expired AmEx Statements | Kathmandu Spend $150 Get $20 Back


AmEx Statements | Kathmandu Spend $150 Get $20 Back

Online or in-store

Save the offer on your eligible card and spend $150 Or more in one or more transactions.

Offer terms:
* Only valid for purchases shipped to Australia.
* 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, in-store at Kathmandu or online at www.kathmandu.com.au. Offer valid at Australian locations and 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.
Full Offer Terms available here.

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  • +1 vote

    Wow lowest amex cashback % ever?

  • +6 votes

    Note that Kathmandu just had their Easter sale, so there is unlikely to be a good across the board sale in the next 34 days. If you need something, investigate gift cards or just wait until the next sale.


      easter sale wasn't bad. 60% or something off on a softshell i bought. would have loved if this came on during


      Yeah "sale"

      Kathmandu is literally on sale every day of the year.

  • +10 votes

    Kathmandon't. Seriously over priced gear

  • +8 votes

    If you’re not getting at least 60% off Kathmandu you’re getting ripped off.
    Also, Ask any outdoors enthusiast - they all avoid Kathmandu like the plague. It’s for city warriors.

  • +3 votes

    Be careful with this. I honestly don't recommend using AMEX with Kathmandu.

    Their prices are extremely volatile, and can fluctuate by $100+ from week to week. It's like the share market. Also, items go on clearance 4 times a year. So you think you got a good deal for your jacket relatively speaking from an end of season sale, and then when that sale ends a day or two later, it's all on clearance for even cheaper.

    You are much better off using a credit card with shopper's protection (such as 28D). You will end up saving much more money per article of clothing than your $20 statement credits. I learned my lesson a year ago. I had the offer saved to 3 cards and ended up missing out on cashbacks that far exceeded the $20.

    If the items are not Member exclusive pricing, you can usually also get a saving if you buy from their ebay store and stack a coupon on it.

  • +2 votes

    I want to neg this offer, but I won’t. Kathmandu is extremely overpriced, so not even the $20 off will help.


    I fully understand that Kathmandu is expensive, but are any outdoor brands any better value?

    I've been looking for a travel backpack and found that most other retailers (Macpac, Paddy Palin, etc) were just as expensive and their sales were no better than Kathmandu's Easter sale.

    • +1 vote

      Decathlon? Otherwise you can just get good deals by waiting for sales on specific items.

      But I tend to agree in the Australian market there aren't many good alternatives for outdoor products!


      If you have a Decathalon, buy a backpack there! it's a european sports megastore and their backpack brand Quechua is what all the europeans use

      oops. sorry didnt see the earlier reply


    Looking for a womens goretex(or equivalent) jacket for the missus.
    Mainly for travelling in case it rains.
    Any suggestions? around 100 to 150 if possible.

  • -1 vote

    Does Kathmandu price match? They sell a lot of mainstream brands as well as their own range


    Kathmandu is shit, not even their small multi tools are worthwhile.


    It is not available on my velocity amex. How do people find the manual registration for this?


      It wasn't available on my main card or one of my supps but the other supp had the offer, and it was automatically saved to the card. I did not save it to the card.



    any manual link please

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