Amex Platinum offer: Spend £100, receive £100 cashback at Harvey Nichols

Jan 10, 2022

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American Express U.K. are starting the new year with another generous offer for anyone holding the personal version of The Platinum Card.

When you spend £50 instore and online at popular shopping destination Harvey Nichols every six months, you will receive £50 cashback in the form of a statement credit. This means you can receive up to £100 back each calendar year, providing you spend at least £50 in the first half of the calendar year, and again in the second half of the calendar year.

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You will need to save the offer in your American Express account before you can use it – while it is available to all cardholders, it is not an automatic benefit so remember to save it first.

American Express U.K. have advised TPG that this cashback will be offered each year for the next three years, which can help offset the cards sizeable annual fee.

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Harvey Nichols has stores across major cities in the U.K. and all Harvey Nichols branded restaurants are also included. Though you should have no difficulty finding items costing at least £50 at this high-end retailer, the offer is cumulative, so you can reach the £50 minimum over multiple purchases if you wish.

This is the first new major cashback offer we have seen to start the new year from American Express. In 2020 we saw a very generous £200 ‘no questions asked’ fine dining credit which the TPG U.K. team used for some excellent meals in London last year. Marketed as a travel card, these offers reward cardholders for their loyalty even if they may not be travelling as much as usual, and not be able to use all of the travel benefits like lounge access and travel insurance.

You can read more about The Platinum Card from American Express U.K. here.

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