The Amex Green card annual fee is $150. This card is the least expensive of the Amex hybrid card offers. Plus, its rewards and benefits can make it well worth the cost for frequent travelers. The Amex Green card’s annual fee isn’t the only fee you need to worry about, either.
American Express® Green Card Fees
Annual Fee: $150
Cash Advance Fee: 5% (min $10)
Foreign Transaction Fee: 0%
Max Late Fee: $40
Despite its annual cost, the Amex Green card is a decent travel and restaurant rewards card. Cardholders can earn 1 - 3 points per $1 spent, depending on the type of purchase. There’s also a one-time bonus of 40,000 points for spending $3,000 in the first 6 months after account opening.
The Amex Green card spending capacity can vary from month to month, but generally there is no preset spending limit. This means American Express may adjust the limit based on your card use. The amount and the frequency in which those adjustments occur also depend on a wide range of factors, such as your income, credit standing, payment history, and more.
You should be able to charge up to the same amount on the Amex Green card each month, as long...
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