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American Express Premier Rewards Gold Charge Card Now Offering 25,000 Points For Spending $2,000 Within 3 Months!

Premier Rewards Gold Charge Card Linky
-25K points when you spend $2,000 in your first three months of card membership.
-Earn 3X points on airfare, 2X points on gas and groceries, 1X points on everything else.
-Introductory annual fee of $0 for the first year, then $175.

As always, print the bonus point offer or take a screenshot of the offer when applying for a card.

This a charge card, thus has no credit line and will have no affect on your credit utilization ratio when you decide to close it.
You are able to borrow points from American Express and pay them back from earnings from opening new cards or from spending.

After you spend $2,000 you will have at least 27,000 points. What can you do with that?
Here is a list of transfer partners.
-4,500 points are enough for one-way travel booked with BA miles for travel on AA between NYC and cities like Cleveland, Detroit, Montreal, and Toronto or between Miami and many Caribbean and Mexican resorts with no fuel surcharges. Opening this card will get you 6 of these one-way tickets.

-7,500 points are enough for one-way travel booked with BA miles for travel on AA between NYC and cities like Chicago or Miami with no fuel surcharges.

-12,500 points are enough for one-way travel booked with BA miles for travel on AA between LA and any of the Hawaiian Islands or Miami, or between NYC and LA or Costa Rica with no fuel surcharges.

-12,500 points (or just 10,000 points for point transfers done by 02/29) are enough for a one-way award booked with Flying Blue miles for travel on Air France or KLM between the US and Israel for select rotating cities with their Promo awards, however those have heavy fuel surcharges.

-25,000 points (or just 20,000 points for point transfers done by 02/29) are enough for a one-way coach award booked with Flying Blue miles for travel on Delta between the US and Israel with no fuel surcharges, but you are limited to Delta’s saver availability.

-25,000 points are enough for a round-trip booked with Air Canada miles for travel on Continental, United, or USAirways for travel anywhere in the US49 and Canada with no fuel surcharges.

-50,000 points (or just 40,000 points for point transfers done by 02/29) are enough for a one-way business award booked with Flying Blue miles for travel on Delta between the US and Israel with no fuel surcharges, but you are limited to Delta’s saver availability.

-80,000 points are enough for a round-trip booked with Air Canada miles for travel on airlines like Swiss, Continental, United, or USAirways for travel between the US and Israel with no fuel surcharges. Plus Air Canada allows for 2 free en-route stopovers.

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-Just fill out the standard application. Don’t click for the shorter existing cardmember application or you will not get the best offer.

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55 Responses to “American Express Premier Rewards Gold Charge Card Now Offering 25,000 Points For Spending $2,000 Within 3 Months!”

  1. Sunny Says:
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    I just got it last week with 15,000 bonus is there any way Amex will match it?

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  2. tripper Says:
    2

    Where can I check Delta availability for us-israel travel at these rates?

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  3. chaim Says:
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    what are good amex cards to apply for at the same time as this card?

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  4. Hudi Says:
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    How do you borrow points and how long do you have to pay back?

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  5. eli Says:
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    can i transfer these points into spg?

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  6. clevelander Says:
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    Hey Dan great post. One mistake is that you have miami listed twice. Once in the 4500 points section and once in the 7500 points section. I believe it belongs in the 7500 points section?

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  7. Dan Says:
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    @Sunny:
    Send a secure message to social media>twitter when logged into the AMEX site.

    @tripper:
    Delta.com, search for dates, open the award calendar, look for green dates, confirm the dates are for Delta flights, then book them on airfrance.com

    @chaim:
    Lots of good cards here such as Starwood and Platinum: http://www.dansdeals.com/forums/index.php?topic=8028.0

    @Hudi:
    You need to call them. You have 1 year to pay them back.

    @eli:
    Not at a good ratio.

    @clevelander:
    Miami-Carribean/Mexico=4,500
    NYC-Miami=7,500

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  8. alec Says:
    8

    I only have 9 months credit history so far. Do your guys think I can give a try?

