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American Express Invites dining restaurant - Spend £10.00, get £10 back

£10.00 @ American Express
UPDATE (17/02/17) - the deal has now reappeared on my cards and is saving successfully. Have another go if you received the error previously. Looks good if you're going to be eating out in London, …
morgie Avatar
1w, 20h agoFound 1 week, 20 hours ago
UPDATE (17/02/17) - the deal has now reappeared on my cards and is saving successfully. Have another go if you received the error previously.

Looks good if you're going to be eating out in London, Edinburgh or Norfolk. Logon to your online account to save the offer.

NOTE - Currently receiving the error "Unable to save offer at this time - please try again later" when trying to save the offer to card. Hopefully this will be resolved by Amex later today.

AMERICAN EXPRESS INVITES
Spend £10 or more, get £10 back
Save to Card to get £10 back on a transaction of £10+ at an American Express Invites dining restaurant by 10/04/17. Valid once per Card for the first 10,000 Cardmembers to save. Terms, location and payment restrictions apply.

More info, including list of participating restaurants - http://mintcreative.com/staging/20830-AMEX-App-Participating-Restaurants/

Dine at any of the participating restaurants below and receive a £10 statement credit on a transaction of £10 or more. In addition you’ll also still enjoy your special complimentary dining benefits such as an appetizer, a bottle of wine or 20% off the food bill as part of the dining program.

To redeem your £10 statement credit dine at the participating restaurant of your choice, spend a minimum of £10 and pay with your American Express Card. To receive your special dining benefit, simply identify yourself as an American Express cardholder upon arrival or advise when booking.
morgie Avatar
1w, 20h agoFound 1 week, 20 hours ago
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1 Like #1
nice deal :)
#2
NOTE - Currently receiving the error "Unable to save offer at this time - please try again later" when trying to save the offer to card. Hopefully this will be resolved by Amex later today.

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Edited By: morgie on Feb 13, 2017 07:50: .
[helper] 1 Like #3
£10 off £10 - nice deal

Heat added
#5
Same problem for me on the app, try to save to card and get the unable to save message. Weird.
1 Like #6
I have the offer, but can't save it!

Unable to save offer at this time - please try again later.

Nothing for us poor Northerners anyway, unless they update that!
Off to take my whippet for a walk!
#7
Has anyone based in london tried to save it. Maybe you need to be near a location...?
#8
prash_2k
Has anyone based in london tried to save it. Maybe you need to be near a location...?

Yes and mine wouldn't save either.
#9
same here, doesn't work
#10
Mada06
prash_2k
Has anyone based in london tried to save it. Maybe you need to be near a location...?

Yes and mine wouldn't save either.


Oh well. Just keep trying
#11
Last time I had the wouldn't save problem was because the limit had already been reached
#12
Can't save
#13
KPascall
Last time I had the wouldn't save problem was because the limit had already been reached

I don't believe that's the issue in this case.
#14
saved for me on all my 3 Amex cards, Im based in London and did them all through the website not the app if that helps
#15
slliw
saved for me on all my 3 Amex cards, Im based in London and did them all through the website not the app if that helps

Thanks. Still doesn't appear to be working through the full site for me, others from today were fine.
#16
didn't work on mine either.. tried both in app and on desktop
#17
Yes, still broken!
#18
From the T&C's
B. Eligible Cards
Not all cards are eligible for this offer. If your card is ineligible, you will receive an error message and you will not be able to register for the offer. Corporate, business travel, government and store cards are not eligible.

Both of mine do not fall into that list but get the error message, odd

Edited By: kudos1uk on Feb 13, 2017 19:54
2 Likes #19
I don't know what else I was expecting from an American company... someone should tell America that there is more to the UK than London
#20
MonkeyG0D
I don't know what else I was expecting from an American company... someone should tell America that there is more to the UK than London

What a daft comment. It's quite clear it's broken for everyone!
#21
MonkeyG0D
I don't know what else I was expecting from an American company... someone should tell America that there is more to the UK than London

morgie
Looks good if you're going to be eating out in London, Edinburgh or Norfolk.
#22
tried to save it few hours ago, but received the error msg... and now it's not listed in save the offer..:(
#23
Yes I can comfirm, as the poster above said, it's no longer in offers list. Guess they reached the maximum limit maybe?
#24
napolimp
Yes I can comfirm, as the poster above said, it's no longer in offers list. Guess they reached the maximum limit maybe?

