American Express Prepaid Card $25 Bonus

Posted by Kate on June 8, 2012

Here’s a great, easy $25 bonus from American Express for this week’s Free Money Friday!

Make sure you take advantage of it soon because the offer expires at the end of the month!

How to Get Your $25

  1. Order an American Express Prepaid card by June 30, 2012.
  2. Load at least $200 onto the card when you order it.
  3. Receive a complimentary $25 gift card.
  4. The card should be mailed to you within 6 weeks of loading your $200!

American Express Terms and Conditions

  • Offer ends June 30, 2012 (card orders must be received by 11:59 PM ET that day.)
  • Limit of one $25 Gift Card per new Card User named on a Card; Limit one offer per Card.
  • Offer valid for all new Card orders with a single $200 load, including additional/supplemental accounts associated with an existing Card purchaser’s account.

More on American Express

Benefits. The American Express Prepaid card provides purchase protection, fraud protection, and roadside assistance.

Offer Not Targeted. Some of the American Express Prepaid cards in the past were targeted offers. This offer is available to everyone.

No Fees. No monthly or annual fees, no purchase fees, no credit check and no overdraft fees!

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Comments to American Express Prepaid Card $25 Bonus

  1. The American Express people will NOT honor the prepaid gift card if you did not receive the offer from them directly. Already got screwed on the same type of deal before! They would NOT send the prepaid gift card because they said it was from a third party notification service.


    • Diane,

      The same thing happened to me last time. That’s why we included the information about this one being a non-targeted offer. They contacted us directly to let us know this offer is valid for readers.


  2. Sounds like a great deal!


  3. If there’s no opportunity to charge interest and no fees, how are they making their money off this? Are there transaction fees that high?




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