American Express usually has tons of discounts from various stores when you log into your AMEX account. These AMEX offers are found in your account log in shown in the AMEX Offers For You tab. If you have multiple AMEX credit cards, you can scroll through the offers for each card. Many times they are the same, but occasionally there may be a targeted offer on a specific card. For example, only one of my three AMEX credit cards had the $25 off $25 spent at Costco. However, some offers like the recent $15 off $100 at Staples appeared on all three of my credit cards. Once you save an offer on one card, it disappears from the other credit cards. However, there is a way to easily load the same AMEX offer to each of your cards. I will explain the best way to sign up for AMEX offers with multiple cards at once.
I recently wanted to sign up for the $15 off $100 purchase from Staples.com for all three of my AMEX cards. You can do this easily without Twitter and just from your AMEX account home page. Here are the steps:
- Log into your AMEX account from www.americanexpress.com
- Open up a new tab and go to www.americanexpress.com and into your account home page in the new tab.
- Repeat step 2 for as many AMEX credit cards you have. Since I have 3 cards, I have three tabs open total.
- Check “My Offers” in each credit card and see that the offer has been added to each card.
The process is quite simple to add the same AMEX offers to multiple AMEX cards. Feel free to select as many AMEX offers to load while you have multiple tabs opened. I like doing this method rather than syncing with Twitter and resyncing because I always forget which credit card is synced. Now I can get 15% off on Staples.com gift cards! If I buy 3 Visa gift cards, I could earn $24 ($45-$21 fees). Seems a bit tedious, but I may do it.
This method is an easy way to sign up for AMEX offers with multiple cards at once. You can often find money makers by finding ways to gift card churn Visa or AMEX gift cards in combination with AMEX Offers. The amount isn’t substantial, but if you have multiple AMEX credit cards, the savings could add up! Anybody else use this method?