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It doesnt say once only so one could read it as each time though think im dreaming!
 

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Dining offer I didn't receive, note I only have the budget red velocity amex.

Do get most offers mentioned thou.
 

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JB Hi Fi - 100 / 10 Exp 31/12/21
Update: also includes the Good Guys
 
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There are some online options, but yes, I think this is effectively a $300 credit to use at Global Dining Collection venues.
Apologies for the noob question but the online options I see on the list right now is "Delivery available via Providoor" and the offer email says "Enjoy fine dining meals at home, gourmet delivery via Providoor or dining out when the time comes" so it sounds like delivery is included in the offer.
But like most offers it "Excludes transactions made through a third party establishment..." which I assume Providoor is?🤔 Sorry but I'm confused.

Edit: If I unfilter my state then the online shops show up and Providoor is also listed so I guess those deliveries are included in the offer too.
 
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Apologies for the noob question but the online options I see on the list right now is "Delivery available via Providoor" and the offer email says "Enjoy fine dining meals at home, gourmet delivery via Providoor or dining out when the time comes" so it sounds like delivery is included in the offer.
But like most offers it "Excludes transactions made through a third party establishment..." which I assume Providoor is?🤔 Sorry but I'm confused.
It looks like a joint arrangement between reasonably swanky Sydney and Melbourne-based restaurants. They do seem to deliver quite widely in NSW ACT and VIC at least Thu-Sat. Need to order day before
 

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the dining offer t and cs arent really great it doesnt say each time up to 300 total and it doesnt say if u spend less you can do other spends
not good for a big co like amex
 

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I usually use ApplePay and don’t carry my card anymore. There were some reports of credits being denied where the physical card wasn’t used. Are there any recent experiences about using Apple/google pay rather than the physical card and the offer not triggering?

I haven’t used any Amex offers for a long time but will give the restaurant offer a whirl assuming we can go into restaurants again. I’d hate not to get the credit because of a technicality as I might not otherwise be keen to go ‘fine dining’ at this time. Guess the easy solution is to just use my physical card …
 

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"Excludes transactions made through a third party establishment..." which I assume Providoor is?🤔 Sorry but I'm confused.
That term is used to cover PayPal and similar, so it's telling you that, when you go into a shop, pay with your AmEx, not with PayPal with your AmEx connected.
It looks like a joint arrangement between reasonably swanky Sydney and Melbourne-based restaurants. They do seem to deliver quite widely in NSW ACT and VIC at least Thu-Sat. Need to order day before
I ordered via them from Cirrus in Sydney only 2 weeks ago.
You do need to check the order and delivery date of the restaurant you want to order, as each restaurant have their own schedule. Some only need 1 day notice, some take days.
 

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Just checked with Amex chat service.

Multiple transactions are permitted to be eligible for the offer credit.

I’m assuming it’s only one $300 credit
 
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Platinum Dining Offer - get up to $300 back - on my Plat primary.

Spend online or in-store at participating brands to receive your purchase amount back as a credit, up to $300.

  • Offer valid for payments made by 31/12/2021 online or in-store at participating brands.
  • COVID-19 restrictions may affect the availability of some locations or services. Please check the brands' website for more information. Please dine/shop responsibly by adhering to the current government guidelines.
  • Offer is limited to $300 credit per Card to which the offer is saved and only spend on this Card counts towards the Offer.
  • Additional Cards are not eligible for this offer.
  • Excludes transactions where you do not spend directly with your Card to which the offer is saved, online or in-person at participating brands.
  • Excludes transactions made through a third party establishment or payment processor.
  • Credit is not redeemable for cash or other payment form.
  • Credit should appear on your billing statement within 5 business days from qualifying spend but may take up to 90 days from the offer end date.
  • Credit will not be applied to your Card Account if your Card has been suspended or cancelled.
  • Credit may be reversed if your qualifying purchase is refunded or cancelled.
  • Full Offer Terms available here.

This is a good offer that aligns well with what this card is meant to offer.

Now I notice Hearth at the Ritz in Perth is listed. I wonder if this will stack with the current Marriot offer? I've previously used a Marriot offer at Hearth, so it's just a question of it stacking or not. I see no reason why it wouldn't so one would only be $20 out of pocket for a $400 spend!
 

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I've previously used a Marriot offer at Hearth

Had you charged to the room and settled at checkout, or did you just dine in and pay at the restaurant?

I would have assumed the hotel and restaurant have separate merchant facilities so Marriott offer only triggers when settling charges to the room account, and dining credit only triggers when settling at restaurant POS terminal. But if both restaurant and hotel use the same merchant facilities then I would expect it to stack...
 

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Had you charged to the room and settled at checkout, or did you just dine in and pay at the restaurant?

I would have assumed the hotel and restaurant have separate merchant facilities so Marriott offer only triggers when settling charges to the room account, and dining credit only triggers when settling at restaurant POS terminal. But if both restaurant and hotel use the same merchant facilities then I would expect it to stack...

In my experience Hearth appears on statements as Ritz Carlton Perth.
 

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