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It’s back! American Express offered a 25k point signup bonus in the past, but not for a while. I recently received word, however, that they’ve revised this promo with a spend requirement, offering a 25,000 Membership Rewards® point Welcome Bonus for the American Express® Premier Rewards Gold Card. New Cardmembers must enroll in Membership Rewards® Program to start earning points. There is a introductory annual fee of $0 for the first year, then $175.
In case you’re not aware, Membership Rewards points are quite flexible, and can be cashed in for flights, or the 25k points can be converted into store gift cards at a variety of stores (Home Depot being my favorite).
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8 Responses to “AmEx Premier Rewards Gold Card 25k Signup Bonus”
Costco’s Amex is a much better deal. Completely free with Costco membership and they pay you cash money at the end of the year based on how much you spent on the card. No need to worry about $175 annual fees, (who pays that???), and no need to worry about what to do with “points”.
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I would just like to thank you for your diligence in finding and posting great deals like this. My points got cleared immediately after clearing $1,000 on the cards and I have $250 in gift cards and another $250 in the mail. Now all I have to do is close is close the accounts in a couple months to avoid the annual fee.
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