Thread DetailsLast Edited by BostonGirl February 11, 2015 at 10:24 AM
1) Sign on AMEX and add offer in the offer link and have your wireless or homeline setup for 3 months paying with AMEX and have $10 credits each time..
2) Just signed in my other AMEX Blue but offer wasn't there.. Not sure is it targeted or everyone should get one... Hope you guys get it.
3) For those who didn't have it on their card, try Facebook or Twiitter.. I have found offers on there and not being on my card.. Wouldn't hurt to try
Seems like you can make 3 separate payment at $75 and get the $30 total.. Just make sure to be safe and make 3 payment on 3 different days... and have the credit sit in your account..
Enroll your eligible Card by 4/14/15 & pay your cell phone bill of $75+ online @ these accepting major US Carriers (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, or Verizon) by 7/15/15 & get $10 back. Limit 3 statement credits. Make it easy & sign up for auto pay!
Limit 3 statement credits per American Express online account. Enrollment limited. Offer is non-transferable. In order to be eligible for the offer: (i)you must enroll your Card by April 14, 2015, (ii) you must use that same Card to pay your cell phone bill online for the brands listed in this offer directly at the listed merchants’ website and (iii) your payment with that Card must be made in a single transaction of $75 or more and be completed by July 15, 2015. Payments for prepaid cell phone purchases, plans or services do not qualify. Payments made via phone or at retail locations do not qualify. Payments for brands other than those listed do not qualify. Statement credit will appear on your billing statement within 90 days after July 15, 2015, provided that American Express receives information from the merchant about your qualifying purchase. Note that American Express may not receive information about your qualifying purchase from the merchant until all of the items from your qualifying purchase have been provided. Statement credit may be reversed if qualifying purchase is returned/cancelled. If American Express does not receive information that identifies your transaction as qualifying for the offer, you will not receive the statement credit. For example, your transaction will not qualify if it is not made directly with the merchant. In addition, in most cases, you will not receive the statement credit if your transaction is made with an electronic wallet or through a third party. POID: BOVJ:0001
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1. My bill is generally less than $75. How can I still use this offer?
You can overpay your account. The excess will be carried forth as a credit.
2. Can I pay my branded prepaid (AT&T GoPhone, etc.) or non-branded, subsidiary prepaid (Cricket, GoSmart, etc.) bill to avail of this offer?
That has not worked in the past, only postpaid accounts with the carriers seem to be eligible. The offer is credited based on the merchant ID on the transaction, and possibly other factors. Example: T-Mobile prepaid top-up shows up as "T-MOBILE 888-278-3397 OR" whereas postpaid shows up as "T-MOBILE.COM PAYMENTT-MOBILE."
3. Can I pay other bills from the telecom companies mentioned in the offer (for eg. an AT&T U-verse bill?)
4. Can I make multiple payments one month, or do I have to spread them out across three months?
Multiple payments of >$75 each in the same month are okay. Just to be safe, it would be a good idea to space them out. If your phone bill is more than $75, you can make two separate payments on the same day.
5. Does it matter what type of AmEx card I have?
Not really. These offers are targeted by individual and spending history.
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