Get a $25 Statement Credit on Each of Your American Express Cards When You Make a $75 Amazon Purchase

| Updated: May 15, 2017
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American Express is keeping the promotions rolling on out.  Now you can get a $25 statement credit on each of your American Express cards when you make a purchase of $75 or more on Amazon.com. This is a great opportunity to essentially get 33% percent off any purchase of $75 on Amazon.com.

This is just after Amex’s Small Business Saturday Day deal that was available yesterday. I hope everyone was able to get in on the super easy $10 statement credits while supporting local businesses. Although I had a difficult time deciding between the numerous great place to eat in Portland yesterday, I’m looking forward to spending the gift cards I purchased from local Portland restaurants.

 

Get $25 off a $75 Amazon.com purchase
Get $25 off a $75 Amazon.com purchase

The best part about the deal is that you can use each of your cards, including cards registered to additional authorized cardholders. All you have to do is register and make the qualifying purchase by December 31.

You can either get an even further discount on Cyber Monday deals or you can just buy a $75 Amazon.com gift card and make smaller separate purchases in the future.

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