Read these articles first:
–Small Business Saturday Is Now Shop Small In November; Check To See Which Of Your Cards Are Targeted!
–AMEX Shop Small In November FAQs: Here’s What You Need To Know About The 2015 “SBS” Offer
If you have any primary or secondary AMEX business cards that were not targeted for $20 off a $100 purchase at any small business from now through 11/28 you can try clicking on this link to register them.
If you have any primary AMEX consumer cards that were not targeted for $10 off a $10 purchase at any small business from now through 11/28 you can try clicking on this link to register them.
For the link to work, the card will have to either be the only card on the login or be the default card shown at login. You can change which card is the default card by clicking on “My Cards” in the right sidebar after logging into the AMEX site and clicking on the star to the left of any card.
Or you can remove a card via this link to enroll the card under its own login.
Note that you must use the multi-tab method to enroll multiple cards in one login. If you’ve already enrolled cards in one login you’ll have to remove the previously enrolled card to enroll other cards in that login. Or you can remove the unenrolled cards and create a new login for them.
I have a login with several additional user business cards that didn’t have an offer for Shop Small In November.
However after clicking the business link above the offer showed up by the default card. I left that tab open without saving the offer and opened a new tab and changed the default card on the login. Then I clicked on the link again, logged in again, and the offer appeared by the new default card. I rinsed and repeated until I had a tab open for the offer on all of the cards on that login and then went quickly between the tabs and successfully saved the offer to all of the secondary business cards on that login.
After that I went to enroll cards on other logins that didn’t appear to have the offer. The link didn’t work for all of them, but it did work for most.
The $10 off $10 consumer offer is free money, though unfortunately there have been no reports of that working on secondary cards this year. The $20 off $100 business offer isn’t free money, but getting 20% off gift cards for my local grocery and pizza stores is nothing to sneeze at! Others have had success using the offers for private school tuition, charity, etc.
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