Published on March 18th, 2019 | by Chuck20
Stacking the 4 Amex Offer Deals for Cellular and Internet Service Payments
There are currently 4 Amex Offer deals available which can potentially work for wireless or internet service payments.
- Today, an offer for 10% back on US wireless service appeared for many people with a limit of $15 back. Valid through June 15th. I see this on my Blue Cash cards.
- Not long ago, a more targeted offer appeared for 10% back on US wireless service with a limit of $40 back. Valid through June 7th. I assume no one will have gotten both of these 10% offers on the same card.
- Not long ago, a targeted offer appeared to get $100 or 10,000 points when making $175 AT&T wireless payment. Valid through June 8th.
- Today, an offer for 10% back on US cable or satellite service appeared for some people with a limit of $15 back.
What’s important to realize is that, often, companies who have cable, internet, and wireless services will work to trigger any of these offers interchangeably. So, for example, it may be possible to get 10% off cellular + 10% off cable + $100 off $175 all with a single $175 internet or wireless or cable payment to AT&T.
- Here’s a data point of the $100 AT&T offer working for AT&T internet payment. Others report not getting credit for that. In fact, another reader had both wireless + internet and it still did not work.
- Here’s a data point of the cable offer working for payment of Xfinity/Comcast internet bill. In the past, a similar thing worked for Time Warner/Spectrum as well.
- Paying AT&T wireless triggered 3 Congrats emails for this reader, it likely triggered both the cable and the wireless offer. Similarly, paying AT&T cable can likely trigger both of those.
- Optimum/Cablevision/Altice internet bill triggered the cable offer.
It’s hard to know for certain what will or won’t work, but certainly can’t hurt to try. With the 10% offers, you can easily make a $1 test payment to see what happens, there’s plenty of time left to find out. Please contribute any data points on what works and what does not in the comments below.