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High end stores in rewards mall

Is there a rewars mall that offers high end stores like Louis Vuitton and Burberry?  Why doesn't Amex offer this?

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Re: High end stores in rewards mall

AMEX Platinum/ Centurion should be able to handle these stores....

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Re: High end stores in rewards mall


FutureBillionaire wrote:

Why doesn't Amex offer this?


I guess because they figure if you're shopping at those stores, you don't care about rewards or cash back.

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Re: High end stores in rewards mall


ceemee2203 wrote:

FutureBillionaire wrote:

Why doesn't Amex offer this?


I guess because they figure if you're shopping at those stores, you don't care about rewards or cash back.


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Re: High end stores in rewards mall


armbenderc wrote:

ceemee2203 wrote:

FutureBillionaire wrote:

Why doesn't Amex offer this?


I guess because they figure if you're shopping at those stores, you don't care about rewards or cash back.


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Hmm. I would think that it would be a way to set a card apart from others. 

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Re: High end stores in rewards mall


FutureBillionaire wrote:

Is there a rewars mall that offers high end stores like Louis Vuitton and Burberry?  Why doesn't Amex offer this?


ShopDiscover has Neiman's and Nordstrom at which you can buy the above named brands (and others). Also, AMEX has an affiliation with Gilt.com where you csan shop designer brands at a discount. It's not too extensive a site, but I've gotten some real bargains. HTH.

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Re: High end stores in rewards mall


adavis425 wrote:

FutureBillionaire wrote:

Is there a rewars mall that offers high end stores like Louis Vuitton and Burberry?  Why doesn't Amex offer this?


ShopDiscover has Neiman's and Nordstrom at which you can buy the above named brands (and others). Also, AMEX has an affiliation with Gilt.com where you csan shop designer brands at a discount. It's not too extensive a site, but I've gotten some real bargains. HTH.


I will check out Gilt.com.  Thanks.

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Re: High end stores in rewards mall


ceemee2203 wrote:

FutureBillionaire wrote:

Why doesn't Amex offer this?


I guess because they figure if you're shopping at those stores, you don't care about rewards or cash back.


That's what I was thinking too....

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Re: High end stores in rewards mall


ceemee2203 wrote:

FutureBillionaire wrote:

Why doesn't Amex offer this?


I guess because they figure if you're shopping at those stores, you don't care about rewards or cash back.


+1. This is exactly it. This is the same reason why many luxury hotel chains typically don't have a rewards program either. They expect you to come back based simply on the quality of the experience provided. Ritz-Carlton is an exception to this, since it's owned by Marriott and runs a version of their rewards program.

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Re: High end stores in rewards mall

Even wealthy people like cash back too! In fact, wealthier people use credit more than the avg American as a "financial too"! Lol
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