Costco.com $15 off $115: American Express Offers

If you have an American Express card, log into your account online and scroll down until you see the “Offers For You” tab. Many (but not all) will find a Costco.com offer where you if you spend $115 on your linked AmEx, you’ll get $10 back. (Looks similar to this). If you’d rather spend money in-store, you can buy a $100 Costco Cash card and a $25 Costco Cash card and you will get the $10 back. I just did it and it worked for me.

Get a one-time $15 statement credit by using your enrolled Card to spend a total of $115 or more online at Costco.com by 12/31/2013.

Also look at the other offers, there are some good ones right now including AMC Theaters, Best Buy, Chevron, ExxonMobil, Kohl’s, Land’s End, and more. (The recent Amazon offer appears to be expired.)

You can also try to access this offer via Facebook. You can also use the Twitter hashtag #AmexCostco if you’re synced up. I was waiting to see if this offer would go wider, but it appears to be limited to those targeted.

Comments

  1. If it doesn’t show up in your offers, it is available with Facebook/Twitter linking and it is $15.

  2. FYI: There is a typo in the title and first paragraph as this deal is for a $15 statement credit (not $10)…even better!

  3. Thanks for the corrections!

  4. Awesome deal. Got my $15. Thanks!

  5. I’ve tried doing this a couple of times and both times it looks like it didn’t go through Costco.com….even though the order is received, I no longer see the charge on my amex. anyone else having similar issues?

  6. SpaceDragon says:

    Thanks! Awesome.

  7. Similar to ZZ’s, my Order was still shows up on Costco page but Amex cancelled the order.

  8. This is about American Express & Costco, not its special offers, but thought some might be interested.

    I have a Costco AMEX card that offers 3% back on gasolene, 2% on dining & travel and 1% on everything else. But I found an AMEX card offered through my Fidelity investment account that offers 2% back on all purchases, so I now use it for everything except gasolene. After I have accumulated $75 in rewards, I have it set to deposit the money directly into my Fidelity brokerage account. I acquired the card less than a year ago but have already earned $300 in rewards. I pay off all my credit cards in full each month, so I never pay a finance charge and get a small reward on every purchase which doesn’t seem like much until I total it at the end of the year. (I also have a Fidelity VISA card that pays 1.5% which I use only when AMEX is not accepted.) Now, I just have to convince my husband to charge everything on his Fidelity cards to earn even more each year.

    Regarding Costco: A regular membership is $55 which includes no rewards. But an executive membership costs $110 and pays 2% back once a year. If you average $250 or more a month of spending at Costco, you will get at least $60 back, making your membership cost only $50. But I spend more than that each month, so I often get back more than my membership fee, so I actually make money. I think the least I ever got back was $85 (when membership was $100, so it only cost me $15 to be a member that year.)

    All that being said, I am not a impulse shopper —in fact I really hate to shop, so the fact that I earn money back doesn’t mean I spend willy-nilly. I ask myself if I need or want something and only rarely treat myself to a want.

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