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Multiple AmEx Offers (Topshop/Topman, Hugo Boss, Smiggle, etc) Incl. Bank Issued (Updated)

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As usual, new offers from Amex.

Currently available:

TopShop/TopMan
Register an eligible Card, spend $150 or more on that Card, in one transaction, in-store at TOPSHOP or TOPMAN, between 3 February and 2 March 2015, and receive one $25 statement credit. This offer is limited to the first 5,000 Cards to register.
https://enroll.amexnetwork.com/AU/en/topshopcredit

Hugo Boss
Register an eligible Card, spend $400 or more on that Card, in one transaction, in-store at HUGO BOSS owned locations, between 3 February and 2 March 2015, and receive one $50 statement credit. This offer is limited to the first 5,000 Cards to register.
https://enroll.amexnetwork.com/AU/en/hugobosscredit

Smiggle
Spend $50 or more, get $10 credit
Register an eligible Card, spend $50 or more on that Card, in one or more transactions, in-store or online at Smiggle, between 20 January and 16 February 2015, and receive one $10 statement credit. This offer is limited to the first 5,000 Cards to register.
https://enroll.amexnetwork.com/AU/en/smigglecredit/

Ted's Cameras
Spend $300 or more, get $50 credit
Register an eligible Card, spend $300 or more on that Card, in one or more transactions, in-store or online at Ted's Cameras, between 20 January and 16 February 2014, and receive one $50 statement credit. This offer is limited to the first 5,000 Cards to register.
https://enroll.amexnetwork.com/AU/en/tedscamerascredit/

Langton's
Spend $250 or more, get $50 credit
Register an eligible Card, spend $250 or more on that Card, in one or more transactions, online at Langton's, between 20 January and 16 February 2015, and receive one $50 statement credit. This offer is limited to the first 7,000 Cards to register.
https://enroll.amexnetwork.com/AU/en/langtonscredit/

LINK TO BE CONFIRMED

Dan Murphy's
Spend $300 or more, get $30 credit
https://enroll.amexnetwork.com/AU/en/danmurphysonlinecredit

Referral Links

Business Explorer Card: random (2)

Referrer: 40,000 Reward Points
Referee: 110,000 Rewards Points with $3,000 spend in 3 months

David Jones Card: random (20)

Referrer: 15,000 Reward Points
Referee: 25,000 Reward Points with 3 purchases outside DJ in 1 month

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  • Spending $300 at Dan Murphys in one hit for $30 off, that is a lot of alcohol at once even for me

    • sharing is caring… :)

    • +15 votes

      $300 gift card (purchased in store not online). Can then use it at Woolies, etc

      • -2 votes

        Just as a thought - can I buy $300 Dan Murphy gift card from Woolies then use it to buy $300 Woolies gift card at Dan Murphy, then go back to Woolies and buy Dan Murphy gift card? I can repeat the cycle forever… (earn frequent flyer points etc…)

        • how do you earn frequent flyer points from using gift cards? Don't they only apply to expenses on credit cards?

        • yes you can!!!

        • @avexdevil: Everyday Rewards is linked to Qantas FF, so I assume through that. But Gift Cards are exempt from Everyday Rewards

        • @rdaun:
          "… can I buy $300 Dan Murphy gift card from Woolies then use it to buy $300 Woolies gift card at Dan Murphy"

          No, technically you cannot by ANY giftcard with ANY OTHER gift-card, precisely for the reason you allude to; it would mean that in theory, you could accumulate unlimited 'flyer-points', without actually spending anything (except the first cash outlay for the first card). The night I dreamt up the same evil scheme that you have, I couldn't sleep with excitement, as I mentally planned all the round-the-world trips I would be taking regularly in the future (not to mention 'free' gift-cards acquired via accumulated points, etc.). On my first attempt, it actually worked; the young dude at the Woolies counter let me use a $200 "Wish-gift" card to buy 2 x $100 actual "Woolies" giftcards, and he merrily swiped my ER card. But then later I tried to use those 2 cards to buy a single $200 card, and was told that you can't use any gift-card to buy any other gift-card.

          So while it may work once or twice, generally, it can't be done.

        • @GnarlyKnuckles:
          "Technically": Do you have evidence for this? A store policy perhaps…

        • @avexdevil: @sblash's point, I didn't know Gift Cards are exempt though…

        • @GnarlyKnuckles: Well, there are those unmanned electronic check out machines, perhaps give them a try? However, @sblash mentioned above that gift cards are exempt from ER… I need to give it a try to verify.

        • @tyng:

          "Do you have evidence for this? A store policy perhaps…"

          I was told that was store policy, when I tried to do it. If you want to know if/where it is written, you will have to do the research yourself; I have no inclination to do that for you. You could of course just ring them up and ask them, or send them an email. Frankly, it's a bit silly asking me to prove to you what their policy is; I suggest you simply ask them.

          "Well, there are those unmanned electronic check out machines…"

          I'm guessing you've never bought a gift-card then. The cashier needs to enter codes into a register/pute, type in the amount you want to put on the card, then swipe it through a swipe-thingy to activate it. It would simply not be possible to process the purchase of a gift-card yourself, at a self-checkout; this is not a matter of 'policy'.

