Save With Conrad & Waldorf Astoria Amex Offers

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For those of you not familiar with Amex Offers, it’s a program available through most Amex cards, where different cards are eligible for different savings and bonus offers. In many cases the offers can be huge, and more than offset the annual fee on a card.

To view Amex Offers, go to the bottom of the account summary page of any American Express card, where you’ll see all the offers you’re eligible for. These offers come in different forms, including discounts and even in some cases bonus points.

$60 Back With Conrad Or Waldorf Astoria Hotel Stay

At the moment there’s a new targeted Amex Offer for $60 back when you spend $350+ at Conrad or Waldorf Astoria properties.

The offer is valid for stays at participating properties through May 31, 2020, and only properties in the US and US territories qualify.

It’s possible there’s also a version of the offer for 6,000 bonus Membership Rewards points rather than $60, though I don’t see such an offer on any of my cards.

This is a promotion we’ve seen several times before from Amex, so it’s great to see it return. Unfortunately this time around the statement credit is limited to $60 (last time it was $70 with the same spending requirement), and it’s limited to US properties (last time select international properties were included).

It isn’t valid at any Hilton family brands other than Conrad or Waldorf Astoria. According to the terms you need to book directly with Hilton to take advantage of this, and what matters is that you’re billed during the promotion period.

What’s interesting is that the terms state “offer does not apply to advance purchase rates, including Advance Purchase, Save Now & Pay and Non-refundable rates.” I’m not sure to what degree that will actually be enforced. I suspect they added this to the terms to make it clear that those who already pre-paid and are staying during the promotion period wouldn’t get the bonus.

In reality I would imagine eligibility will be based on whether you have an eligible charge from a hotel on your credit card during the promotion period. Historically Virtuoso bookings qualify for these promotions as well.

While there are lots of great American Express travel rewards cards, ideally you’ll see this offer on a Hilton Honors American Express card, so you can earn bonus points and receive a statement credit:

Was your account targeted for this Conrad & Waldorf Astoria Amex Offer, and do you plan on taking advantage of it?

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  1. We have a WA stay coming up in May, so this was perfect timing on my Aspire card.

    @Lucky do you know how this stacks with the Aspire $100 room credit and $250 resort credit? I’m assuming the $100 resort credit is applied first, but would I get the full $250 resort credit AND $60 Amex Offer with $350 in additional room charges? Or would I need to charge $250 for the resort credit, plus an additional $350 for the Amex Offer? Thanks in advance.

  2. This should stack with the $20 resort credit. It did last year. I took full advantage then and I plan to with this one as well. The $350 charge will post from the hotel, and that’s the trigger. Then you’ll separately get the $250 resort credit and the $60 Amex Offer credit. One won’t affect the other because they both trigger from the hotel charge.

  3. Do you think it’s really enforced that the stay must be booked with the card? For example, if we use points or a free night certificate and simply spend $350 at the hotel would that still trigger the credit? Thanks!

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