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  • Kowalski 112 posts

    There was recently an Amex offer for £100 statement credit upon spending £400 at a luxury Marriott hotel. The Head for Points article about it was here: https://www.headforpoints.com/2022/09/20/save-100-at-marriott-hotels-with-amex/

    I had this saved on my Platinum card, but I’ve just looked at my saved offers and the offer has disappeared. I spent £400 yesterday at one of the properties on the list, the payment is still pending on my card. The £50 Marriott statement credit offer which I also have saved has vanished as well. What’s going on here, have the offers disappeared for other people? I spent £400 to receive the £100 cash back!

    RCHammer 64 posts

    Both of these are still showing for me so it doesn’t seem to be a sudden withdrawal of these offers for everyone

    Andrew J 771 posts

    It means that the offer has been triggered – it will move to “recently redeemed” next and then pay out. Sometimes they disappear from saved as they transition to redeemed.

    Kowalski 112 posts

    It means that the offer has been triggered – it will move to “recently redeemed” next and then pay out. Sometimes they disappear from saved as they transition to redeemed.

    Hey, thanks. But that doesn’t make sense why the £50 Marriott offer has also disappeared, I haven’t triggered that one

    Rob
    HfP Staff
    2,288 posts

    Still got mine – the London EDITION, where we held the HfP SME reader dinner last week, is going to find that their bill will be paid across as many Amex cards as Rhys, Sinead and I can get together 🙂

    Kowalski 112 posts

    Just to follow up, the £100 statement credit has been applied now. The £50 statement credit offer has also been applied, which is a nice surprise. I’m sure the hotel I stayed at wasn’t even on the list of hotels for the £50 credit offer!

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