Posted by Chuck on November 10, 2017
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Published on November 10th, 2017 | by Chuck

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Amex Offers: Dell get $50 or 5,000 MR with $299 Purchase



The Offer

Check your Amex cards for one of the following offers:

  • Get $50 back on a $299+ purchase at Dell.com
  • Get 5,000 Amex Membership Rewards points with a $299+ purchase at Dell.com

The Fine Print

  • Expires 12/21/17
  • $299 threshold can be met in a single transaction or across multiple transactions
  • Not valid for e-gift card purchases. Excludes gift card purchases. (All Dell gift cards are routed through Cashstar, even physical.)
  • Not valid on purchases shipped outside the US, Puerto Rico, USVI and Guam. Excludes international contact center, Global events, Dell Financial services and authorized retailers.

Our Verdict

Some people found this offer on their card, I got it on a few of mine. Should be useful over the holiday season, especially with all the sales and deals that run.



To learn more about Amex Offers, check out these Things to Know about Amex Offer Deals.



3 Responses to Amex Offers: Dell get $50 or 5,000 MR with $299 Purchase

  1. Anyone have any ideas on how to maximize this offer for reselling purposes? I’ve been looking at the Bose QC25 for $179 (matching the price of Amazon/Best Buy until 11/11/17), but considering I’d have to buy two (totalling $360), the $50 savings only amounts to 13.8%-off, so the Amex Offer discount barely covers the sales tax. Mr. Rebates and Chase are paying out 3% CB on Dell, which is okay, but hardly spectacular.

    • Curmudgeon says:

      If you guys doing reselling are actually running it as a business, you should have filed with your state to collect/report sales taxes which exempts you from paying sales taxes on stuff you buy for resale.

      Just fill out a resale certificate and send to the vendor and your sales taxes disappear.

      Once you sell the items, you only need to collect sales tax if sold to someone in your own state. Should be an easy way to bump your profit margin by 8-10% (average sales tax amount)

      • Tom says:

        I’m curious if people do this when purchasing from Kohls, Target, Macy’s, etc. I’m guessing they’d block you from buying to resell if you tried to get the sales tax waived.

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