expired AmEx Statement Credit: Amazon.com.au - Spend $100 or More, Get $15 Back

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offer ends 28/11/18
Available in my card but not able to find amex website, not sure it is targeted offer.

Only valid for Australia delivery.
All items must be in stock at the time of placing your order.
Excludes transactions where you do not spend directly with your Card to which the offer is saved, at www.amazon.com.au or www.audible.com.au. Offer valid at Australian websites only.
Offer is limited to one credit per Card to which the offer is saved and only spend on this Card counts towards the Offer.
Excludes transactions where you do not spend directly with your Card to which the offer is saved, at Amazon.com.au at amazon.com.au. Offer valid at Australian website only.
Excludes transactions made through a third party establishment or payment processor.
Credit is not redeemable for cash or other payment form.
Credit should appear on your billing statement within 5 business days from qualifying spend but may take up to 90 days from the offer end date.
Credit will not be applied to your Card account if your Card has been suspended or cancelled.
Credit may be reversed if your qualifying purchase is refunded or cancelled.

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Be careful if your Amazon order gets split up due to different shipping times. Amazon only charges your card at shipping time for the value of the items to be shipped. This can result in your order >$100 being split into two separate payments <$100, and the Amex offer won't trigger.

    As it says in the conditions, "All items must be in stock at the time of placing your order."

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      I dont think it matters about multiple payments, as long as all the payments are before the end date… Because it says one or more transactions…

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        Oops, you're right. I re-read the offer and can now see "one or more transactions", must have missed that on first read. Cheers