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(Updated) Making Your Life Easier With The Amex Credit Handy Dandy Spreadsheet

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Amex Limited Time Credit Spreadsheet

Amex Limited Time Credit Spreadsheet: Making Your Life Easier!

UPDATE 8/3/22: I added some bonus slots for Amex Platinum and Amex Business Platinum for people that have multiples. I also added in a spot to write the last 5 digits for multiples.

American Express, as well as others, have been rolling out limited time credits and spending offers right and left. If you are getting up there in age, like me, and your kids have killed your brain cells, like me, then you are losing your mind tracking these things.  I decided to put together a spreadsheet to make my, and hopefully your, life easier. This spreadsheet focuses on all of these credits bouncing around so you can easily check it off each month as you complete one of them.

I have listed all of the Amex cards with limited time offers and I mixed in their regular credits as well so it is a one stop shop.  I even put a spending tracker on there for the Surpass card’s $15K free night. The sheet should print in 2 pages and fit every month through the rest of the year on each page.  You can then write in or check off each month as you use the credit or complete the spend.

There are spots for bi-yearly and annual credits too. I put the box when they need to be completed by but just check it off if you complete it early.

You can not edit the post but you should be able to copy and paste the cards you have (using control + c since right clicking will not let you copy).  Then you can paste it on your own Google Sheet and be on your way if you want to.

Amex Limited Time Credit Spreadsheet

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Mark Ostermann
Mark Ostermann
Mark Ostermann is a father, husband and miles/points fanatic. He left the corporate world after starting a family in order to be a stay at home dad. Mark is constantly looking at ways to save money and stay within budget while also taking awesome vacations with his family. When he isn't caring for his family or taking a weekend trip, Mark is working towards his goal of visiting every Major League Baseball ballpark.

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    • You have to copy and paste it into your own excel spreadsheet if you want to adjust it. Or you can just print it off.

      • Thank you for the reply. I now have it.

        Also – I have the Schwab AMEX Platinum card. It has the $100 or $200 appreciation bonus based on the value of the card holder’s brokerage accounts. It helps offset the total cost if applicable.

  1. Mark,
    Last year this spreadsheet saved me a lot that I’d otherwise have missed with all my cards, thanks!
    If you CAN do a Chase spreadsheet, that’d help me immensely as I have too many Chase cards to keep track of all their offers.

  2. Mark

    Great job on the spreadsheet. I already had my own but this is better. One thing I added was color coding. When I spend the money in the monthly category I update the amount of credit I expect back. When the credit actually posts to my account I’m changing the color of the background in the cell.

    This is my current issue which was easy to handle in the past with only a few credits but now with 7 different AX cards (between my wife and I) and the many monthly credits it was getting very hard to track.

  3. Brilliant and well done. I have so many spreadsheets, I never thought to do one for the bonuses. Do you have one for all the credit cards?


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