Hopefully more likely they're fixing the offer and will relaunch it.
1 Like #25
morgie
napolimp
Yes I can comfirm, as the poster above said, it's no longer in offers list. Guess they reached the maximum limit maybe?
Hopefully more likely they're fixing the offer and will relaunch it.

Fingers crossed
#26
I saved it no problem x2

The tapas joints in London look good for drinks/ snacks that get you just over £10
#27
Hi- is this card specific because I can't see it under my offers
#28
nds06
Hi- is this card specific because I can't see it under my offers

yes
1 Like #29
UPDATE - the deal has now reappeared on my cards and is saving successfully. Have another go if you received the error previously.
1 Like #30
morgie
UPDATE - the deal has now reappeared on my cards and is saving successfully. Have another go if you received the error previously.

Yes, back.
But no extra restaurants from the original destinations in the UK.

Off again to take my whippet for a walk, with my flat cap on.
Maybe I'll pick up a Gregg's sausage roll later!
#31
Managed to save now.
Anyone know if you could use on two cards splitting the bill like with the small business cash back?
#32
jujuja
Managed to save now.
Anyone know if you could use on two cards splitting the bill like with the small business cash back?

Probably be up to individual restaurants.
Check to see if they sell gift vouchers / cards. That could be one way to tweak things.
#33
backinstock
jujuja
Managed to save now.
Anyone know if you could use on two cards splitting the bill like with the small business cash back?
Probably be up to individual restaurants.
Check to see if they sell gift vouchers / cards. That could be one way to tweak things.
That won't work with the 20 % off food offer etc though....
#34
jujuja
backinstock
jujuja
Managed to save now.
Anyone know if you could use on two cards splitting the bill like with the small business cash back?
Probably be up to individual restaurants.
Check to see if they sell gift vouchers / cards. That could be one way to tweak things.
That won't work with the 20 % off food offer etc though....

Why not?
Would the 20% not just come off the bill and you would pay with the vouchers and top up any extra amount?
eg bill is originally £30 - less 20% = £24. Pay using two x £10 gift vouchers + £4 - cost = £4.
#35
backinstock
jujuja
backinstock
jujuja
Managed to save now.
Anyone know if you could use on two cards splitting the bill like with the small business cash back?
Probably be up to individual restaurants.
Check to see if they sell gift vouchers / cards. That could be one way to tweak things.
That won't work with the 20 % off food offer etc though....
Why not?
Would the 20% not just come off the bill and you would pay with the vouchers and top up any extra amount?
eg bill is originally £30 - less 20% = £24. Pay using two x £10 gift vouchers + £4 - cost = £4.
Ahh OK I thought the t'a and c's meant you had to pay in full with Amex
#36
jujuja
backinstock
jujuja
backinstock
jujuja
Managed to save now.
Anyone know if you could use on two cards splitting the bill like with the small business cash back?
Probably be up to individual restaurants.
Check to see if they sell gift vouchers / cards. That could be one way to tweak things.
That won't work with the 20 % off food offer etc though....
Why not?
Would the 20% not just come off the bill and you would pay with the vouchers and top up any extra amount?
eg bill is originally £30 - less 20% = £24. Pay using two x £10 gift vouchers + £4 - cost = £4.
Ahh OK I thought the t'a and c's meant you had to pay in full with Amex

You'd be paying in full for the £10 vouchers. :D
Hope you manage to tweak something, good luck.
1 Like #37
backinstock
jujuja
backinstock
jujuja
backinstock
jujuja
Managed to save now.
Anyone know if you could use on two cards splitting the bill like with the small business cash back?
Probably be up to individual restaurants.
Check to see if they sell gift vouchers / cards. That could be one way to tweak things.
That won't work with the 20 % off food offer etc though....
Why not?
Would the 20% not just come off the bill and you would pay with the vouchers and top up any extra amount?
eg bill is originally £30 - less 20% = £24. Pay using two x £10 gift vouchers + £4 - cost = £4.
Ahh OK I thought the t'a and c's meant you had to pay in full with Amex
You'd be paying in full for the £10 vouchers. :D
Hope you manage to tweak something, good luck.
Thanks. Seems like too much of a faff for £10 cash back. Might just try splitting over two cards when dining with my husband so we both get the £10 back
#38
Bet people will find dissapointing that if you've managed to save the offer last time you need save it again.


Edited By: mspychala on Feb 17, 2017 10:54
#39
mspychala
Bet people will find dissapointing that if you've managed to save the offer last time you need save it again.

I'm not sure if we know that's the case yet?
#40
Great job! Thanks for posting.

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