        • @sblash:

          "But Gift Cards are exempt from Everyday Rewards"

          I can assure you that in practice, this is not the case. I have bought approximately 10 Woolies giftcards (GCs) recently. It was the only way I could get "Super Animal Cards" for my kids based on my (rather substantial) beer purchases: no animal cards were given for alcohol purchases, but GCs? (subsequently used to buy the alcohol); no problem! Anyways, never once did any cashier knock-back my request to swipe my EDR (everyday rewards) card when buying the GCs, and a few times they actually prompted me for it (going through their script, you know). So if you're not using the EB (entertainment book) deal to get $100 GCs for $95, you can buy $100 GCs using a CC (credit card) that attracts a decent rate of 'points per dollar', and swipe you EDR card, thus getting two lots of points right there… then when you actually use the GC of course you swipe your EDR card again, thus you earn 3 lots of points, on the same single initial monetary outlay.

          Given that the points are only worth about 1 cent each at best though, you're better off getting a $100 GC for $95, sacrificing some points (cause you can't score EDR points when purchasing through the EB), for a 'cold-hard' cash saving of 5%. Provided you have the EB, or know someone that does who can buy GCs for you.

        • @GnarlyKnuckles: You're right, I've never bought gift cards in store. Thanks for the detailed explanation. It was obviously a loophole too obvious to be true.

          PS, I wasn't the commenter asking for 'evidence'…

        • @GnarlyKnuckles: I thought you didn't get point on buying the Gift cards? Or are WISH gift cards different?

          Do I receive Qantas Points if I purchase a WISH Gift Card?
          Answer:
          Buying a WISH Gift Card won't earn you points  but using one will.

          https://www.everydayrewards.com.au/edr/myrewards/forms/anon/...

    • +13 votes

      Not as good as spend $150 get $50.

      • That had to be done in 3 transactions.

        • No biggie, just ask cashier to do it as three separate transactions.

        • @Mindsweeper:
          Yeah, I must say I can't fault any of the DM staff I dealt with (quite a few different ones; 6 in total, at 3 different outlets)… they were ALWAYS polite/professional regardless of any 'odd-ball' request… I don't know who's in charge of training (or maybe recruiting?) those dudes/dudettes, but they are good.

      • That was the best deal! I bought heaps of wish cards in woolies with DM gift cards from the last AMEX offer and big w egift cards.

  • Pretty average lot of Amex offers this month IMO.

  • The Dan Murphy offer can only be used online.

    • bugger - there goes my wish card purchases…

      • You can buy DM gift cards online.

        • Normally AMEX would not allow purchase of gift cards with their offers. Which is the reason why most people would go into the store to buy the cards in person. If you purchase DM gift cards online, AMEX might recognise the purchase from that link and it will be ineligible transaction for the offer.

        • @bkllo00:
          Yeppers, these are wise words. It was actually in the TCs of that previous (awesome) $50 credit for 3 x $50 spends AMEX deal that the purchase of DM gift-cards would not count. But if you bought them in-store, in fact it did work; presumably cause they have no way to 'block' it from working if it's done as an in-store purchase (apart from monitoring every single potentially eligible tranaction, which would not be viable)? But I reckon maybe they could automatically block gift-cards from counting towards the $300, if they were bought online via a particular link. I dunno. It would be pretty sad to load up on $300 worth of DM gift-cards, only to discover that 'as per the TCs', doing so did not result in $30 free money.

          I hope they bring back the last deal… that was sweeeeet. Not to mention "AMEX shop small"… November was a really fun month for me, cause of that…

        • @IanC: Well that sucks. Can't even use at Woolworths Online.

  • All the links 404?

  • Why is my new platium edge not coming up with any of these?

    • It must be too shiny bro. Probably the offers are being directed squarely at it, but they are slipping straight off due to the platinum surface.

  • "in-store or online at Ted's Cameras, between 20 January and 16 February 2014 "

    Is it safe to assume this is a typo?

    • If you register an Eligible Card (your "Registered Card") through the registration page and spend $300 or more in one or more Eligible Transactions on your Registered Card in-store at Ted's Cameras in Australia or online at www.teds.com.au between 00:01 (AEDT) on 20 January 2015 and 23:59 (AEDT) on 16 February 2015 (the "Offer Period"), you will receive one $50 statement credit.

  • Does anyone know if the Amex free trolley at Sydney airport is still going? Supposed to end 31Dec 14

    • Hey does it also apply in Melbourne? Would love to know!

    • +2 votes

      Seems have been extended.

      Make use of a complimentary trolley when you swipe your eligible American Express® Card at any of the trolley dispensers located in the T1 Sydney International Airport Departures terminal, until 15 June 2015.*
      Source: https://amexnetwork.com.au/GoodGoing//trolleys

      Thanks for letting me know this, save me some extra trouble on finding an orphaned trolley in the airport.

  • So, can we get Daan Murphy giftcard and buy Woolworths gift card?

    • Yep. Though they have their own brand of gift cards, those will still work like a wish card. Source: got one last amex promotion, uswd normally no problems.

  • HugoBoss and Topshop enrolments now working.

    Dan Murphy's doesn't want to work for me, anyone else had any luck?

  • Is it only mods that can 'reissue' this deal so it will show up again in the main page?

  • This offer is limited to the first 5,000 Cards to register.

    So if I register and get email saying congratulations your card has been successfully registered, means I'm one of the first 5,000?