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American Express Twitterama + $5 Off Seamless Coupons

So unless you have been living under a rock recently, you more than likely have heard about American Express and their Twitter promotion frenzy. Needless to say, the deals are pretty awesome! Below is just a screen shot of some of the participating merchants, but a full list can be seen here including Whole Foods, Best Buy, Zappos.

I personally just took advantage of the spend $10 at Best Buy, get a $10 statement credit. I just went in to Best Buy, bought a $10 gift card, and by the time I was out of the store, I already had an email from AMEX telling me my credit was coming.

The cool thing about these promotions is because they are giving you statement credits after the purchase, you can stack coupons on top of these promotions without any problem. So if you had a 25% off coupon to Best Buy, as long as you spent $10 and used your AMEX, you could use both!

Also if you haven’t registered for AMEX’s Facebook Like, Link, Love, you more than likely can stack those onto this promotion. For example with Whole Foods, you could potentially get $30 back for spending $70 by registering on Facebook and Twitter.

To take advantage of these deals, simply SYNC your AMEX to Twitter, tweet @AmericanExpress with any of the #hashtags above. Wait for a tweet back confirming your participation, and then go shop! Once you complete a qualifying purchase, AMEX will email you that your statement credit is on the way.

Seamless

As you can see above, Seamless is one of the participating merchants offering $5 off $25 spent.

I just got a ton of Seamless mailers at my house with coupon codes for $5 off for first time app users, so I thought I’d share. You can stack this on the AMEX promotion, so $30 of food would only be $20. Once you use a code, just leave a comment so people know which number you used.

1. FD78CF8E2

2. FD7C0956F

3. FD7C3CED6

4. FD7C5FF85

5. FD7E07362

6. FD8246D36

7. FD8404DEB

Which of the Twitter AMEX offers have you taken advantage of?

-Parag

 

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