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[Expired] New Amex Offers at Dell [Which Offer Did You Get?]

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If you have any American Express cards in your wallet, you’ll want to check them for the latest Dell Amex Offers, which are pretty generous. There’s also a limited-time opportunity to stack these savings with Rakuten for an additional bonus of 2% cash-back.

Let’s take a look at everything you need to know!

How To Locate Your Amex Offers

For those who are unaware, Amex Offers are limited-time promotions that give you a discount or allow you to earn extra points when you spend with certain merchants. To find these offers, you’ll need to log in to your American Express account, then scroll down to the bottom of the page. Your offers will load down here and you add any of the available offers to your card before making the purchase.

Offer Details

These offers can provide a pretty compelling value for those who shop at Dell, though they are targeted, so not everyone will be eligible.

Spend $599 or More, Get $120 Back

If you spend at least $599 in 1 or more purchases, you can receive up to $120 back as a statement credit. You must enroll to receive the offer and make your purchase using your enrolled card by September 1, 2023.

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$40 Back After Spending $200

Reportedly, there’s another Amex Offer floating around that’ll give you $40 back after you spend $200 or more at Dell. Be sure to check all of your Amex Offers if you have multiple American Express cards!

10% Back, Up to $1,100

If you hold an American Express business card, you’ll want to check your cards as well as there may be an offer targeted for you to save 10% back on your Dell purchases, up to $1,100 in statement credits (meaning that to maximize this you should spend $10,100). This offer ends September 1, 2023.

Maximizing Your Amex Offers

People are being targeted on a variety of credit cards, but this can be especially lucrative when paired with The Business Platinum Card® from American Express.

The Amex Business Platinum card offers an annual credit of up to $400 with Dell — be sure to enroll for this benefit first through your American Express account.

While this benefit is split in half throughout the year (meaning you’ll get up to $200 from January to June and a further credit of up to $200 from July to December), conceivably, if you have the first Amex Offer discussed, you can pair it with this credit to get up to $320 off your $599+ purchase.

You’d think that’d be all — but you’d be wrong. There’s more you can do to maximize your return for this purchase. Ever used a shopping portal? If you haven’t, you should. Shopping portals are free to use and allow you to earn additional miles or points on all your online purchases.

Rakuten is one of these portals, and it’s unique in that it allows you to earn American Express Membership Rewards points on your purchases. It also features the ability to earn cash-back with your Dell purchases. The current return is 2% (for a limited time, at the time of publishing).

Image Credit: Rakuten

With a $600 purchase, you’ll earn 1,200 additional Amex points. Not bad!

Hot Tip: Want to spend those freshly earned Amex points? Take a look at our guide on the best ways to use 10,000 (or fewer) American Express Membership Rewards points!

Final Thoughts

These newest Amex Offers promise lucrative returns for those looking to save money. They are targeted and have appeared on a variety of different Amex cards, so check your account(s) to see if you’re eligible. If you are, be sure to stack offers to get the best deal possible.

For rates and fees of The Business Platinum Card® from American Express, click here.

About James Larounis

James (Jamie) started The Forward Cabin blog to educate readers about points, miles, and loyalty programs. He’s spoken at Princeton University and The New York Times Travel Show and has been quoted in dozens of travel publications.


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