There is no Amex Business Platinum 100k point bonus. Amex Business Platinum currently offers an initial bonus of 75,000 points for spending $20,000 within three months of opening your account. But at one time, there were 100,000 point initial bonus offers for both the personal and business Platinum cards. They’re expired now though. And the Amex Business Platinum 100k bonus was a targeted offer, which means you only would’ve seen it if Amex selected you.
Here’s what you’ll get instead of an Amex Business Platinum 100k bonus:
50,000 points for spending $10,000 in your first three months.
25,000 points for spending a second $10,000 in your first three months.
The points will be credited to your account 8-12 weeks after you meet the spending threshold.
Your account can’t be canceled or past due when Amex posts your points, or you won’t get your bonus.
You can only get one initial bonus per card, but additional card members can help meet the spending requirements.
You can’t get the Amex Business Platinum 100k point bonus because it doesn’t exist. But the 75,000 bonus is pretty close. To get the entire bonus, you have to spend $20,000 on purchases in three months. And the bonus is only worth it if that’s a natural fit for your business’ spending patterns.
The offer was nerfed. Generally, they do that if they stop making a profit, or if it was just a limited period thing.
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