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Platinum Card from American Express

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Bonus Offer: 75,000 Membership Rewards points when you spend $5,000 in your first 6 months + 10x points at U.S. Gas Stations and U.S. Supermarkets on up to $15,000 in combined purchases, during your first 6 months.


Bonus Offer: 75,000 Membership Rewards points when you spend $5,000 in your first 6 months + 10x points at U.S. Gas Stations and U.S. Supermarkets on up to $15,000 in combined purchases, during your first 6 months.

★ This card earns bonus points for spend in the following bonus categories:

Airfare5x
Hotels5x

Card Features and Benefits:

    The Amex Platinum Card is full of caché and its heavy metal design will catch more than a few looks. While it earns valuable American Express Membership Rewards points, the real selling points of the Platinum Card, aside form how it feels, are the benefits...

    American Express Platinum Card Benefits and Review

    While the fee isn't small, the Amex Platinum card gives you a lot back in the form of monthly credits.

    The benefits include $200 in yearly Uber credits and Uber VIP status as well as $200 in annual incidental airline credits for your chosen airline, and access to the American Express Global Lounge Collection, which includes the Centurion Lounges, Priority Pass, and Delta SkyClubs when you are flying Delta.

    • $200 in Uber credits annually ($15 per month with a $20 bonus in December)
    • Uber VIP Status
    • $100 in annual Saks Fifth Avenue shopping credits per year ($50 January-June and $50 July-December)
    • $200 in annual airline fee credits for your chosen airline

    (All above statement credit offers must be activated after you receive the card.)

    • Reimbursement for your Global Entry or PreCheck membership fees every 4 years.
    • Centurion Lounge access: These are only accessible by American Express Platinum and Centurion (Black Card) card holders.
    • Priority Pass airport lounge access including a guest (excludes Priority Pass restaurants)
    • Delta SkyClub access when flying Delta (no guests)

    Note that this personal version of the Amex Platinum card does not feature the  the $200 annual Dell credit that the American Express Business Platinum Card does, however only this version has the monthly Uber credits.

    Both cards offer the annual $200 incidental airfare credits for your chosen airline.

    We recommend that you weigh the annual fee against the benefits that you will personally use to help decide if it's worth it for your individual situation.

    Amex Platinum Card Points Earn Rate

    Earn 5x Membership Rewards points on airfare and hotels when booked via AmexTravel.com. The card allows you to book the Fine Hotels and Resorts Collection which includes upgrades, late checkout, and free breakfast for cardmembers.

    Other purchases will earn 1 point per dollar.

    Also see: Credit Cards that Earn American Express Membership Rewards points

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Platinum Card from American Express

Offer: 75,000 Membership Rewards points when you spend $5,000 in your first 6 months + 10x points at U.S. Gas Stations and U.S. Supermarkets on up to $15,000 in combined purchases, during your first 6 months.

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