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AMEX Offer: Spend $75 at Supermarkets, get $5 back for up to 3 months. See terms.

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Get $5 back as a one-time monthly statement credit, for up to 3 months, by using your enrolled Card to spend $75 in one or more eligible US transactions in any 1 month during the offer period. Valid in-store or online at a US-based Supermarket. Your ability to redeem will reset on a monthly basis until 8/31/2021. See terms
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Amex Offer: Monthly spend offer: Spend $75, get $5 back for up to 3 months. Save at U.S. Supermarkets

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Get $5 back as a one-time monthly statement credit, for up to 3 months, by using your enrolled Card to spend $75 in one or more eligible US transactions in any 1 month during the offer period. Valid in-store or online at a US-based Supermarket. Your ability to redeem will reset on a monthly basis until 8/31/2021. See terms.

"Supermarket" means a standalone merchant in the U.S. primarily selling supermarket products. Excludes gasoline purchases and gift card purchases. Specialty Food Stores, Superstores, and Warehouse Clubs are not considered Supermarket stores.
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I doubt if they can determine that you bought a gift card at a supermarket.
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So 6.7% CB plus whatever your card's base CB rate is at grocery stores.
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Quote from nakta139 :
Amex Offer: Monthly spend offer: Spend $75, get $5 back for up to 3 months. Save at U.S. Supermarkets

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Get $5 back as a one-time monthly statement credit, for up to 3 months, by using your enrolled Card to spend $75 in one or more eligible US transactions in any 1 month during the offer period. Valid in-store or online at a US-based Supermarket. Your ability to redeem will reset on a monthly basis until 8/31/2021. See terms.

"Supermarket" means a standalone merchant in the U.S. primarily selling supermarket products. Excludes gasoline purchases and gift card purchases. Specialty Food Stores, Superstores, and Warehouse Clubs are not considered Supermarket stores.
I haven't come across any grocery stores that report level 3 data to AmEx. But if it's expressly excluded by the terms, we'll need good ol' fashioned SD testing and reporting. Are you volunteering? Smilie
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I never get these (good) offers on my amex blue cash card. \

But did find: Spend $599 or more, get $120 back ---Dell.com
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Sadly I don't have it on my BC Everyday. I do have 5% back for insurance, up to $15, so it will come out to be the same thing. I pretty much only use this card for groceries and gas on a regular basis - probably why I didn't get the supermarkets offer.

Thanks for posting, OP
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I haven't come across any grocery stores that report level 3 data to AmEx. But if it's expressly excluded by the terms, we'll need good ol' fashioned SD testing and reporting. Are you volunteering? Smilie
I been buying Amazon gift cards from grocery stores with my Amex from months. So far nothing
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what do they mean for up to 3 months? that you can do this 3 times? (get $15 back by spending $75 three times?)
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what do they mean for up to 3 months? that you can do this 3 times? (get $15 back by spending $75 three times?)
Yes. For June, July, and August, you can earn $5 each month by spending at least $75 each month, for a total of $15.
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Quote from mitchflorida :
I doubt if they can determine that you bought a gift card at a supermarket.
They can actually.
Now whether they will act on it is a different story.
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Quote from rsveteran :
I haven't come across any grocery stores that report level 3 data to AmEx. But if it's expressly excluded by the terms, we'll need good ol' fashioned SD testing and reporting. Are you volunteering? Smilie
Best way to obscure, make sure your total is not a suspicious round number ($75). Buy a banana along with it.
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Best way to obscure, make sure your total is not a suspicious round number ($75). Buy a banana along with it.
"Banana for sale"
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I don't have the grocery deal, but I have similar offers for both insurance and cable/satellite.

Also, does anyone else have a 0% promo to apply to existing card? I'm not sure if I've ever seen a credit card you already have offer this before. 12mos 0% APR.
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You've been selected to get a promotional APR of 0% on eligible new purchases made during the promotional period. The promotional rate begins the day after you enroll your Card and expires 12 billing cycles later. After the end of the promotional period, the APR for these purchases will be your standard Purchase APR, which varies with the Prime Rate
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does amex blue cash card have amex offers that SD'er post here? or just CB % deal
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