American Express provides plenty of offers to get cash back. With Amex Offers, you can simply use your American Express card and get a statement credit for buying anything from airline tickets to laptops to gasoline. Amex just introduced a targeted offer for cardholders who buy a JetBlue ticket. If you spend more than $200 on your next JetBlue flight, you will get a $40 statement credit, provided you qualify for the offer. To take advantage of this deal, you must purchase your ticket through JetBlue by June 30.
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To view Amex Offers and see if you qualify, all you need to do is log into your account and go the bottom of the account summary page of any Amex card you have. Here, you will see all available offers that you're eligible for.
If you have multiple American Express cards, you should check all of them as some may have the offer while some may not. With this offer, add-ons like seat upgrades, travel insurance and baggage fees will count towards the $200 minimum.
Keep in mind you will receive a statement credit within 90 days from June 30, 2017 should you end up taking advantage of this offer. However, in practice, the statement credit should post to your account much faster.
Remember, when buying your JetBlue ticket with this offer, make sure you book directly through JetBlue. You can do so by calling JetBlue, booking online at jetblue.com or by using the JetBlue app. If you book through a third-party site, you will not qualify for the statement credit.
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