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Re: Link>Like>Love...is it safe and legit?


j_casteel wrote:

calogan wrote:

Totally legit, here is a smattering of emails from them after my purchases...

 

Congratulations! By using your synced American Express® Card ending in XXXXX you saved $$10.00 on your purchase at Staples. Expect a statement credit in 3-5 days.

Congratulations! By using your synced American Express® Card ending in XXXXX, you saved $10.00 on your purchase at Panera Bread. Expect a statement credit in 3-5 days.

Congratulations! By using your synced American Express® Card ending in XXXXX, you saved $5.00 on your purchase at McDonalds. Expect a statement credit in 3-5 days

Congratulations! By using your synced American Express® Card ending in XXXXX, you saved $50.00 on your purchase of $102.50 at Ticketmaster. Expect a statement credit in 3-5 days.

Congratulations! By using your synced American Express® Card ending in XXXX, you saved $10.00 on your purchase of $10.00 at Best Buy. Expect a statement credit in 3-5 days.



Thats a lot of savings!...awesome!! Being a new AMEX card member...i'm starting to see why so many love them.


Indeed, there are more but it gets the point across.  And if you have an authorized user with their own card (or a second card) you can register each of those cards and repeat the offer with that card (but you can only sync one card per facebook/twitter account, each card and/or card user needs a single account to sync the offer with).

 

My Amex savings with various offers have more than paid for the annual fee.

 

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Re: Link>Like>Love...is it safe and legit?


calogan wrote:

My Amex savings with various offers have more than paid for the annual fee.

 



EXACTLY!!!!  Smiley Happy 



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Re: Link>Like>Love...is it safe and legit?


Essence wrote:
Wow! That is a ton of savings!

Yes, but at what cost.  Linking AMEX with Facebook or/and Twitter gives me the creeps.  Way too much information floating around than i'd like.  i could be paranoid, of course. Smiley Indifferent

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Re: Link>Like>Love...is it safe and legit?

Sounds legit. Save $10 on a $10 purchase? I like free stuff.

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Re: Link>Like>Love...is it safe and legit?


android01 wrote:

Essence wrote:
Wow! That is a ton of savings!

Yes, but at what cost.  Linking AMEX with Facebook or/and Twitter gives me the creeps.  Way too much information floating around than i'd like.  i could be paranoid, of course. Smiley Indifferent


I thought the same think, but when i was synching my card to the FB it actually takes you to a different window that is AMEX and you're synching through AMEX with FB or whoever...if that makes sense.

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Re: Link>Like>Love...is it safe and legit?


G19OD wrote:

Sounds legit. Save $10 on a $10 purchase? I like free stuff.



lol, me too!Smiley Very Happy

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Re: Link>Like>Love...is it safe and legit?

Wow, now I really want an AMEX. Smiley Happy
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Re: Link>Like>Love...is it safe and legit?


j_casteel wrote:

G19OD wrote:

Sounds legit. Save $10 on a $10 purchase? I like free stuff.



lol, me too!Smiley Very Happy


+1. We went to Panera Bread with DW and had a $20 lunch for free, It was sweet Smiley Happy

even the $50 dollar off we got on ticketmaster for a topless show in vegas make that much more fun Smiley Very Happy

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Re: Link>Like>Love...is it safe and legit?


BCF wrote:

j_casteel wrote:

G19OD wrote:

Sounds legit. Save $10 on a $10 purchase? I like free stuff.



lol, me too!Smiley Very Happy


+1. We went to Panera Bread with DW and had a $20 lunch for free, It was sweet Smiley Happy

even the $50 dollar off we got on ticketmaster for a topless show in vegas make that much more fun Smiley Very Happy


awesome!...lol

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Re: Link>Like>Love...is it safe and legit?

Haha, discounted nudity? Smiley Happy

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