(Hat Tip to my Friend Kal for letting me know about this deal)
Good afternoon everyone, if you are a fan of Roy’s, I have a great gift card deal for you. Roy’s has a few restaurants around Arizona, California, Florida, Maryland, and Texas (all locations). My parent’s love this restaurant and I thought it would make for a great Father’s Day gift. If you purchase $100 or more of Roy’s gift cards between now and June 30, you can get a $30 promo card (details below). That is a great deal, but the deal gets better when you stack this offer with an AMEX Offer for Roy’s: $25 off $100. But finding that AMEX Offer is tricky, unless you use the Local Offers search that I covered this morning.
Good morning everyone. During our Memorial Day Weekend stay at the Andaz San Diego, my girlfriend and I were having a hard time figuring out which restaurant to go to for dinner. We didn’t have a car, so I wanted to find something close by that we could walk to. I decided to check AMEX Offers to see if there were any restaurants nearby that were offering a deal through AMEX Offers.
I opened the AMEX app and went to my American Express Business Platinum Charge Card (the only American Express card I brought on the trip – mainly for SFO Centurion Lounge access and SAN Airspace Lounge access). I clicked on the Offers icon at the bottom of the screen and then clicked the Nearby Offers link.
Good morning everyone, I hope you had a great Memorial Day Weekend. I had a great time in San Diego, walking around the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, drinking at Stone Brewery, and visiting the USS Midway. Over the weekend, I also started planning my Eurotrip around southeastern Europe. I made a really silly / stupid award booking mistake, and I want to share it with my readers so you can learn from my mistake and not make the same mistake.
After doing some award searching, I found this award ticket on Air Canada for 37,500 Air Canada Aeroplan miles. The price was higher than the 30,000 United Airlines miles, but I am trying to save my Chase Ultimate Reward Points and I had a stash of Air Canada Aeroplan miles that I wanted to redeem.
Back in January, Hilton began teaming up with American Express to offer co-branded credit cards. This replaced Hilton’s card agreement with Citibank. The Citi Hilton cards converted to American Express cards. I’m sure by now we’ve all updated our information with any merchants we use for recurring automatic payments. And I’ve mentioned before that now these cards feature no foreign transaction fees.
Many Hilton loyalists were excited by this transition from Citibank to American Express because it increased the Hilton co-branded offerings, which equated to more opportunities to earn Hilton points.
Change, even good change, can lead to confusion, and recently a reader asked me what the different benefits were on the four co-branded Hilton American Express cards. Good question! Continue reading →
I called American Express because I was confused about something. Maybe it’s just me, but I always think my anniversary date with an AmEx card is the same as the expiration date ON my card. Ain’t so. We’re all getting these emails with the changes and updates spelled out for us. I paid particular attention to the Annual Free Night part. The benefit begins with renewal on or after August 1.