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Spend £400 or more, get £100 back  @ MR PORTER with Amex Offers
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Spend £400 or more, get £100 back @ MR PORTER with Amex Offers

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Posted 17th Mar
OFFER DETAILSSave to Card to get a £100 statement credit on eligible spend of £400+ online at MR PORTER by 30/04/2019. Valid once per Card for the first 4,000 Cardmembers to save. Terms, locations & payment restrictions apply.



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Offer available from 13/03/2019 until 30/04/2019 to the first 4,000 UK Cardmembers who save the offer to their Card.Spend must be billed to your Card account by 30/04/2019, to be eligible for this offer. If MR PORTER does not charge your Card during this period, e.g. because of a delay in dispatching your goods, you may not be eligible for this offer.Available online at mrporter.com/en-gb.Offer only valid for orders delivered to the UK.Statement credit will only be rewarded if the spend threshold of £400 is met.Only one £100 credit per UK Card.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.Offer is only intended for the targeted recipient of this offer.An awarded credit may be reversed if qualifying transaction is refunded or cancelled.Credit should appear on your billing statement within 5 days from qualifying spend but may take up to 90 days from 30/04/2019.For full offer terms and more details about statement credits click here. By saving the offer to your Card, you agree to the offer terms.
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not on any of mine.
cold.
Why is the thread image of a Canadian Cobalt card?
Amex....rip off merchant fee's so not accepted by thousands of SME's near you. Unless you go to the states frequently, better to stick to Visa and Mastercard.
Tyranicus6617/03/2019 20:37

Amex....rip off merchant fee's so not accepted by thousands of SME's near …Amex....rip off merchant fee's so not accepted by thousands of SME's near you. Unless you go to the states frequently, better to stick to Visa and Mastercard.



Better reward programs than anywhere else, and accepted by a lot of places. One should never have JUST an Amex, but generally speaking, an Amex is a better first choice of card to use.

Also - really bad idea to use most or all of the UK ones in the US because of the exchange fee. Get an Aqua or Tandem card for that.

Oh, one more massive benefit of having an Amex: Should you ever move abroad, you can do a Global Transfer to the new country, meaning you can get a credit card when it mightn't've been possible for a while.
Edited by: "Blurble" 17th Mar
Blurble17/03/2019 22:35

Better reward programs than anywhere else, and accepted by a lot of …Better reward programs than anywhere else, and accepted by a lot of places. One should never have JUST an Amex, but generally speaking, an Amex is a better first choice of card to use.Also - really bad idea to use most or all of the UK ones in the US because of the exchange fee. Get an Aqua or Tandem card for that.Oh, one more massive benefit of having an Amex: Should you ever move abroad, you can do a Global Transfer to the new country, meaning you can get a credit card when it mightn't've been possible for a while.


Got an HSBC Premier card that does all that for free and is accepted literally everywhere. Amex is the least accepted of the big three, precisely because they rip merchants off. Unfortunately Amex still trade on the 80's notion
that certain credit card's have "cache" attached to them.
Tyranicus663 h, 32 m ago

Got an HSBC Premier card that does all that for free and is accepted …Got an HSBC Premier card that does all that for free and is accepted literally everywhere. Amex is the least accepted of the big three, precisely because they rip merchants off. Unfortunately Amex still trade on the 80's notionthat certain credit card's have "cache" attached to them.



Is the points earning rate a third or half of what Amex is?

Does the HSBC Premier Mastercard add a 3% foreign exchange fee?

What sort of offers do you get with HSBC Premier?
Tyranicus6620 h, 36 m ago

Got an HSBC Premier card that does all that for free and is accepted …Got an HSBC Premier card that does all that for free and is accepted literally everywhere. Amex is the least accepted of the big three, precisely because they rip merchants off. Unfortunately Amex still trade on the 80's notionthat certain credit card's have "cache" attached to them.


Cachet, you mean.

In order to get HSBC Premier, you have to have:

savings or investments of at least £50,000 with HSBC in the UK; oran individual annual income of at least £75,000 and one of the following products with HSBC in the UK: a mortgage, investment, life insurance or protection product.
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