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  9. jay Says:
    9

    is there any reason not to get the card?

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  10. Moshe Says:
    10

    There is a mistake in the post. It says that you can get one-way award ticket from US to israel for 25,000 and then says that it takes 50,000 two bullet points later. Which is it? 25,000 or 50,000? Thanks

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  11. Grubandgring Says:
    11

    @Dan:
    Is an airfrance miles account required to get started.
    What about air Canada.

    In other words setting up mileage accounts with air France / Klm /air Canada is step 1?

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  12. comp Says:
    12

    It seems like the bonus’s are ample but the issuers seem to keep raising the minimum spend!!
    I hate this! I never spend enough to meet the requirements >:(

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  13. Knaper_Chuchem Says:
    13

    @Moshe:

    25k in Coach 50k in Business.

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  14. Dan Says:
    14

    @Grubandgring:
    Well you need those (free) accounts before you transfer points, yes.

    @comp:
    There are so many ways to meet them for free.
    Amazon Payments, Venmo, Crowdtilt, and then there’s always fee-free AMEX GCs if you’re in a pinch.

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  15. Chaim Says:
    15

    Is this for first time applicants only?

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  16. John Says:
    16

    Nope, AMEX charge cards are super easy to churn. I did 4 platinums and 4 golds last year alone!

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  17. sara Says:
    17

    @Dan:
    as i can see that amex is not a good option for ap or venmo and also they dont let you return on a non amex card, what else do u suggest to get to the threshold besides amex gc

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  18. dad Says:
    18

    dan, could i apply 4 2 types of platinum and get bonus/approval on both

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  19. love this blog Says:
    19

    Got declined twice half a year ago from amex because no credit history. Since then i got united and continental chase and my score is 750 . Dan do you think I could get it?

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  20. Yidel Says:
    20

    If I have this card already and I apply for this again, how many cards can i have at the same time?

    Would I have to cancel my current one first?

    Would the points go into the same acct?

    Thanks!

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  21. @john Says:
    21

    Did you cancel the card before applying for a new one ? And how long apart did you wait from canceling to reapplying?

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  22. Joz Says:
    22

    Dan – If I have the Platinum already, do you think Amex can approve the Gold too?

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  23. superdeal Says:
    23

    Love this blog: I got instant approval with a 740.

    How long do the points usually take to post, after minimum spend, and then transfer to BA? I want to go to mexico in May. I know SPG sometimes takes weeks to transfer, any experience with Amex?

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  24. moshe Says:
    24

    could i make any free stopovers when using aeroplan miles for domestic flights with continental united or us airways?

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  25. cavs fan #1 Says:
    25

    dan does it hurt my credit rating to apply for this card?

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  26. Yaks Says:
    26

    Hey Dan if I got fr’d by Amex 3 months ago (I had an active SPg card and an active gold charge) I sent in my papers and passed successfully all they did was lower my credit on the gold from unlimited to $3000 do u think that would get in the way if I apply for this card?

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  27. jay Says:
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    Is anyone else getting an error that the offer may have expired when following the link?

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  28. Joz Says:
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    Jay, I did – when I typed in my AMEX info to prefill the application.

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  29. yehuda Says:
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    @jay: works fine by me

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  30. Dan Says:
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    @love this blog:
    Sure, but be prepared to call reconsideration to get approval if needed.

    @Yidel:
    It’s best to cancel your existing one first.

    @Joz:
    Absolutely.

    @superdeal:
    The transfer to BA is instant.
    You can call when you get the card to borrow points.

    @moshe:
    I’m not sure. Call and find out and let us know.

    @cavs fan #1:
    You may see a dip of a few points for the credit pull, but those fall off automatically and your score will go even higher by paying your bills on time and keeping spending low.

    @Yaks:
    Not at all, you passed after all!

    @jay:
    I’ve added some help for you at the end of the post.

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  31. Gabe Says:
    31

    I thought MR dont transfer to continental anymore? There are several mentions of Continental and United in this post. Am I misunderstanding something?

