If you hold The Business Platinum Card® from American Express and haven’t yet used your $200 semi-annual Dell statement credit perk, today is a wonderful opportunity to jump on it.
Amex Business Platinum Dell Statement
The Business Platinum Card® from American Express offers cardholders a potentially lucrative perk: earn up to $400 in statement credit each year ($200 semi-annually) on purchases made with Dell. (Enrollment required. Terms apply.)
Rakuten: 10% Cashback TODAY
Select merchants are offering 10% cashback on purchases initiated through Rakuten.
Dell and Dell Technologies are two of them. A Rakuten representative confirmed to me they offer 10% cashback on eligible purchases made through Wednesday, July 13.
That means you can earn 10% on your Dell Technologies purchase and apply the Amex Business Platinum’s statement credit. Yes, you can potentially make money buying stuff from Dell through Wednesday. (Or at least save a bunch.)
Remember to Stack with Amex Offers
Remember there are a couple of Dell Amex Offers out there. Check for those before completing your purchase. Dell allows you to split payments across credit cards. That and Rakuten are how I recently bought a $299 portable monitor and ended up spending only about $85.
Not a Rakuten Member? Earn an Additional $30 Very Quickly
Rakuten is running a great, limited-time promotion: earn $30 bonus cashback after spending $30 within 90 days of signing up. (You can also choose to receive the $30 as 3,000 American Express® Membership Rewards® points). But the offer is valid only through referral links. (We’re happy to refer to you. Thank you!)
So if you don’t yet have a Rakuten membership, sign up now for free. And if you haven’t used your Dell credits, buy something today (again, start your shopping session through Rakuten). Spend your statement credit benefit. You should earn the $30 promotional cashback and 10% of your eligible Dell purchase price’s subtotal.
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