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Many agree that the American Express Platinum card is one of the best in the points game. It comes with a host of premium benefits, including a $200 airline credit annually, SPG gold status, a $100 Global Entry credit, and Centurion Lounge access… just to name a few! This card usually comes with a 40,000 Membership Reward (MR) Point bonus. However, American Express just brought back the 100,000 MR Point bonus, likely for a limited time. This matches the highest offer ever for this card!
Since American Express changed their terms to only allow one bonus per lifetime on a personal card, now is the best time to go for it. This card does carry a $450 annual fee that is not waived, but the bonus and benefits far exceed the annual fee. This offer is an absolute no brainer.
Brooke and I each got this card the last time the 100,000 offer came around, and we spent a lot of time learning how to maximize the benefits. These benefits for the Personal Platinum Card include:
- HUGE sign up bonus!
- $200 Airline Fee credit annually (or Amazon credit)
- $100 Global Entry Fee credit
- Airport Lounge Access
- Free Boingo Internet Access
- Starwood Gold Status
- Amex Offers
Don’t miss out on this incredible offer! Thanks for /r/churning for being the first (as usual) to break the news!
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