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Just noticed on Facebook there is a link here
to join up for the Amex Ultimate card and get a $150 Duty Free voucher. If anyone was going to join it might be a nice little bonus.
Termas & conditions
* This offer is only available if you apply via the enclosed application form before 28 February 2010 are approved and make purchases to the value of $4500 on the new Card either in total or in one transaction before 24 May 2010. Limit one per customer. The $150 SYD Airport Tax & Duty Free or FIRST Tax and Duty Free voucher will be sent within 8 to 10 weeks of the campaign completion date of 24 May 2010. This voucher is redeemable with purchases made at The Nuance Group stores within Australia located at Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Cairns International Airports. Normal retailer voucher conditions apply.
Last edited by dede; 24th January 2010 at 11:55 AM. Reason: added T&C
I keep noticing the advertisement when logging on to the Amex website. I don't think it looks like a good deal as most people would prefer the extra points on sign up instead of a duty free voucher.
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