A new Dell Amex Offer is available and allows The Business Platinum Card® from American Express members a great opportunity to save a chunk of money.
Dell Amex Offer: Amex Business Platinum
The new Dell Amex Offer gives Business Platinum Card® from American Express cardholders a 10% statement credit on Dell purchases. The offer is valid through December 15, 2021, and a maximum of $1,500 in statement credit may be earned through this promotion. As with other Amex Offers, manual enrollment/activation is required.
Stack with the Dell Statement Credits!
Business Platinum Card® from American Express members are entitled to biannual $100 statement credits for qualifying purchases made through Dell. The first $100 is available from January through June. The next hundred bucks’ worth is available July through December. (Activation/enrollment is required. Plus, the credits are if-used and do not roll over.)
Dell Amex offers have traditionally stacked with the Business Platinum’s Dell statement benefit!
So if you haven’t used your $100 perk for this half of the year, you can basically come out ahead on a $100 purchase (assuming you add this new Dell Amex Offer). Or if you’re like me, you have to wait a couple more weeks (I used mine earlier this year. But I have my eye on a new computer monitor and can’t wait for July 1 to roll around!)
Stack with the Other Dell Amex Offer!
Another Dell Amex Offer is floating around. This one gives cardholders a one-time $120 statement credit when spending at least $599 through Dell.com. (Activation required, expires July 31, 2021.)
I spotted this on both my wife’s personal American Express cards and mine.
Here’s where it gets sweet: Dell allows you to split payment across three different cards. That’s how I essentially made money buying a new TV for my father-in-law last year.
So if you have to spend $699 or more at Dell, add both offers and use your $100 statement credit. You can end up saving well over $200.
Stack the Stacks!
We’re not done yet saving money. (I hope you don’t mind 😉 .)
TopCashback offers 4% cashback on Dell purchases. I’ve had problems getting my Dell purchases to track through them, though. So I generally stick to Rakuten (2%) or Swagbucks (2%). The earnings are half those of TCb, yes — but the time and hassle it takes with TCb isn’t worth it for me.
I’ve heard people whine and moan about the Dell Amex credits and offers. But keep in mind Dell sells a lot more than just computers. You can buy headphones, computer accessories, TVs, speakers — all sorts of fun stuff. Plus, Dell and American Express generally roll out Amex Offers throughout the year. So it’s easy to save money while buying electronics for yourself or someone else!
H/T: GC Galore
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