After a couple quiet weeks the American Express Sync promotions are back with some fun action this week. Four new offers came out
this yesterday morning, including two I will likely get some value from. And, thanks to SyncAssist, I didn’t have to do anything to register.
Here are the deals out this week:
Get a 1X $30 statement credit by using your connected Card to spend a total of $150+ on all charges to your room, including your room rate, when you pay for your stay with Hilton Garden Inn between 5/18/15 and 7/20/15.
Get a one-time $10 statement credit by using your enrolled Card to make a single qualifying purchase of $75 or more in-store at Whole Foods Market ® or online at wholefoodsmarket.com by 7/17/2015.
Get a one-time $10 statement credit by using your connected Card to spend a total of $50 or more on a qualifying purchase online at Wag.com and family of brands by 6/30/15.
Get a one-time $15 statement credit by using your connected Card to spend a total of $75 or more in-store at The Home Depot and online at homedepot.com by 6/15/15.
The HD deal filled up overnight. All the more reason to get in on SyncAssist and get registered early.
I will likely take advantage of the Whole Foods and Home Depot offers, though I do wish the Home Depot offer was live this past weekend when I actually spent far more than that sprucing up the back deck. Oops.
And, seriously, if you’re still signing up for all of these manually on Twitter than please let me help you out with that. SyncAssist is free, easy and automatic. More than 1600 twitter accounts are using it already to get hooked up with all the offers as they come out. It makes saving money so much easier.
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The Home Depot offer reached max enrollment hours ago…
Indeed, it did. Serves me right for delaying this post from yesterday to this morning. 😮
But makes the value proposition for SyncAssist all that much better. I was registered for that promo (and all the others) before I even knew they existed.
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