£10 credit for £10 spend at selected retailers using Amex & foursquare
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£10 credit for £10 spend at selected retailers using Amex & foursquare

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Found 30th May 2012
American Express has announced a partnership with foursquare. Sync your American Express credit card to your foursquare account and get special offers when you check in. At the moment, this seems to be a £X statement credit when you spend £X or more at certain retailers. This discount might stack with other offers (e.g. Pizza express vouchers) So far I've found:

£10 credit for £10 spend:

House of Fraser
Pizza Express
Primark
Nando's
Bella Italia
Cafe Rouge
Strada

£5 credit for £5 spend:

EAT.
Tesco

blog.foursquare.com/201…gs/

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5 Comments

I think I understand what I have to do.
It reads quite complicated but I think that you have to put foursquare on your mobile, register your card at Amex with the app.
Then when you visit somewhere, you have to log into 4square and pay with Amex, if there is a deal, you get cashback within a week on Amex statement.

Correct me if I am wrong.

That's what it sounds like to me as well, but looks like you can only do 1 per statement.

I spotted this last night, brilliant! I think it is once per retailer at one branch until 15 August (when all current offers expire), maybe offers will be refreshed/repeated/changed then! How ace, it's basically £100 of free stuff, and vouchers can be used as as long as you spend £10 it doesn't seem to matter what on! Sooo glad I'm an Amex customer!

boyaloud

I spotted this last night, brilliant! I think it is once per retailer at … I spotted this last night, brilliant! I think it is once per retailer at one branch until 15 August (when all current offers expire), maybe offers will be refreshed/repeated/changed then! How ace, it's basically £100 of free stuff, and vouchers can be used as as long as you spend £10 it doesn't seem to matter what on! Sooo glad I'm an Amex customer!



That's what I trying to find confirmation of!

There is a limit of "1 statement credit per Card"

Any one managed to find out what this means?
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