Double reward points at Esso, Aldi, Deliveroo, Superdrug and Curry's PC World with American Express
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Double reward points at Esso, Aldi, Deliveroo, Superdrug and Curry's PC World with American Express

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Double reward points at Esso, Aldi, Deliveroo, Superdrug and Curry's PC World with American Express
Expires on 21/11/2020Available: NationalPosted 22nd Aug 2020Edited by:"Tam2"
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By enrolling into this offer you agree to American Express sending you a communication confirming enrolment, redemption and an expiry reminder of this offer.
Please click here for a list of participating locations.
1 Bonus MR Point will be awarded for every £1 GBP spent at the participating merchants, every time until 21 November 2020.
Offer available in participating Esso stores.
Offer available online and instore with Aldi and Superdrug.
Offer available online only with Deliveroo and Currys PC World.
Department store concessions are not included in the offer
Esso mobile app and third party concessions in store are excluded from this offer.
Superdrug online Doctor, Glasses, Superdrug Mobile are excluded from this offer.
Currys PC World Care and Repair is excluded from this offer.
Online orders for instore collection are excluded from this offer.
Offer not valid on orders paid on finance.
Offer only applies to spend made in Great British Pound (GBP) on the Card to which the offer is saved, including an American Express Card loaded into a mobile payment wallet.
Offer does not apply to spend on other Cards you might hold and is not valid for transactions made using Payment Aggregators.
Points should appear on your billing statement within 5 days from qualifying spend but may take up to 90 days from 21/11/2020.
Awarded points may be reversed if qualifying transaction is refunded or cancelled. Any misuse, as reasonably determined by us, relating to your redemption of Amex Offers may result in an awarded points being reversed, and ineligibility from future Amex Offers and other promotions. This reversal may take place up to a maximum of 180 days after the offer campaign end date.
Offer is only intended for the targeted recipient of this offer.
Spend must be billed to your Card account by 21 November 2020 to be eligible for this offer. If your Card is not charged during this period, for example a delay in dispatching your goods, you may not be eligible for this offer.
By saving the offer to your Card, you agree to the Offer Terms.
For full Offer Terms and more details about statement credits click here.
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pototea23/08/2020 14:41

I've found I get 20-30% more mileage in my car using Esso fuel rather than …I've found I get 20-30% more mileage in my car using Esso fuel rather than Shell or supermarket fuel. So for me paying the extra works out cheaper in the long run


BS.
It's pretty meaningless just saying Amex, there are so many different types. It was on the original poster's Gold card, and a couple of other people have popped up staying it's on their Gold cards too. One guy with a Platinum has said it wasn't on his and it's not on my Platinum either. Anyone reading the thread with a Gold card now knows that it might be worth checking theirs, anyone with a Platinum card it's probably not. The type of card is normally highly relevant information.
Not on mine.
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Most likely on select cards. Those that have it are quids in.
Not on mine.
tomacat122/08/2020 23:21

Most likely on select cards. Those that have it are quids in.


Perhaps, although the selection of retailers is limited.
Not on mine - None of those retailers
Edited by: "Gollywood" 23rd Aug
I have it on my gold charge card.

Nice to have, but I'd need to be driving by an ESSO with good prices. Generally, they're 10p more per litre than supermarkets, so not worth it for an extra point. Great for people that expense fuel back to their employer though.

Doubt I'll shop at the others before it finishes... never know though!
Nothing on my card.
old_mikefield23/08/2020 02:26

Perhaps, although the selection of retailers is limited.


Absolutely, I don't shop at any of those
Thanks activated on my gold card.
Guess it is worth it if you're buying something big from Currys but we don't need/want anything from there, I go to Superdrug once every few weeks and spend a few quid on toiletries so I don't think i'd notice the extra few points. Be nice if they did it with Tesco though :D.
madeyoulook23/08/2020 07:05

I have it on my gold charge card.Nice to have, but I'd need to be driving …I have it on my gold charge card.Nice to have, but I'd need to be driving by an ESSO with good prices. Generally, they're 10p more per litre than supermarkets, so not worth it for an extra point. Great for people that expense fuel back to their employer though.Doubt I'll shop at the others before it finishes... never know though!


I've found I get 20-30% more mileage in my car using Esso fuel rather than Shell or supermarket fuel. So for me paying the extra works out cheaper in the long run
pototea23/08/2020 14:41

I've found I get 20-30% more mileage in my car using Esso fuel rather than …I've found I get 20-30% more mileage in my car using Esso fuel rather than Shell or supermarket fuel. So for me paying the extra works out cheaper in the long run


For the same octane? Or are you buying Esso Premium?
Why do people keep having to say "....activated on my GOLD CARD..."?
pototea23/08/2020 14:41

I've found I get 20-30% more mileage in my car using Esso fuel rather than …I've found I get 20-30% more mileage in my car using Esso fuel rather than Shell or supermarket fuel. So for me paying the extra works out cheaper in the long run


WOW!

Looks like everyone is off to Esso now.
Not for me either (Platinum card)
pototea23/08/2020 14:41

I've found I get 20-30% more mileage in my car using Esso fuel rather than …I've found I get 20-30% more mileage in my car using Esso fuel rather than Shell or supermarket fuel. So for me paying the extra works out cheaper in the long run


BS.
ricster99923/08/2020 17:07

Why do people keep having to say "....activated on my GOLD CARD..."?


So that people with the same card know it might be worth checking to see if it's on theirs.
adamphillips23/08/2020 18:52

So that people with the same card know it might be worth checking to see …So that people with the same card know it might be worth checking to see if it's on theirs.


