American Express Platinum Business Card – Exclusive 200,000 Bonus MR Points Offer via Finder ($1,750 p.a. Annual Fee)

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Hi everyone!

Sharing an exclusive offer for the American Express Platinum Business Card, which is offering new cardholders 200,000 bonus Membership Rewards points when you spend $10,000 within the first 3 months.

Please note:

This offer is only available to eligible applicants who apply through finder via: https://www.finder.com.au/american-express-platinum-business.... This card usually offers 120,000 bonus Membership Rewards points when you spend $5,000 in 2 months.

Card features & info

  • As this is a charge card, there’s no pre-set spending limit and up to 55 days cash flow to pay off purchases
  • Annual fee of $1,750 with up to 99 employee cards at no additional cost
  • Earns 2.25 Membership Rewards points per $1 spent and 1/$1 on government transactions
  • 200,000 bonus Membership Rewards Points (which can be converted to 100,000 Qantas or Velocity Points) when you spend $10,000 within the first 3 months.
  • Access to American Express Global Lounge Collection, including the Centurion Lounge, International American Express Lounges, Priority Pass lounges and Virgin Australia domestic lounges (when flying with Virgin Australia)
  • Free Accor Plus membership and elite status with some hotel programs including Radisson Hotel Group, Marriott Bonvoy, Shangri-La and Hilton
  • Complimentary AFR subscription, valued at $628 per year
  • Save up to 20% on first and business class fares booked through the Platinum Travel Service with the American Express International Airlines Program
  • Accessline - Make payments to merchants who don’t accept Amex with this service, meaning you can earn points and take advantage of cash flow days with all of your suppliers.

Eligibility for this deal

  • You cannot hold or have held any other Amex product issued by American Express in the previous 18 months.
  • Your business must have an annual revenue of at least $75,000
  • Your business must have an active ABN (Australian Business Number) and must be registered for GST.
  • You must be at least 18 years old
  • You must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident

This is an exclusive deal via Finder, and is only available when you apply through the Finder site: https://www.finder.com.au/american-express-platinum-business...

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Comments

  • +4 votes

    Perhaps worthwhile mentioning in the title that the annual fee is $1,750

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      Woops, good flag! Added.

    • +1 vote

      I was thinking about it until I saw that bit. Don't think I'll apply for it now unless there is some super benefits making the annual fee worthwhile.

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    $1750 annual fee, would want more points per $1 spent

  • +8 votes

    Wow this is really shit, "rewards" not velocity or qantas points and super high spend requirement and annual fees. How on earth is this considered a good deal?

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      Because "Elite status"

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        maybe it gets a lot of offers …..unlike so many amex

        • +3 votes

          Also has up to 99 additional cards for employees at no extra charge, dedicated account manager, 1ppd on government spend, 20% off First and Business class flights, free Accor Plus membership on top of the usual hotel programs (Marriott, Shangri-La, Hilton), up to $20,000 to send someone else if you can't make a business trip paid for on the Amex, and a free AFR subscription. It's also eligible to hook up to AccessLine through FX payments, which lets you pay suppliers with the Amex who don't accept Amex (they send the cash by bank transfer) and get the MR points for them.

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      It's targeted towards small business, pretty sure you can have up to 99 additional card holders for free.

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    Hard to see past that annual fee

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    $1750
    wasnt this $1450 last year????

  • +1 vote

    Equivalent of 100,000 qantas points for $1,750 annual fee and $10k spend in 3 months? Much better with any of the citibank offers with 100k points!

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    Pretty sure you also get Accor Plus hotel membership (quiet about $400), a digital subscription to Financial Review (worth about $600).

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    If you are going to use Qantas point you are better off with the 'American Express Qantas Business Rewards Card'
    -Higher effective earn rate for Qantas points
    -Lower Annual fee at $450
    -No point cap

    OP does this card have a point cap? I think that is one of the main reasons I did not consider it. It has no cap, sorry.

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