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  32. Dan Says:
    32

    @Gabe:
    Air Canada will book you on Continental/United with no fuel surcharges.

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  33. Dovid Says:
    33

    I just applied and instantly got approved!!!
    I love you Dan!

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  34. eli Says:
    34

    @Dan- how is there something special that needs to be done ?
    do you just transfer the points to Air Canada Aeroplan ?
    or you just know that they will book on Continental/united ?

    @Gabe:
    Air Canada will book you on Continental/United with no fuel surcharges.

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  35. Dan Says:
    35

    @Dovid:
    Congrats, enjoy the points!

    If you apply for more consumer cards the same day it usually won’t pull your credit again.

    @eli:
    Air Canada is part of the Star Alliance, so they book awards on any Star carriers, including Continental, United, and USAirways.
    No need to do anything special.

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  36. ANONYMOUS Says:
    36

    Is there a Credit Limit on this Card? If yes, What is it?
    Also can I have my SPG Card besides this Gold Card?

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  37. Dan Says:
    37

    @ANONYMOUS:
    There are no limits on charge cards.
    You can definitely have this card and Starwood. You can get others like Delta or AMEX Platinum as well if you’d like.

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  38. ANONYMOUS Says:
    38

    Are those other Cards that you just mentioned also charge cards?

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  39. Dan Says:
    39

    @ANONYMOUS:
    Gold and Platinum are charge cards.
    Starwood and Delta are credit cards.

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  40. Zvi Says:
    40

    FYI: I got a financial review last time around and she said since these type of amex are charge cards you can not buy gift cards with them. Since charge cards don’t allow you to take a cash advances and gift cards are equivalent to cash advances….

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  41. Igor Says:
    41

    Dan, would I be able to do the same trick to fly to Italy with 50k points in business class since its in the Delta alliance?

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  42. Rivky Says:
    42

    Thanks Dan – just got instantly approved

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  43. Josh Says:
    43

    Can I wait a few months before activating my card and begin the spending only then?

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  44. josh Says:
    44

    @dan, any idea how much I would be able to sell these points for

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  45. yehuda Says:
    45

    @Josh: No

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  46. hudi Says:
    46

    Is it also possible to borrow spg points?

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  47. Mendel Says:
    47

    Can I get the same card in Canada?

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  48. Dan Says:
    48

    @hudi:
    Yes, just call AMEX.

    @Mendel:

    http://www.dansdeals.com/go/goldca/

    http://www.dansdeals.com/go/starwoodca/

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  49. steve Says:
    49

    pretty neat – got approved tuesday morning and received card today.

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  50. yidel Says:
    50

    @Dan:
    But, if I currently have over 75k MRP in my acct, what will happen to them if I cancel the card (in order to apply for a new one)?

    I mean, they’re not airline miles, and I have no clue where I’ll wanna fly in a year from now, and which airline I’m going to want to use at that point… So that’s my file in converting them to miles to cancel the card..

    Is there any way to keep the points?

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  51. Dan Says:
    51

    @steve:
    Enjoy!

    @yidel:
    Downgrade the card to zync to preserve the points and signup for a new gold.

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  52. dad Says:
    52

    @Dan: i aplied for platinum and they canceled my application bec they said my previos application was still active. so instead they redid the previos aplication (wich was a card i already canceled). now my question is will i get the bonus again or not. thanx

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  53. eli Says:
    53

    Do Amex platium points expire?

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  54. avi Says:
    54

    Dan,

    I got the Amex premier Rewards gold card last year and am now being charged the $175 annual fee. I called Amex and they refused to waive the fee for the second year, but offered a $50 credit and another $50 when I spend 500 in the next 60 days or a 17,500 miles if I spend 1500 in the next 60 days. Do you think I should just transfer my existing miles, cancel the Amex Gold to save the annual fee and then reapply?

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  55. Anonymous Says:
    55

    @Dan: How can I downgrade the Amex Gold after a year and not be charged the fee and also not hurt my credit?

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