Yeah but do they need to say "Amex GOLD CARD...". Surely just "Amex" will do, or do we actually need to know they have a gold card??
It's pretty meaningless just saying Amex, there are so many different types. It was on the original poster's Gold card, and a couple of other people have popped up staying it's on their Gold cards too. One guy with a Platinum has said it wasn't on his and it's not on my Platinum either. Anyone reading the thread with a Gold card now knows that it might be worth checking theirs, anyone with a Platinum card it's probably not. The type of card is normally highly relevant information.
What do these points actually get you
Not on my platinum
ricster99923/08/2020 18:57

Yeah but do they need to say "Amex GOLD CARD...". Surely just "Amex" will …Yeah but do they need to say "Amex GOLD CARD...". Surely just "Amex" will do, or do we actually need to know they have a gold card??


There are different types of Amex cards, and not all of them will get this offer
Not on my platinum unfortunately
A1323/08/2020 18:32

BS.


Very suspicious myself - 2-3% I could just about think credible for same fuel type
I drive a 0.99cl vw polo, mainly motorway miles and at 60mph max. Think what you like but I only shop at Esso as that's what works best on my car.

And I buy standard unleaded not premium.
Edited by: "pototea" 23rd Aug
Muhammad_Patel23/08/2020 19:12

What do these points actually get you



Vouchers mostly. Its a false economy, better off getting Amex cashback card.
Supercharge_Me23/08/2020 22:10

Vouchers mostly. Its a false economy, better off getting Amex cashback …Vouchers mostly. Its a false economy, better off getting Amex cashback card.


These points are generally worth over 1p per points if use wisely on airlines or hotels, cashback cards rates are well below it.
Supercharge_Me23/08/2020 22:10

Vouchers mostly. Its a false economy, better off getting Amex cashback …Vouchers mostly. Its a false economy, better off getting Amex cashback card.


Think you might want to click on Streets90210’s link . . . Definitely changed my life!

headforpoints.com/
amar36323/08/2020 23:07

Think you might want to click on Streets90210’s link . . . Definitely c …Think you might want to click on Streets90210’s link . . . Definitely changed my life!headforpoints.com/


It's hardly life changing.
Not on my Platinum card either.
As all of you I assume are American Express users like myself. What type of American Express do you use/reccomend?

I have the everyday platinum cashback card. So cashback instead of points.

Would it be worth transferring my card to a points type American Express? Better value perhaps? I haven’t even had my cashback paid out yet, it’s done yearly so not keeping me enticed.
ricster99923/08/2020 18:57

Yeah but do they need to say "Amex GOLD CARD...". Surely just "Amex" will …Yeah but do they need to say "Amex GOLD CARD...". Surely just "Amex" will do, or do we actually need to know they have a gold card??


We do, as smaller offers are usually card dependent
danielwhicks23/08/2020 23:29

As all of you I assume are American Express users like myself. What type …As all of you I assume are American Express users like myself. What type of American Express do you use/reccomend?I have the everyday platinum cashback card. So cashback instead of points. Would it be worth transferring my card to a points type American Express? Better value perhaps? I haven’t even had my cashback paid out yet, it’s done yearly so not keeping me enticed.


Go to head for points, it tells you which bonus offers you can get, think the only ones you can get as you’re an existing customer are the British airways card or the platinum card or if you have a business you can get the business ones. Make sure you apply through a referral link, I could always dm you one haha.
ltji23/08/2020 22:40

These points are generally worth over 1p per points if use wisely on …These points are generally worth over 1p per points if use wisely on airlines or hotels, cashback cards rates are well below it.


Exactly my point. They are only worth it if you use them on certain things, if I don't plan on spending any money on airlines or hotels then I'm just spending for the sake of it.

I'm glad it works for some people but cashback works better for me. The golden days of reward cards is over so if a points card is changing peoples lives I'd love to see their face when they find out santa isn't real.
Supercharge_Me24/08/2020 07:45

Exactly my point. They are only worth it if you use them on certain …Exactly my point. They are only worth it if you use them on certain things, if I don't plan on spending any money on airlines or hotels then I'm just spending for the sake of it. I'm glad it works for some people but cashback works better for me. The golden days of reward cards is over so if a points card is changing peoples lives I'd love to see their face when they find out santa isn't real.


My point is amex points can be worth well over 1p per point if use wisely, how does it become exactly your point of "false economy" in your original post?
ricster99923/08/2020 17:07

Why do people keep having to say "....activated on my GOLD CARD..."?


Because sometimes you get different offers based on what level card you have.

Gold, plat, red, cashback, BA etc

Its not people showing off, its them stating which tier of membership has allowed them to get what offer and hence others with the same card 'might' get the same.
Not on any of my 3 amex... plat, blue rewards, nectar
pototea23/08/2020 21:35

I drive a 0.99cl vw polo, mainly motorway miles and at 60mph max. Think …I drive a 0.99cl vw polo, mainly motorway miles and at 60mph max. Think what you like but I only shop at Esso as that's what works best on my car.And I buy standard unleaded not premium.


Unfortunately it’s all psychological. Maybe buying fuels elsewhere makes you angry, and drive more harshly? Lol

All regular “fuel” has to meet the same standard, in order to be marketed & sold as “fuel” on a UK forecourt. In fact Esso likely share the same upstream suppliers as the supermarket fuel you so despise.

Premium has a different octane rating, and premium diesel is a different kettle of fish altogether, with “detergents” added in.
Edited by: "Wiskers" 24th Aug
pototea23/08/2020 14:41

I've found I get 20-30% more mileage in my car using Esso fuel rather than …I've found I get 20-30% more mileage in my car using Esso fuel rather than Shell or supermarket fuel. So for me paying the extra works out cheaper in the long run


Wow, Dr Strange must work there!
Edited by: "MrSprkle" 24th Aug
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