$200 "Dining credit" towards a list of Global Restaurants

drron

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This is the message I get when attempting to enrol.
Sorry. There are no available offers for this Card.
 

drron

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So I rang Amex and they said definitely not eligible. Only on cards with $1450 annual fee.
 

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I was told all cards through a professional association were ineligible mine and she specifically said AMA cards.
She did say we are going to have to check that all the offers are correct. I hope your luck doesn't disappear out the window.
 

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Shame you cant use the credit on FineFood Stores like $300 Dining Credit last time around - here in South Australia very few choices of restaurants, so for we South Aussies its a pretty pointless and really superfluous
 

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I was told all cards through a professional association were ineligible mine and she specifically said AMA cards.
She did say we are going to have to check that all the offers are correct. I hope your luck doesn't disappear out the window.
the AMA website for the platinum lists the $400 in dining as a perk...

if that's the professional card you have, I'm guessing?
 

drron

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That link only comes up with the travel credit not any dining offer. I have rung amex and been turned down so life is what it is.
 

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That only comes up for the metal card at $1450 a year. Not for the ordinary platinum card. I get basically all the benefits for $1300 less per year so losing a $400 benefit per year is not important.
 

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That only comes up for the metal card at $1450 a year. Not for the ordinary platinum card. I get basically all the benefits for $1300 less per year so losing a $400 benefit per year is not important.
That sounds a good legacy product. At first I thought you must have a Platinum Edge (which also has current RACP member rates) but that doesn't have the Platinum Charge benefits
 

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Shame you cant use the credit on FineFood Stores like $300 Dining Credit last time around - here in South Australia very few choices of restaurants, so for we South Aussies its a pretty pointless and really superfluous
Here in Melbourne, I guess it is slightly better but I wish Nobu participated.
The listing for Japanese restaurants aren't so impressive compared to Sydney.
 
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Can anyone verify that Amex no longer have reserved tables at top restaurants since the launch of this new Platinum Dining benefit?
 

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