AMEX Consumer Gold Card Will Add $10 Monthly Uber Credit In 2021, Remove Airline Fee Credit In 2022

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AMEX currently gives airline fee credits on 4 of their cards.

The AMEX Consumer Gold Card currently gives the lowest airline fee credit, at $100 annually.

That credit will be removed for 2022, so it can be earned in 2021 for the final time.

AMEX tells me that in early 2021, they will add $10 in monthly Uber/UberEats credits. The goal is for that to be added in January, though the exact start date is still to be determined.

That means in 2021 you will be able to take advantage of both the $100 airline fee credit and the $10 monthly Uber credits.

That will be on top of $10 in monthly GrubHub/Seamless/Boxed credits and earning 4 points per dollar on dining worldwide and on US groceries. That means the $250/year card will offer $240/year in potential credits aside from the other card benefits. In 2021 you can potentially get $340 in credits.

The AMEX Consumer Platinum card currently gives $15 in monthly Uber/UberEats credits and those credits will stack on the same account if you add multiple cards to your Uber account.

For a limited only, you can earn 60,000 points with the AMEX Gold Card. You can read more about the limited time offer and card benefits here.

HT: moe8555, via DDF and mochjas

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ZADOK

AMEX GOLD BUSSINES ALSO HAVE IT ?

YoniPDX

Since this becoming almost pure foodie (GH/UE credits and 4x dining/groceries card).

That Equinox credit on the Plats could be real valuable for keeping the weight off. ;).

abey

generaly positive update, i wish that they would just do an outright travel credit like csr monthly because i don’t particularly like Uber

Justmeha

“That means the $250/year card will offer $240/year in potential credits aside from the other card benefits”
I think you mean $340 ( $100 airline + $120 Uber + $120 grubhub etc)
Unless your talking long term

ShowerThoughts

Why do they give Uber credits, if Uber is a Barclays partner?

Chaim

I wish they would give $20 credit to one food service instead of splitting it between Uber and Grubhub

CtownBin

They do that on purpose, since it makes it much harder to use. The $10 credit on Grubhub, I find, isn’t worth using because you pay much more than that in fees and price difference. Since all the kosher food places are within a couple minutes, I get almost no benefit from the delivery, so the credit is essentially useless. It would be a different story with a $20 credit.

none

Have you tried pickup? If you can pickup you are just paying menu price (sometimes inflated by 5-10%)

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