Thinking about applying for an American Express credit card? Here are the rules you need to know before applying for a card. American Express application rules include once in a lifetime, 1 in 5, and the 2/90 rules.Read More
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American Express offers several versions of the Amex Platinum Card: Amex Platinum (Regular), Business Platinum, Ameriprise Financial, Charles Schwab, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, and Amex Corporate Platinum.
Some variations might require a relationship with the co-brand, and while others don’t. Each card also has a “super power” that makes it unique.Read More
American Express product change and downgrade paths. Downgrading a card is ideal to keep your credit history alive since you’re not canceling the card. I usually recommend doing this after having the card for 12 months if you’re not getting positive expected value in the second year to keep a good relationship with American Express.Read More
American Express is enforcing welcome offer restrictions with a new tool. A module will pop up if Amex does not want to grant you a welcome bonus due to too many accounts, signup bonuses received, or introductory APR offers.Read More
The Amex Trifecta is a 3-card system that helps you maximize the number of MR points you can earn with everyday spend. The 3-card system consists of the Amex Blue Business Plus, either the Amex EveryDay or the Amex EveryDay Preferred, and either the Amex Premier Rewards Gold or the Amex Platinum card.Read More