To use the American Express Preferred Seating Code, select the eligible event you want to attend on Ticketmaster, then click “Got an Offer Code” when you get to the ticket options. From there, enter your American Express Preferred Seating code, and you’ll see the seat options that you have access to. Your American Express Preferred Seating code is the 10-digit customer service phone number on the back of your eligible Amex credit card. Amex cards that have access to Preferred Seating include:
If you have any of those cards, then you have access to American Express Preferred Seating. Keep in mind that not every event will have Preferred Seating options. For most Ticketmaster events, you can also use your American Express rewards points as a payment method.
American Express presale tickets allow Amex cardholders to secure access to events before tickets go on sale to the general public. There’s also a “preferred seating” option to help you buy some of the best seats in the house. Amex sells these tickets through a partnership with Ticketmaster.
You can easily purchase American Express presale tickets on the Ticketmaster website using your Amex card or rewards points. If you have a Platinum or Centurion card, you can purchase tickets directly through the Amex site. … read full answer
Here’s how to get American Express presale tickets:
Click “Ticket Type” at the top of the page where seating options are listed.
Select “American Express Card Member Presale.”
Choose your tickets and check out. You’ll need a Ticketmaster account to log in and pay.
Pay with your Amex card, Amex points (redeemable in 2,000-point increments), or a combination.
Platinum and Centurion cardholders can book right from the Amex Experiences page. Just search by artist, event, or city to find what you want to attend. Click “find tickets,” and log into your Amex account. American Express will help you search for seats, and you’ll be able to purchase the tickets right away with your Amex card or points.
If you’re a diehard fan of an artist or show, American Express presale tickets can help guarantee you a seat (and even a good one). And the best part is that this benefit is open to all American Express cardholders.
You get the most Amex EveryDay points value when you redeem for travel through the American Express website. Each Amex EveryDay point is worth a penny that way. On the other hand, if you redeem for merchandise through the American Express online mall, you’ll only get half a cent per point. … read full answer
Here’s how to get more Amex EveryDaypoints value:
Uber and NYC taxis: 1 cent
Gift cards: Up to 1 cent
Amex travel: Up to 1 cent – Booking flights through the Amex travel website will get you the most value. The travel portal lets you book cruises, and hotels too. But all the options besides flights offer 0.5 cents or 0.7 cents a point.
Charitable donation: Up to 1 cent
Transfer points: up to 1+ cent(s)– Amex gives you the option of transferring your Amex EveryDay points to the loyalty programs of participating airlines and hotels. Each Amex EveryDay point is worth one airline mile, but those miles are worth differing dollar amounts.
Amex retail partners: Up to0.7 cents– You can pay with points at Seamless, Grubhub, Amazon, Best Buy, Staples, and other merchants when you use your Amex Everyday Card at checkout.
Statement credit: 0.6 cents
Tickets to Events: 0.5 cents
To get the most Amex EveryDay points value, you’ll want to steer clear of redemption options like statement credits and sports tickets. Luckily, there are a few different high value methods, so you can be flexible. And if you find the right flight through a partner airline, you won’t even be limited to the Amex travel portal.
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