Amex Offer: Make a £15 Just Eat order and get £5 back

Mar 10, 2020

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American Express cards offer cardholders special promotions where you can earn bonus points or cash back on your purchases, simply known as Amex Offers. When you register the offer to your card and meet the spending requirement, you’ll be on your way to bonus points or extra cash. With this Amex Offer, you can get money off your next Just Eat order.

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More specifically, you’ll receive a £5 statement credit on your account when you spend £15 or more on a food order through the Just Eat website. All you need to do is save the offer to your card and spend the minimum of £15 on a single order. The offer expires 9 April 2020 and can be used once per card for a maximum statement credit of £5 when £15 or more is spent on an order.

According to the terms and conditions, the offer is only valid at on orders delivered within the U.K. and made through the Just Eat website. Orders must be paid for on the same American Express card that the offer is registered to. Once the purchase has been made, the statement credit should appear on your account within five days, but may take up to 90 days from 9 April 2020.

While this offer was available on my Platinum Card from American Express U.K., it’s worth noting that not all offers are available to all members at the same time, and some offers may have different savings or cash-back amounts. The terms and conditions state that this offer only applies to those cardmembers who were targeted.

To add the offer to your card, log in to your Amex account and scroll to the bottom of the page and click ‘View All’ in the Amex offers section. Once you’ve found the offer you want, click ‘Save to Card’ and be sure to use that card on your eligible purchases.

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