Amex Business Platinum, Best Ever 150K Bonus Possible

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Amex Business Platinum 150K

Amex Business Platinum, Best Ever 150K Bonus Possible

American Express keep upping the welcome bonus for the Business Platinum card. We were first seeing 100K offers, then 110K, then 130K and now a whopping 150,000 Membership Rewards points. The spending requirement is the same for all offers, but not everyone will be able to pull up this largest ever offer. Let’s see the details of the offer, and how to check if you are targeted.

The Offers

Here are some of the possible offers:

  • Earn 150,000 Membership Rewards Points after you spend $15,000 on purchases on your new Card in your first three months.
  • Earn 130,000 Membership Rewards Points after you spend $15,000 on purchases on your new Card in your first three months.
  • Earn 120,000 Membership Rewards Points after you spend $15,000 on purchases on your new Card in your first three months. See this link.
  • Earn 100,000 Membership Rewards Points after you spend $15,000 on purchases on your new Card in your first three months.

To check for these offers, you can use the public link for the Business Platinum card, or a referral link. Try a clean browser, or different browsers to possibly get better offers.

Our Referral LinkPublic Link

Keep in mind that these latest offers do not include the 5X points on eligible US purchases on shipping, wireless telephone services, advertising in select media, office supplies and gas stations.

Card Details

  • Earn:
    • 5X points for each dollar of eligible purchases made when you book on the American Express Travel website
    • 1.5X Points per dollar on eligible purchases of $5,000 of more
    • 1X on all other purchases
  • Use Membership Rewards Pay with Points for all or part of an eligible fare and get 35% of those points back, up to 500,000 bonus points per calendar year.
  • Temporary Shipping, Wireless & Dell Credits
  • Access to more than 1,000 airport lounges across 120 countries
  • Up to a $200 Credit a year for baggage fees and more on one airline
  • 10 Gogo inflight internet passes annually and unlimited Wi-Fi at Boingo hotspots.
  • Receive a statement credit every 4 years after you apply for Global Entry ($100) or TSA Pre✔® ($85) with an eligible Card.
  • No Foreign Transaction Fees
  • Marriott Bonvoy™ Gold Elite Status
  • Hilton Honors Gold status
  • Annual Fee: $595 (not waived)


If you are looking to apply for the Amex Business Platinum card, then a 150K bonus is as good as it gets. If you are able to get this offer through a referral link, it gets much better. The personal referring you can also get a referral bonus of 10K to 30K.

Just keep in mind that you need to spend $15,000 to get this bonus, and the card comes with a $595 annual fee.

Let us know if you are targeted.

HT: r/churning

Based in NYC. Points/miles enthusiast for years and actively writing about it for the last two years at Danny the Deal Guru. I'm always looking out for deals. Making a few bucks is always nice, but the traveling is by far the best part of this business.

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  1. […] Update 5/15/20: We’re now seeing an offer for 150K points for some people! That’s the best offer I’ve ever seen on the Business Platinum card and matches the offer I got when I first opened the card years ago. The spending requirement is still $15K, but if this card is on your radar it’s worth reading the original post below and seeing if you’re targeted. H/T: Miles to Memories […]

  2. I wonder if Amex and Chase are concerned that with the many devaluations they will have to keep upping the offers or if they like that because it will be more practical to just get MR and UR earning cards instead of co-branded. I’ve felt for a while that unless you frequently stay at a certain hotel chain or fly a certain airline the co-branded cards are pretty useless and the signup offers get you very little. IHG will have to start doing 500K sign up offers just to get a free night at a roadside motel in Nebraska.

    Has anyone done an analysis of the number of planes (seats) that were retired over the past 12 months? The demand for travel will probably be back to 100% in 6-12 months, but rebuilding capacity will take longer. How many seats were available 2/1/20 and how many are in service or can be quickly put back in service now? The airlines are not incentivized to add seats quickly because they can jack up $ and point prices with limited supply. They will also be cautious increasing capacity for some time in case of another COVID like event.

  3. I think they are not getting as many folks jumping at this as they thought and this is why they keep raising the bonus.

    I know if they gave me SIX months to make the spend I could do it but since with AMEX I am super leery of any kind of hint of MS to get the bonus, 15k is too rich for me in my situation.

    I wonder if they will ever go back to that 6 month thing they had for a short while during the early pandemic?


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