08-19-2012 07:54 AM
Greetings. So interested in applying for PRG w/ 25k bonus (or hold off if better offers in the pipeline) from referral links. Other amex card is BCP (only other relationship with amex), 25k cl for 14 months averaging 3-4k/month always PIF. I don't have any offers currently when logged into amex site.
So my question is it good to apply with a valid PRG referral link when NOT logged into amex site? If I try to apply when logged in, I am not receiving any bonus pt offers.
Thanks so much.
08-19-2012 07:56 AM
If you're not opted out, I'd wait for a 50k bonus with no annual fee for the first year.
Amex seems to periodically send these offers out. I'd wait a little, unless you need the 25k points to round up a ticket or transfer.
08-19-2012 08:13 PM - edited 08-19-2012 08:14 PM
Very random and can be received via postal mail and/or email. You just never know...
For instance, today I just randomly received an email to earn 10K MR points to sign up for the pay over time option.
08-31-2012 05:31 PM
A kind member sent me a PRG referral link for a 25k MR signup bonus for spending 2k with 3 months.
If I apply through this link will my current BCP card and the new PRG, show up on my amex login page? I'm not sure since I would be applying through a link while NOT logged into my amex account.
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