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Update 8/28/21: More people have been targeted HT MtM Diamond Group. Check your emails and Amex Offers section. You can try the links listed below too. New Link
Try this Old Link (HT Reddit) to see if you are targeted. The links have worked for some that did not receive the email. If it says we are unable to process your request then you were not targeted.
More Pay Over Time Offers Sent Out – An Easy 20K In Points!
We have seen a few different Pay Over Time offers from American Express being reported in our Facebook Group. These are some of my favorite offers out there and come with 10,000 FREEMembership Rewards points.
What Is Pay Over Time
If you are not familiar with Pay Over time here is a quick run down of the program. This program essentially allows you to break down large purchases into multiple payments. Here is how Amex describes the benefits:
No fee to enroll.
Added flexibility to pay eligible charges over time with interest.
Simply choose each month to pay in full, the minimum amount due, or anything in between. It’s your choice.
All eligible charges of $100 or more can be paid over time.
And for turning this feature on American Express will give people 10,000 points.
Where Do You Find The Offers
These offers come via regular snail mail or sometimes people find them in their Amex Offers section of their account when logged in. Remember that these offers will only appear for select cards that normally require a payment in full each month. Most people are reporting getting them in the mail this time around.
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