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AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVEL Spend £200.00 or more, get £50 back

£200.00 @ American Express
AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVEL Spend £200 or more, get £50 back Save to Card to get a £50 statement credit on eligible spend of £200+ online with American Express Travel by 28/02/2017. Valid once per Card …
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AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVEL
Spend £200 or more, get £50 back
Save to Card to get a £50 statement credit on eligible spend of £200+ online with American Express Travel by 28/02/2017. Valid once per Card for the first 24,000 Cardmembers to save. Terms and payment restrictions apply.
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#1
Similar to the Trailfinders offer only on my Gold Card.
Checked others cards incl. platinum cash back and it's not there.

Edited By: nnj10 on Dec 29, 2016 08:30: Further information
#2
Trailfinders is not just on Gold card
#3
twinkle
Trailfinders is not just on Gold card


​true, i got it on my non gold card
#4
only negative here is AT is max T-230 whereas BA is T-355

but a genuine £50 as prices are generally identical plus no booking fee (not that I pay that on BA either :) )
1 Like #5
I was waiting for this, it was £50 off £150 last year!
#6
luvsadealdealdeal
only negative here is AT is max T-230 whereas BA is T-355
but a genuine £50 as prices are generally identical plus no booking fee (not that I pay that on BA either :) )

Huh? :|
#7
luvsadealdealdeal
only negative here is AT is max T-230 whereas BA is T-355
but a genuine £50 as prices are generally identical plus no booking fee (not that I pay that on BA either :) )

Good point..
#8
Doesn't show up on my list of offers :(
#9
Figo_Rulz11
Doesn't show up on my list of offers :(

Mine neither
#10
I can't imagine you can buy currency with this can you?
#11
rossington
luvsadealdealdeal
only negative here is AT is max T-230 whereas BA is T-355
but a genuine £50 as prices are generally identical plus no booking fee (not that I pay that on BA either :) )
Huh? :|
No idea either but i'm in .
#12
firstofficer
luvsadealdealdeal
only negative here is AT is max T-230 whereas BA is T-355
but a genuine £50 as prices are generally identical plus no booking fee (not that I pay that on BA either :) )
Good point..

I meant T-330 damned keyboard
#13
Doesn't show on my gold card either. And i was planning to book a flight soon...
#14
Doesn't show on my normal cashback card :( maybe because I have used Amex travel several times before?
#15
husain_kola
Doesn't show on my normal cashback card :( maybe because I have used Amex travel several times before?

Possible, I've used them before as well. Sometimes I hate targeted marketing campaigns, lol.
#16
I am currently away using this offer last time it ran in February / March earlier this year. IIRC it was £50 off on £250 spend. Booked two separate flights using two different cards so saved £100on flights.

Probably will be using this for Hotel bookings.
#17
Got this on my Gold card but not on BA one, which it was on last year i think
#18
Got it on my Platinum cards
#19
Not on BA Amex.... this is garbage.
#20
Great, got this on my platinum card and they happened to be cheaper on Las Vegas hotels already.

Is it possible to use it multiple times as I'm planning to book some more hotels soon. Sorry just realised it says one per card. Might get my partner an additional card.

Edited By: Poolius on Dec 29, 2016 17:09
#21
I don't really understand this. Is it just for cards issued by Amex? I have Amex cards issued by mbna and Lloyds but perhaps they're no good. When I try to register these it says "We are sorry
We are currently experiencing technical difficulties and could not process your request.Please wait 15 minutes and try again. Or please call the number on the back of your Card for assistance." so I don't know if they should work or not.
#22
Arbu
I don't really understand this. Is it just for cards issued by Amex? I have Amex cards issued by mbna and Lloyds but perhaps they're no good. When I try to register these it says "We are sorry
We are currently experiencing technical difficulties and could not process your request.Please wait 15 minutes and try again. Or please call the number on the back of your Card for assistance." so I don't know if they should work or not.


