Via Flyertalk, today only TopCashBack is offering 2.25% back on Amex business gift cards. The maximum denomination limit is $2,000 for earning cash back, so don’t purchase gift cards higher than $2,000.

If you’re new to TopCashBack, it’s a shopping portal that allows you to earn cash back for online purchases. If you don’t already have an account you can create an account using this sign-up link.

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2.25% Back on Amex Business Gift Cards Through TopCashBack

This could be a great way to earn extra cash back or hit a minimum spending requirement on a new credit card. TopCashBack periodically increases the cash back rate on Amex gift cards to 2.25% for one day only, as seen today.

Link: TopCashBack sign-up link

Here’s a simple breakdown of the deal:

Each $2,000 Amex gift card has a fee of $3.95 and you’ll pay $8.95 for shipping. From purchasing one $2,000 Amex gift card you will net $32.10 straight cash back from TopCashBack.

On top of this you will earn miles & points of your choice depending on which rewards credit card you use for the purchase. Say for example, you use the new Discover Miles card that earns 3% back during the first year, you would earn be earning a total of 5.25% back—or $92.10 back for each $2,000 Amex gift card you purchase.

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Only business gift cards are eligible for the 2.25% cash back today and you do need to enter a valid business name.

Some other guidelines to follow include:

  • You are limited to $2,000 per transaction to qualify for cash back. Keep things simply, don’t buy gift cards in denominations more than $2,000.
  • Don’t stack any other promo codes as it will make the purchase ineligible to earn cash back.
  • You need to enter a valid business name to make the purchase.

Are you jumping on this deal? What card will you use to maximize it?

About the author

Rand Shoaf

Introduced to traveling at a young age, Rand has since traveled to over 45 countries. Learning how to maximize credit card sign-up bonuses in college has allowed him to earn millions of travel miles and points. Using the same tips and tricks he writes about here has ultimately allowed him to explore the word for pennies on the dollar.


  • It seems like a lot of people capitalize on the AmEx gift cards. Is it worth the hassle trying to liquidate them?

    • Jordan, I think it makes sense if you have the right card combo and the extra effort can essentially allow you to profit while earning miles/points. I’ll have to say that I’m not up to date on the best strategies to liquidate Amex gift cards since I have been out of the country since June.