Incredible Amex Offer: Spend £200 on fine dining restaurants, get £200 back

Sep 1, 2021

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American Express often offers cardholders special promotions allowing you to benefit from bonus points or cash back on select purchases. These are known as Amex Offers, and there’s been a glut of very generous treats over the course of the pandemic.

With this particular Amex Offer, you will be rewarded significantly by spending at a huge list of fine dining restaurants using your Platinum Card by American Express. Platinum cardholders will receive a statement credit of up to £200 when spending at these restaurants.

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If you’ve received this offer, all you need to do is activate the offer on your card and spend at the eligible restaurants. All purchases will be refunded 100% in the form of a statement credit up to £200. The offer expires 31 December 2021 and can be used as many times as you like across the restaurants up to a limit of £200.

Related: Your ultimate guide to Amex Offers

Eligible restaurants include Balthazaar, Bob Bob Ricard, Chiltern Firehouse, Hakkasan, Sexy Fish and Sketch. There are restaurants all over the country, from London to Leeds and Cardiff to Cambridge. You can also venture farther afield and check out more than 1,000 restaurants in 15 countries. You can find the full list here.

As for me, the offer is locked and loaded in my account and I will be heading to one of my favourite London restaurants, Fishers, this very week for some top-class schnitzel.

With an increased welcome bonus of 60,000 Membership Rewards points and this £200 potential credit offsetting the annual fee, now might be the perfect time to consider nabbing a Platinum card if you don’t already have one.

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