This offer is for cards issued by Amex directly only.
#23
Hot, thanks! On my Platinum Cashback but not on my Gold Rewards though.
#24
nnj10
Arbu
I don't really understand this. Is it just for cards issued by Amex? I have Amex cards issued by mbna and Lloyds but perhaps they're no good. When I try to register these it says "We are sorry
We are currently experiencing technical difficulties and could not process your request.Please wait 15 minutes and try again. Or please call the number on the back of your Card for assistance." so I don't know if they should work or not.
This offer is for cards issued by Amex directly only.
OK thanks.
#25
T&C state only 1 credit per card.
#26
ggfergy
T&C state only 1 credit per card.


Yes it's single use only.
#27
Just used it and the prices were fairly competitive.
Shame you couldn't use a cashback site and / or a discount code, but although it wasn't a 'true' £50 saving, it did save around £30. £203 spend, so almost perfect. :D
Instant email confirmation, but I did sign in when asked.
#28
rossington
luvsadealdealdeal
only negative here is AT is max T-230 whereas BA is T-355
but a genuine £50 as prices are generally identical plus no booking fee (not that I pay that on BA either :) )

Huh? :|


S/he means BA flights are available on BA.com from 330 days before departure, whereas the same flights are available American Express Travel from 230 days before departure. In other words you can book earlier on BA.com.
#29
psigeek
rossington
luvsadealdealdeal
only negative here is AT is max T-230 whereas BA is T-355
but a genuine £50 as prices are generally identical plus no booking fee (not that I pay that on BA either :) )
Huh? :|
S/he means BA flights are available on BA.com from 330 days before departure, whereas the same flights are available American Express Travel from 230 days before departure. In other words you can book earlier on BA.com.

sorry my damned keyboard

BA is T-365 days whereas Amex Travel is T-330 days

with peak flying times you might find your flight is a lot more expensive if you wait those 35 days
#30
On my platinum so saved the offer, thanks
#31
anyone succeeded to get it on their BA Amex (issued direct by Amex)?
#32
does this mean you have to travel by 28th feb or book by?
#33
jipsy87
does this mean you have to travel by 28th feb or book by?


Only booking by that date.
#34
luvsadealdealdeal
psigeek
rossington
luvsadealdealdeal
only negative here is AT is max T-230 whereas BA is T-355
but a genuine £50 as prices are generally identical plus no booking fee (not that I pay that on BA either :) )
Huh? :|
S/he means BA flights are available on BA.com from 330 days before departure, whereas the same flights are available American Express Travel from 230 days before departure. In other words you can book earlier on BA.com.
sorry my damned keyboard
BA is T-365 days whereas Amex Travel is T-330 days
with peak flying times you might find your flight is a lot more expensive if you wait those 35 days

BA tickets go on sale at T-355. Today they are selling tickets up to and including 22nd Dec 2017.


Edited By: shonkydonkey on Jan 02, 2017 22:28
#35
shonkydonkey
luvsadealdealdeal
psigeek
rossington
luvsadealdealdeal
only negative here is AT is max T-230 whereas BA is T-355
but a genuine £50 as prices are generally identical plus no booking fee (not that I pay that on BA either :) )
Huh? :|
S/he means BA flights are available on BA.com from 330 days before departure, whereas the same flights are available American Express Travel from 230 days before departure. In other words you can book earlier on BA.com.
sorry my damned keyboard
BA is T-365 days whereas Amex Travel is T-330 days
with peak flying times you might find your flight is a lot more expensive if you wait those 35 days
BA tickets go on sale at T-355. Today they are selling tickets up to and including 22nd Dec 2017.

damned keyboard

back to normal today

yep T-355 vs T-330 - so if you wait the extra 25 days you might get caught out by price increases particularly if flying peak peak so to speak - beginning & end of school hols
#36
Just to confirm my £50 credit is showing today.

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