Posted by William Charles on July 31, 2019

Published on July 31st, 2019 | by William Charles


[Expired] [Targeted] AmEx Offer: Peninsula Hotels, Spend $500+ & Receive $100 Statement Credit

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The Offer

No direct link, targeted offer

  • Spend $500 or more at The Peninsula Hotels (US, Paris, Tokyo) and get $100 back (or 10,000 Membership Rewards points depending on your offer)

The Fine Print

  • Room rate and room charges only
  • Valid until 11/30/19
  • Must be booked at or 866-382-8388

Our Verdict

This is valid at the following properties:

  • Peninsula New York
  • Peninsula Chicago
  • Peninsula Beverly Hills
  • Peninsula Tokyo
  • Peninsula Paris

Good deal if you wanted to stay at one of these properties anyway, but not a big enough of a discount to get me to change my booking habits.

Hat tip to Monkey Miles

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I got this on many Amex cards.

In addition I got via USPS mail spend: $50, then earn 20% extra points/2000 max on local bank Elan (US Bank) Amex, Aug 1 to Sept 30. Easy sign up via phone automated system


Slightly off topic, but has DoC ever thought about creating a sticky post that tracks commenters’ latest airfare/hotel real redemption results for Amex MR points, Chase UR points, etc.? I think we would all love to have a reference to consult for realistic current values.


Hrm. A nice database separated into: cheap as possible, normal vacation, or luxury could help assign proper points values. This sounds like a neat idea.


Or it could be as simple as “Jul 2019/55,000 MR points/$1750 cash price/UA/PremEcon/ORD-FRA RT.” DoC could create some kind of template to standardize the reporting.
I’m tired of hearing affiliate bloggers say “I value these points at (so many) cpp.” Show us some proof, huh?
DoC could become the definitive go-to authority on points values.

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