Express Next points are worth 0.5 cents each, on average. For example, 10,000 Express Next points have a dollar value of roughly $50. As a result, Express Next points are less valuable than the clothing store’s rewards points, which are valued at 3.23 cent each.
The easiest way to calculate the value of a retailer’s rewards points for any redemption method is to determine the dollar value of what you’re redeeming for, minus any taxes and fees that you’ll still have to pay, and then divide that amount by the number of points you’re required to redeem. For your convenience, here’s the formula for Express Next points:
Dollar Value of Redemption Item / Number of Express Next Points Needed = Express Next Point Value
How to Earn More Express Next Points
It’s important to remember that while you can’t change the redemption values of Express Next points, you can increase the rate at which you earn them. One of the best ways to increase the number of Express Next points that you earn is to apply for the Express Next Credit Card. That can also help you reach a higher status tier in the Express Insider program, further boosting your earning potential.
It's hard to tell, as they will take into account multiple factors and make a decision afterwards. And while many users report initial Express Next credit card limits of about $500, that can change if you have a good or excellent score, a credit utilization of around 30% or lower and a good, steady income.… read full answer
You can only check your Express Next credit card application status by phone. For this, you need to call their customer service line at (888) 397-1980 and then provide your application reference number.
In order to get the credit card approved you must have at least 18 years of age, have a government issued photo ID, have a valid Social Security Number and have a clean credit record.… read full answershow less
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