AMEX partners with Vogue for exclusive shopping event
Lap up VIP shopping luxury and receive up to $60 cashback on Vogue Fashion’s Night Out with American Express.
Vogue sales events are always a great excuse to splurge on end-of-season sales, but American Express’ latest offer does even more to sweeten the deal. This year, American Express has partnered with Vogue for a glamorous night of fashion and exclusive offers for Vogue American Express Fashion’s Night Out.
For two nights in two cities, American Express will be bringing a unique signature Lounge to Melbourne’s Bourke Street Mall on Friday 26 August and Sydney’s Pitt Street on Thursday 1 September. In the VIP lounge, American Express card members can take a shopping break to enjoy some light snacks and drinks as well as complimentary glam sessions at the Beauty Bar on the night.
The perks aren't restricted to these two nights though, with American Express also offering a cashback offer with over 100 participating retailers between 25 August and 8 September.
When you spend $50 on your American Express card at any of the partnered retailers, you’ll receive $20 cashback on top of any Vogue Fashion's Night Out retail savings on offer. You can redeem this $20 cashback a maximum of three times, meaning you could earn up to $60 cashback if you spend $150 before the offer ends.
Some of the retailers you can shop and save with include Country Road, David Jones, Myer and Swarovski and can be found in several major stores and shopping centres around Sydney and Melbourne. See the full list of participating retailers below.
To access the savings, you’ll just need to sign up via the American Express website, through your online account or the Amex app, from 18 August. Please note that this offer is only available to the first 100,000 sign ups, though, so you might want to sign up sooner rather than later.
Pictures: American Express and Shutterstock.
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