AmEx Statement Credit: Luxury Escapes Spend $300 or More Get $60 Credit Back

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Got the offer when I logged in this morning…also on Amex Offers page, so not targeted.

DETAILS
Save the offer to your eligible Card and spend $300 or more, in one or more transactions, online only at luxuryescapes.com/au by 14/02/2020 to receive one $60 credit. Limited to the first 20,000 Cards to save the offer. Exclusions apply.

Note: Additional Offer Terms on website.

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

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Referrer: 30,000 Reward Points
Referee: 40,000 Reward Points with 3 purchases outside DJ in 1 month

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Comments

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    Given most of their packages are over $1k, $60 credit is not gonna cut it…

  • +2 votes

    You can buy gift cards and use them later. I bought multiple gift cards with the last Amex offer

  • +13 votes

    Quick note - if you buy the gift cards, do not activate them as credit on your account until you need them - Gift cards have a 3 year expiry date but credit on your account has a one year expiry. Found this out by having to book a less desirable holiday to use up credit before it expired :(

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      are you able to use multiple gift card's credit to book 1 holiday?

    • +1 vote

      Can you use multiple gift cards for one trip?

      We're looking at a ~$10k trip. If we buy 20 gift cards, that's $1200 off.

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      Had the same thing - used the vouchers and booked a trip - but they couldn't provide the trip on the dates selected so got a refund and the vouchers had the short expiry. Not sure the legalities of this :(

  • +1 vote

    Damn! I just bought a getaway from them over the weekend.

  • +1 vote

    if you buy giftcards of 250 + 50 in 2 transactions do you still get the cashback?

    edit: T+C seem to say one or more transaction so i think that's a yes

  •  

    Are they any good? rich kid wants to go on a holiday too..

  •  

    I've never heard of them before. Sounds like Ozbargainers use them so they must offer some value?

    Are all their deals good or just some? Do we just compare it to other sites like booking/agoda etc?

    • +2 votes

      My take:
      - Varied options, hotel rooms, resorts, tours etc.
      - The value is in the varied inclusions, eg nightly dinners (best value), drinks, massage, sunset tours, room type options

      They are in the same company group as scoopon and others. And similar deals to Kogan, Webjet.

      Compare to others and you can see wether the value is good or not.

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        That makes sense. It's the ozbargain way, getting more value for money.

        I'll have to keep an eye on it for my next booking.

    • +2 votes

      I do think they offer good value if the packages they offer aligns with your destination/requirement. Room rates similar to agoda/trivago but the inclusion (meals, drinks, massage, free transfer) is where the real value lies. Agree with Coops1.

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        I get what you mean. So it's like cashback in that you're getting extra out of a booking you're already planning to book anyway.

        • +2 votes

          Yup. For example I booked a resort on Luxury Escapes at a rate comparable to booking externally, but got free airport transfers, two dinners and massages thrown in.

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