AMEX Offers: Free $5 from iTunes and Free $10 from Rhapsody

Good morning everyone, here are 2 new AMEX offers that might be interesting to you.  Spend $5 on iTunes and get a $5 statement credit; or, spend $15 on Rhapsody.com and get a $10 statement credit.  Both offers were found in my AMEX account, but not on all of my cards.

Right now, Ebates is celebrating their 16th birthday with 16% cash back at 150+ merchants.  Unfortunately, iTunes is not participating in this promo, but they are offering 7% cash back for iTunes purchases.

Ebates iTunes 7 Percent Cash Back

I was able to purchase a $10 iTunes eGift Card through the iTunes program.

iTunes Gift Card

The iTunes eGift Card arrives right away in your email…

$10 iTunes Gift Card

Along with an email from American Express regarding your transaction…

iTunes Purchase AMEX Plat

And a completed AMEX Offer email.  The $5 statement should show up in my AMEX account in a few days.

iTunes AMEX Offer Completed

If you have any questions, please leave a comment below.  Have a great day everyone.

P.S. Thanks to my friend Bill for sending me a screenshot of the better iTunes AMEX Offer: Spend $10 and get a $10 statement credit.

iTunes AMEX Offer $10 Statement Credit

28 thoughts on “AMEX Offers: Free $5 from iTunes and Free $10 from Rhapsody

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  3. bayguy

    I am not sure buying GC will qualify for the offer. They excluded GC buying and I am not sure if you get your 10$ credit

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      1. Racerboy80

        I sent you a copy of the $10 offer if you have not received one already.

        How did you get the shopping portal to work? Each time it directs me to open up the iTunes program when I click through to the website. Does it still recognize the purchase?

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        1. Grant

          Thank you. I’ll check my email soon. I think the shopping portal takes you to an Apple/iTunes page and then you can launch the program. I doubt I will earn cash back but I want those 70 cents :)

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          1. Racerboy80

            You’re welcome…I went ahead and purchased a $10 gift card and received my email confirmation for a $10 credit within minutes. :-)

  6. Iz

    Great post. Do you know if an actual GC would also qualify, or only eGC? It looks like the GC is sold by the Apple store, not by iTunes. Thanks.

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  7. star

    A lot of people got this targeted offer but not me (I have 5 Amex accounts) :( I didn’t get the Amazon credit either! Amex must be mad at me…

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  9. Racerboy80

    Good morning…My $10 credit posted last night on my statement for purchasing a $10 e-gift card through the iTunes Store.

    Also, I went through TopCashBack and my purchase posted there as well yesterday.

    Cheers!

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    1. Grant

      Thank you for the update. I got an email from Ebates that my cash back posted too. I will check Amex to see if it shows my statement credit too.

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  11. Kathy

    I am new to iTunes so I have a question that may sound stupid. I want to buy a few songs at one time so that my purchase is $5 or a little more than $5. I can not figure out how to purchase more than one song at a time which would only be a $1.29 purchase. The albums that I am interested in are $12 or more and I just prefer to purchase a few songs from various albums. Thank you for any help you can offer.

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    1. Grant

      I would buy a $10 iTunes gift card and then load that to your iTunes account. You can use the funds to pay for your songs. If you are feeling lucky, I think iTunes processes all payments at the end of the day and groups purchases made by the same account into one charge. If you buy 5 songs and the total is $5.65 or something, you should see one charge at the end of the day for that amount.

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