No, the American Express Platinum card doesn’t offer any deals on Amazon at the moment. But you can still use your American Express Platinum card’s Shop with Points feature to redeem points toward the cost of Amazon.com purchases. Bear in mind, though, that points are worth only 0.7 cents each when redeemed this way.
If you’re a frequent Amazon shopper, you should consider the Amazon.com Credit Card. It offers 5 points / $1 spent on Amazon.com purchases. Plus, you can earn $50 Amazon.com gift card upon approval ($100 for Prime members).
The best Amex Amazon offer consists of savings up to 50% off (up to set thresholds) on Amazon purchases made with American Express Membership Rewards points. Your American Express card must be linked with Shop with Points on your Amazon account. This offer is only available through December 31st, 2021. Keep in mind that this is a targeted offer, so not all cardholders will be … read full answereligible.
Outside of this limited-time offer, any Amex card that offers Membership Rewards points allows you to use those points directly on Amazon. Since points are only worth 0.7 cents each when redeemed this way, there are better redemption options available.
You should also watch the Amex Offers section of your online account in case there are any other special deals for spending a certain amount at Amazon.
50,000 American Express Membership Rewards points are worth up to $500, depending on how the points are redeemed. To get maximum value from your 50,000 Amex points, redeem for certain gift cards or travel packages through Membership Rewards.
Depending on the redemption method, the value of 50,000 Amex rewards points ranges from $250 to $500. The average value is $325, as each Amex point is worth an average of about 0.65 cents.… read full answer
Amex Offers is a free discount program that allows American Express cardholders to save money or earn points when shopping at major brands, dining and more. To participate, simply log in to your Amex online account, select the "Home" tab, scroll down to "Amex Offers & Benefits" and add any appealing offers to your Amex card. Then, spend the required amount at the retailer to receive money back in the form of Amex Membership Rewards points or a statement credit, depending on the card. … read full answer
Select the "Home" tab and scroll down to "Amex Offers & Benefits."
Browse through offers and add the ones that appeal to you by clicking "Add to Card."
Use your American Express card to make a qualifying purchase and rewards will be applied directly to your account.
Amex Offers through Amex Connect
Aside from cards issued by American Express, Amex Offers partly extends to eligible third-party cards that belong to the American Express network, but are issued by other credit card companies (such as the Credit One Bank American Express® Card).
Such cardholders can gain access to some Amex Offers through the American Express Connect web page. To add an offer, simply click "Add to Card" and fill out the enrollment form with your name, eligible American Express card number, and email address. While these offers aren't as extensive as those offered for cards issued by American Express, they still enable decent savings.
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