Amex announces new bespoke offers for Business Platinum Card holders

Posted: 12 May 2020 6:35 pm

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New offers include a one-time £250 statement credit after card renewal.

American Express has announced new offers for Business Platinum Card members, including a one-off sweetener on renewal.

The £250 credit offer is available to Business Platinum Cardmembers with an account renewal month from 1 January – 31 December 2020.

The company is also working with several global brands, like Dell and FedEx, to secure further offers to help cardholders who are spending on tech equipment and deliveries.

Existing Business Platinum Card benefits include payment periods of up to 54 days on purchases, no pre-set spending limit and unlimited supplementary cards.

The new offers follow the recent announcement that American Express has temporarily extended the period in which welcome bonuses can be earned by new members from three to six months.

This extension applies to the Business Gold Card, Business Platinum Card and British Airways American Express Accelerating Business Card.

On some Small Business Cards, eligibility exclusions apply to introductory offers – see the American Express website for details.

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