New Amex statement credits

My spend is 30-60k per month.... so 2,500 points is not even noticeable.
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Bring back this one :D SO good "with no limit to the points you can earn" then getting suspended and then getting ALL the points :D

Now THOSE were the days! I remember hopping from one store to another in the mall buying shampoo, TP, soap or a couple cans of soup in single $5 transactions. Back in those days the "thing" was transfer to SPG then on to AA with a bonus 5000 points.
 
I doubt regular spenders are the target here. Suspect they're trying to encourage those who don't use their card much to get spending.
That’s right. I never use my Platinum Reserve never sees any activity and this offer appeared on that card rather than my charge card which is where I make all of my purchases.
 
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It’s hard to get excited about a $25 dining rebate …. feels like those coupons in the mail for hungry jacks and dominos.
I normally wouldn't bother but this is a good way to buy 4 Rad Nah for wife and daughter and get the 5th one free. The saving for me is $20 but it's worth it to swe both of them happy.
 
Now THOSE were the days! I remember hopping from one store to another in the mall buying shampoo, TP, soap or a couple cans of soup in single $5 transactions. Back in those days the "thing" was transfer to SPG then on to AA with a bonus 5000 points.
Yes, I still have nearly 700K AA points, mainly via the SPG to AA trick plus a bonus which essentially meant I was getting about .9 AA points per 1 MR. Fun times. Oh, and very large amounts of referral points!
 
Yes, I still have nearly 700K AA points, mainly via the SPG to AA trick plus a bonus which essentially meant I was getting about .9 AA points per 1 MR. Fun times. Oh, and very large amounts of referral points!
Wow, I have long since spent my AA points on mostly J to South America a few times, back then availability wasn't sch a problem if you booked well in advance.
 
Kogan - 50 / 10
Pacific Boating Luxury Boat Club membership - 1500 / 500

Two ends of the spectrum there!
Totally make sense, suitable for those of us who fly business or first, but refuse to take Skybus / Sydney Trains / taxi / Uber / Heathrow Express, and take Piccadilly Line / PTV 901 bus / Sydney Buses instead. 😏
 
420 and 350 go to domestic, but only 420 goes to international, 350 does not go to international.
But the 350 is more scenic - once it gets to the coast...if you're prepared to go along for the ride.
 
No longer - the cheapest advance purchase option is now £16.50

Well that’s a sensible response to competition. Make your offer more expensive all the time…🤷‍♂️
 
For those that have the "Spend and Get" 5x MR points per $ up to 2,500 (or similar), does anyone know if the bonus points track per transaction or get dumped in the account at the end of the promo? Nothing in my activity shows no bonus points, just the points from the transaction.
 
I have also seen bonus points appear as "Mobile Wallet" and corresponding only to the in-person Google Wallet transactions on the card and no others. It may be that they accidentally wired it like a past offer specifically for spend from mobile wallets. That clearly is not consistent with the terms.
 
Has anybody be been able to
Buy UA credits and get cashback trying to upload a pic but not allowing
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Financial Times - 100 / 70
Langham Hotels - 800 / 200
Oakwood Premier Melbourne - 500 / 100
Nespresso - 80 / 20
RM Williams - 15% rebate
Gildas - 100 / 15
Tyrells - 300 / 50
Adobe - 20 / 10, 3 times
Maison de Sabre - 125 / 25

PSA - for those who have the Qantas 500 / 75 offer it expires in 9 days.
 

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