Amex is offering bonus miles and membership rewards points for transactions on Transport for London
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All change at the UK Amex hotel benefit office – out with Accor, and in with Hilton, Shangri-La and Melia Hotels. Read about their status matches here.
The Amex Platinum card in the UK comes in at £450 per year. What do you get for that many ask. Here I take a look at the travel benefits.
The Amazon web site pretty much lets you buy anything you like. Amex has now partnered with amazon.co.uk to allow UK members to use their points on savings at the online retailer. Not terribly good value, but you seem to be able to use any amount you wish to redeem. No need to match to the nearest 500 or 1000 points.
Some new Amex statement credits are worth a second look. Including a £10 credit for a £65 spend at World Duty Free at Heathrow.
Amex has launched new offers in the UK where you can earn a statement credit with a number of retailers when you spend at the UK’s airport. To secure the credits you must link your Amex account with Foursquare. Do the link here. They all expire on 31 January. The current offers require lower spends…
The standard offer for a new Gold Amex card is 20,000 points when you spend £2k in the first three months of ownership. This offer credits 22,000 points for the same spend level. (I earn a modest points bump for each person who earns the 22,000 points). Use this link to apply Benefits of the…
American Express in the UK are offering a number of statement credits for customers spending specific amounts. These work by you spending the prescribed amount by the given date and then a credit appearing on your next statement. These work pretty reliably in my experience. Register your card through your online account SHOPS – by…
Latest Amex Preferred Rewards Gold Card for the UK are launched. Some decent offers for travel for the autumn. Log in to your account, activate and spend on the card and a statement credit appears if you spend over the minimums specified.
An early morning visit to the Centurion Lounge at Las Vegas Airport gave Miles From Blighty a view of how the other half – of lounge guests – lives.