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2,500 points on a £10 spend on the Amex Gold card

  • hugo r

    2500 points on a £10 spend on the Amex gold card Appeared this morning , not bad at all


    The same on the platinum card as well.


    Drat, must have missed the allocation of this (assume it went pretty fast)… Or just not offered to me for some reason


    On PRG main card, but not on sup.


    Didn’t find it on my Platinum card.


    Husband managed to snag it on his Gold card (as the primary) but nothing on my Platinum. Thanks for the heads up!


    I wonder if this offer has run out and if my GF can add it to her sup card.


    Was on my wife’s 5 mins ago. First 12,000.


    Was on my wife’s 5 mins ago. First 12,000.

    Ditto. Only on my wife’s PRG!


    Was on my wife’s 5 mins ago. First 12,000.

    So it went from first 32K to first 12K?

    Likely they added more?

    Just got an email about it. Must be the MR Points version of the £5 cashback offer for the Platinum Cashback cards.


    only appeared on 1 of many cards in my family


    Might have said 32k or 12k, members cant remember.

    HfP Staff

    Not on my Plat! My wife has it on her Gold.


    Folks, are there any restrictions? Amazon gift cards OK? A quick cheap book and dvd purchase done last night at Amazon for £10.04. Hopefully that should do it. Points should be in “5 days” but could be “up to 90 days after the offer”. Decent deal tbh.


    It just says the payment must be GBP and to have the payment clear before the deadline.


    I’m hoping the points post quickly, as I need to cancel my card at the end of the month!


    Transaction done on 24th (Amazon purchase), points received today.

    Already transferred them out, so will wait for them to hit my BA account then close the card. Perfect timing!


    £10.04 on Amazon on Monday night, 2500 points today. Excellent…..

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