of either 3% cash back on Amazon purchases OR 60 days to pay off all Amazon purchases without interest. Regardless of what you pick, you also get 2% cash back at gas stations, restaurants and wireless phone providers with no annual fee.
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