Save $100 Off $599 From Dell And $10 Off $50 From Office Depot Via Amex Offers

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Update: Registration for both of these offers is now full!

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-Get a one-time $100 statement credit by using your connected Amex card when you spend $599 or more online at Dell Home or Dell Small Business by 09/15/15. You can make multiple transactions adding up to $599 to earn this bonus. Terms.

-Get a one-time $10 statement credit by using your connected Amex card when you spend $50 or more online at OfficeDepot.com  or at Office Depot/OfficeMax stores by 09/7/15. You can make multiple transactions adding up to $50 to earn this bonus. Terms.

Follow the steps below to sign up for this offer via Twitter:

1. Signup for Twitter and you can save money with AMEX.

2. All you have to do is sync your American Express card with your twitter account to save money at rotating stores.

3. Tweet #AmexDell and #AmexOfficeDepot. Then wait a minute and you should have a message in your notifications bar that you have successfully enrolled along with the offer terms.

You can register all of your primary and secondary AMEX cards on Twitter, it just entails either: Unsyncing and resyncing cards via this link or making a Twitter account for each card. If you do unsync and resync multiple cards on the same Twitter account you must change the tweet slightly each time like:
#AmexDell
#AmexDell 1
#AmexDell 2
And so on.

When resyncing there is no need to fill out your billing address, just fill out the first half of the form with your name, email, and your credit card number.You can skip the optional fields asking for your billing address, card expiration, and the 4 digit code. You can use the same email address for all of your cards.

Forgot which card you registered? Just unsync and resync.

You can even bulk tweet for all of your cards with multiple Twitter accounts via TweetDeck.

You can also check to see if you have this offer in your account by  just logging in to your AMEX account, click on any of your cards to go the activity page, click on “AMEX Offers For You,” and save the offer to your account.

If you also have multiple cards with the offer don’t rush to save the offer to your account!  Open up the Offers page for each card in a separate tab in the same browser.  Then go between the tabs to save the offer to each of your targeted cards.  Otherwise once you save the offer to one card it disappears from your other cards.

You can also register your secondary cards for their own AMEX login and register each of those cards as well.

HT: lunatic, via DDF

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steve

amex said they maxed out the dell deal.

Anonymous

@steve: I got the same 🙁

Al

When you unsync a card and then resync a different card and then change the tweet by adding “1” will you get another notification? I only received the initial notification.

Ron

Office Depot is maxed too. Very odd.

jk2

I wanted to buy a Dell GC and for some reasons Dell.com imposes a sales tax on GC. It wasn’t the case last time. Is it new?

Aron

Sorry, max # of Card Members have enrolled in #AmexOfficeDepot offer

eli

is that what they are responding now? If I tweeted earlier and didn’t get a response, did I still get it?

CtownBin

@Dan- Wow, I have NEVER heard of a publicly available AMEX Offer filling up so fast- all in one AM? That is extremely unprecedented, they’re usually around a few days if not longer. Any idea if AMEX has decided to significantly lower the number of registrations? Or was this caused by the recent wave of twitter auto-registration ideas that has been spreading, allowing multiple cards to be signed up way faster? If it’s the latter, if this is the new reality for AMEX Offers I fear an arms race for faster registration techniques and the time will only get shorter, making the whole experience extremely annoying for many. But even if this is on AMEX’s end- it’s not good news, since many of us will end up not being able to register many of our cards in time, putting a significant dent in the gravy train.

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