Looking to save a few bucks on some upcoming hotel stays? We found a few Amex Offers that may help you out.
Keep these in mind if you’re taking some mileage runs during the next several months; they may trim some costs off your trip if you need to bed down at an airport hotel during an extended layover.
Holiday Inn & Holiday Inn Express
All of my American Express cards were targeted for this Amex Offer. Cardholders may earn a one-time $25 statement credit when spending at least $100 on room rate and room charges at Holiday Inn or Holiday Inn Express locations. The offer must be manually activated/added to your eligible card and expires on September 10, 2021.
Cardholders taking advantage of Hyatt’s Amex Offer may earn 10% in statement credits when using their card to pay for room rate and room charges at Hyatt Hotels & Resorts. A maximum of $75 may be earned back. (In other words, spend up to $750, get up to $75 back.)
I like that this offer doesn’t expire until December 31, 2021. There’s plenty of time to use it. The offer must be manually activated/added to your eligible card.
The Hyatt Amex Offer popped up on just one of my cards: The Business Platinum Card® from American Express.
The Langham Hotels
Here’s another one I saw on all my personal and consumer Amex cards.
Cardholders may earn a one-time $150 statement credit when spending at least $750 on room rate and room charges at Langham Hotels in North America. The offer must be manually activated/added to your eligible card and expires on October 21, 2021.
Nothing too earth-shattering here, but you may find something helpful here. My family finds itself in Holiday Inns every so often, so we may take advantage of that offer. The Hyatt offer is pretty attractive, too — especially because I love some of their airport hotels.
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