Head over to Dell’s website now if you hold The Business Platinum Card® from American Express. Dell is hosting a great “Black Friday in July” sale today — and you can score some pretty great merchandise for nice prices when you stack Amex benefits and cashback.
Dell Benefit for Amex Business Platinium Members
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.)
So if you haven’t used your new credit yet, you’re in luck!
Keep in mind there are several Dell Amex Offers out there, too. (Manual enrollment required.)
So if you stack the $100 statement credit and these Amex Offers, you can save a substantial amount of money. Dell lets you split payment across three different cards. So if you were targeted for one offer one card and another on a separate card, you’re in luck. I did this last year and ended up making money buying a television from Dell.
I desperately need a new computer monitor right now– and snagged a $600 model for what’ll end up costing about $206. I’m pretty pleased with that.
Don’t forget to start your shopping session through a cashback portal such as Rakuten or TopCashback.
Dell’s Black Friday in July” is a fantastic chance to buy something very nice — and save a bunch of money when you stack benefits and Amex Offers. What are you buying?
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Chris, there are four links to AMEX, one to a previous post, one to TopCashBack, one to Rakuten- why not one to the sale you’re discussing at Dell?
Whoops, thanks for the reminder.