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New Amex ‘statement credit’ deal at Selfridges

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Amex has launched a new ‘statement credit’ deal, this time with Selfridges.

The discount is OK, offering £10 back when you spend £50 on your American Express card.

Mr Selfridge

To register, you need to log on to your American Express online statement.  In the right-hand margin should be a box called ‘My Offers’.  Click on this and you will be taken to details of the Selfridges offer.  (The Blacks Leisure discount is also still running.)

You need to click ‘save to card’ to register for the offer.  You can register all of your Amex-issued Amex cards, as long as the deal appears under ‘My Offers’.

The offer runs until 28th February, so you have plenty of time to do the eligible spend.  You could even buy £50 gift vouchers if you want to buy something later.

The offer is limited to the first 6,500 cards to register, so don’t delay.  You can do the eligible £50 of spending whenever you want, but you should register now.

Comments (14)

  • Lisa says:

    Just logged onto my AmEx account, and got a similar offer for Harvey Nichols – £10 off £50 spend. This one’s only valid until the end of December, but it IS valid on harveynichols.com.

  • Simon says:

    A few new offers appeared on my Amex Gold this morning

    Anthropologie
    Save this offer to your Card to get a £10 statement credit when you spend £30 or more on your Card in store at Anthropologie or online at anthropologie.eu before 23.59 (GMT) on 28 February 2014 (the Offer Period).

    Costco
    Save this offer to your card to get a £20 statement credit when you spend £200 or more on your card online at Costco.co.uk before 23.59 (GMT) on 28 February 2014 (the Offer Period).

  • Alan says:

    Selfridges offer not showing for my Platinum card. Signed up to the Costco offer as quick as I could though!

  • What's the Point says:

    Don’t try and buy a Harvey Nichols gift card from their website – its processed via a 3rd party. And its their name that appears on your credit card.

    Which I can assume will mean, that I won’t be getting my £10 credit!