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Shop at Amazon and get $20 back with American Express this Black Friday

Posted: 26 November 2019 11:19 am

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Get discounts and cashback when you spend $100 or more at Amazon.

The biggest shopping event of the season is upon us and American Express is rewarding card members who shop at Amazon.com.au this Black Friday. When you use your American Express credit card to spend at least $100 at Amazon.com.au by 15 December 2019, you'll get $20 credit back to your account.

The offer is available to the first 25,000 Amex cardholders to save the offer and these cashback offers usually get snapped up pretty quickly. This offer may be targeted to specific users, so log in to your American Express card members account to see if you can get your hands on the deal.

American Express and Amazon cashback offer.

Not only will you score $20 back in your pocket, but you'll also save with a bunch of discounts when you shop tech, beauty, homewares and more at Amazon this Black Friday.

If you're using an American Express credit card that's linked with Membership Rewards or a frequent flyer program, you'll also earn points per $1 spent on your Amazon splurge as well.

Black Friday doesn't officially start until 29 November 2019 but you can check out some of the best Black Friday deals that have kicked off early to get first dibs on some of the sales. For all of the latest deals, check out Finder's guide to Black Friday to bag yourself a bargain ahead of Christmas.

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