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Yes, the American Express Platinum card does have a referral bonus. You can receive an American Express referral bonus if someone gets approved for an Amex credit card using your referral link.
Here’s more info about the American Express Platinum card referral bonus:
- How to get a referral link: To refer someone for American Express Platinum card, log in to your online account from the Amex referral page. Then, select the American Express Platinum card from the credit card referral menu, and click the “Refer Now” link.
After that, enter the e-mail address for the person you want to refer so Amex can send them a referral e-mail. Or, if you prefer, you can choose a referral link to customize and share via e-mail, text, or social media.
- Bonus amount: The bonus amount you’ll get depends on each specific card or offer. Amex offers the possibility for your friends to apply to other credit cards as well, and you’ll still get the referral bonus. After your friends access the referral link, they will be able to see all the cards that have a referral offer.
If you have a co-branded card, your friends must apply for the same card you have in order for you to receive the bonus. Your friends may also be eligible to earn a welcome offer when they apply through the referral link and they are approved.
- Limits: You can refer as many people as you like, but you may only earn up to a certain amount per calendar year.
- Bonus posting time: The American Express Platinum card referral bonus points should appear on your statement within 8 to 12 weeks of approval.
For more information and bonus amount on each specific card, check your referral offer terms. Exclusions and limits might also apply. Some cards that no longer accept applications may not be eligible. Moreover, additional and employee card members are not eligible to refer their friends.
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