To earn the Amex Blue Business Cash Card welcome bonus, new cardholders must spend $3,000 within the first 3 months of opening an account. The Amex Blue Business Cash Card bonus is $250 statement credit.
Keep in mind, however, that you will not be eligible for this introductory bonus offer if you currently have the Amex Blue Business Cash Card, regardless of whether you previously earned the bonus. You also may not be eligible if you recently earned the bonus.
In addition to the welcome bonus offer, the Amex Blue Business Cash Card offers 2% cash back on all purchases up to $50,000 spent per year, then 1%, automatically credited to your statement. Its annual fee is $0, and you need good credit to get approved for the card.
The American Express Blue Business Cash™ Card no longer offers price protection. American Express discontinued the price protection benefit, which provided coverage up to $250 per item and $1,000 per year, for the Amex Blue Business Cash card in 2002. Prior to that, if a cardholder purchased an eligible item with the Amex Blue Business Cash card and any retailer reduced the price of the item within the next 30 days, American Express would have refunded the difference between the purchase price and the sale price.… read full answer
The Amex Blue Business Cash card’s lack of price protection is not uncommon these days, as more and more cards have dropped the benefit. Recent advances in price-tracking technology have led to a dramatic increase in price protection claims, making the benefit too expensive for issuers to sustain.
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