Published on December 6th, 2018 | by William Charles122
[Expired] Last Chance: [Targeted] AmEx Offer: AT&T, Spend $200/$150 & Receive $200/$50 Statement Credit
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- American Express has launched a number of AmEx offers for AT&T:
- Get a one-time $200 statement credit by using your enrolled Card to make a single payment of $200+ towards your AT&T Wireless for Business bill directly with AT&T.
- Same deal as above available but for 20,000 Membership Rewards points
- Make a single payment of $150+ towards your AT&T Wireless for Business bill directly with AT&T and receive a $50 statement credit.
- Same deal as above but for 5,000 Membership Rewards
The Fine Print
- Must use by 12/7/2018
- In order to be eligible for the offer, you must enroll your Card and use that Card to pay your wireless bill or other service charges online directly with AT&T at att.com/smallbusiness or through the AT&T app.
- Your payments must be in the amount of $200 or more in a single transaction and completed by 12/7/18.
- Offer valid one time
- Purchases for equipment or prepaid, U-verse, web hosting, or wireless services that do not appear on your AT&T wireless bill are excluded from this offer
Should only be showing on business cards and not personal cards (update: readers report seeing it on personal cards as well). They offered a similar bonus back in April, but that was better as the $200/$200 offer could be done up to three times. Last time it didn’t work for cellular spend or personal bills so keep that in mind. This time Chuck successfully got the congrats e-mail on a personal bill so it should work (but who knows with American Express these days).
[Update 9/23/18.: Seems it’s working fine on personal postpaid cellular bill, but only if you don’t have an internet bundle along with the cellular bill.]
If you don’t have AT&T business internet it might be worth asking any friends with businesses if they do and then trying to split the discount or something similar. Can’t really think of any other ways to try and maximize the deal. Keep in mind, AT&T does now limit us to $300 in overpayment (used to be basically unlimited).
Hat tip to readers Alex R & K R & Curmudgeon
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