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5 pandemic-friendly credit card benefits I'd like to see in 2021, from stay-at-home perks to new ways of earning and redeeming rewards

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

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In 2020, credit card issuers responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by introducing limited-time bonuses and new ways to earn and redeem rewards.
Now that it's a new year, some of these perks should become permanent fixtures, and banks will hopefully continue to add benefits geared to those who are staying close to home.
We're already seeing exciting offers from American Express , and I'd love to see other issuers follow with bonuses and credits for things like meal-kit delivery services, at-home fitness, and gas purchases.
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The Amex Platinum card is offering up to $1,700 in statement credits with brands like Best Buy, and some Amex business cards are eligible for money back or bonus points

The Amex Platinum card is offering up to $1,700 in statement credits with brands like Best Buy, and some Amex business cards are eligible for money back or bonus points

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

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Amex has officially announced lucrative new benefits for eligible cardholders with The Platinum Card® from American Express, The Business Platinum Card® from American Express, The Blue Business® Plus Credit Card from American Express, and other small-business cards.
These include up to $180 in PayPal credits from January to June with Platinum Card and up to $1,700 in statement credits through Amex Offers at merchants like Best Buy, Home Depot, Home Chef, and Instacart.
Amex Business Platinum Card holders can earn 5x points (up to 400,000 bonus American Express...
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