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Amex - Various new offers including World Duty Free, Oliver Bonas and EuroStar
Amex - Various new offers including World Duty Free, Oliver Bonas and EuroStar

Amex - Various new offers including World Duty Free, Oliver Bonas and EuroStar

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Appearing in my Offers in my online account this morning, see reply #1 for details.

If you have an Amex card issued by Lloyds, TSB, MBNA or Barcylays, check network.americanexpress.com/con…tml to save any of the offers that are available to your card.

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Edited by: "morgie" 14th Nov 2016

I'm going to check the Naked Wines offer.
Saved a couple though, thanks.

More offers this month than in recent months! Some good ones there too.

Nothing there floats my boat, but good if they are any use to you!

Thanks, been a while since I've been able to make use of any of the Amex offers... haven't seen any Morrison / PC World type deals for ages.

The naked wines looks good

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backinstock

I'm going to check the Naked Wines offer.Saved a couple though, thanks.



I've posted the Naked Wines one as a deal in it's own right, combining the Amex deal with a £60 voucher - hotukdeals.com/dea…572

Anybody know what's the best Amex card to get

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gd001

Anybody know what's the best Amex card to get



I'd say the fee free cashback card - "Platinum Cashback Everyday Card" -

* Get a rocking 5% cashback up to £100 cashback for your first 3 months of Cardmembership.
* Plus earn 3% cashback up to £15 on all purchases from Amazon.co.uk in your first 3 months of Cardmembership

Sorry I'm a noob, whats the difference between American express card and other visa cards?
is there a benefit to have one?
Thanks in advance

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stelo

Sorry I'm a noob, whats the difference between American express card and … Sorry I'm a noob, whats the difference between American express card and other visa cards?is there a benefit to have one?Thanks in advance



There are 3 big card providers in the UK: Mastercard, Visa, and Amex. Not all merchants accept all cards, they all come with their own fees and conditions to merchants as well as to the punters like us to who use them.

In general Amex isn't accepted AS widely (but way better than it used to be) and the general feeling, whether totally accurate or not, is their fees to merchants are generally higher (you may notice a link to my last statement :p).

As far as offers go for consumers, Amex seems to be miles ahead. Customer Service is also great - but hard to compare like for like to another card type like Visa or Mastercard as these are issued via banks and building societies rather than directly.

As with all cards there will be different T&C, fees, benefits etc tied to them which the provider should make clear. Amex have a decent range from fee free cashback cards up to some rather exclusive cards you need to get invited to be issued with.....and I don't mean my Amex Nectar card X)

Amex cards have to be paid back in full each month?

loslobos05

Amex cards have to be paid back in full each month?



​Depends if you have an Amex credit card or Amex charge card. The charge cards must be paid in full every month. For the credit cards, this is not compulsory. But really unless you are using a zero percent credit card, you really really should be paying it in full as the interest rate is likely to be in the 20+ percent. If in need of money a personal loan is a much better idea.

gd001

Anybody know what's the best Amex card to get



British Airways one. The platinum cashback one drops to like 1% after a few months.
BA one you get Avois for every £ you spend. I find it's more rewarding that a few pennies cashback.
Edited by: "daskapital" 24th Nov 2016
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