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Save Up To $30 On Your Cell Phone Bill With New Amex Offer

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Wireless Credit Amex Offer

Save Up To $30 On Your Cell Phone Bill With New Amex Offer

There is a new Amex Offer that can save you up to $30 off your cell phone bill. Hopefully some people find it on their Amex Business Platinum cards so they can stack it with the $10 wireless credit monthly perk. Let’s take a look at the details.

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Offer Details

There are two different offers floating around:

  • Get a $15 statement credit by using your enrolled eligible Card to spend a minimum of $115 in one or more transactions when you pay your wireless bill directly with a US wireless service provider by 12/31/2022. Limit of 2 statement credits (total of $30).
  • Get 10% back as a statement credit by using your enrolled eligible Card when you pay your wireless bill directly with a US wireless service provider by 12/31/2022. Limit of $30 back in total statement credits.

Offer Terms

  • Offer valid only for payments for wireless service charges made directly with US wireless service providers via online, mobile app, or by phone.
  • Purchases made with third parties, authorized retailers or resellers are excluded.
  • Excludes purchases for VoIP, hardware, equipment, and bundled home/cable services.
  • Limit of $30 in total statement credits per Card Member.

Wireless Credit Amex Offer: Final Thoughts

This is a pretty good offer as long as you don’t have a wireless provider that has a monthly discount for auto paying with a non credit card. If that is the case the offer could be kind of a wash. If your cell phone bill doesn’t run $115 a month you could always prepay that amount to trigger the credit.

Did anyone get the offer? What card did you see it on?

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6 COMMENTS

  1. I got something similar a few weeks ago on my Amex Schwab platinum. It was $15 off $75 cellular charge. To be used up to 2 times. So an easy $30.

  2. I got a slightly worse offer:
    Get a $10 statement credit by using your enrolled eligible Card to spend a minimum of $75 in one or more transactions when you pay your wireless bill directly with a US wireless service provider by 12/31/2022. Limit of 2 statement credits (total of $20). See terms.

    FWIW, I was already using a different Amex card for my wireless bill, but its nice to be able to get this offer on a card I’m trying to meet the mimumum spend requirement on…

  3. both personal platinum and Hilton card. Got pop up when I tried to add to 2nd card saying already added to another card

  4. Hmm… not seeing it on any of mine. Dang. (Biz plat, Biz gold, Marriott Biz, Amazon Biz, or personal Every Day.)

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