Save Money On Your Next Lyft Ride With Amex Offers (Targeted)

Save Money On Your Next Lyft Ride With Amex Offers (Targeted)

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Amex has just released a new offer that can save you up to 20% on Lyft rides. With this new, targeted Amex Offer, you can earn $15 back when you spend $75+ with Lyft in the US by November 27, 2018.

There may also be an offer out there for 1,500 Membership Rewards points back, though I don’t see that on any of my cards.

As mentioned above, this offer is targeted, so not all cardmembers will be eligible for the offer. Furthermore, the offer is only valid for rides booked in the US via the mobile app. The offer also excludes Lyft Express and corporate gift card purchases. The good news is that statement credits tend to post pretty quickly for this.

If you use this offer you’ll want to update the credit card you have on file with Lyft until you reach the limit, though beyond that you’ll ideally want to link a card that offers bonus points on travel purchases, so that you can maximize the points you earn (here’s a post I wrote about maximizing the points you earn on Uber rides, and much of the same advice applies for Lyft rides).

Do you plan on using this Amex Offer for Lyft rides?

(Tip of the hat to Frequent Miler)

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  1. Jack

    @Lucky btw congrats on the marriage

  2. Garrett

    When people say Lyft is better than Uber, is that for the user experience or the employee/corporate culture? I try Lyft every once in a while...maybe once or twice a year and I've had pretty bad experiences each time. I've been in some jankyyyyyyyyy ass cars. My experience has been much better with Uber (which I use frequently when I travel).

  3. W

    Even on your wedding day you can't stop posting!

    1. Tiffany

      @ W -- Hah, he did send it with a note of "I promise I'm really not going to work today, I just took a few minutes because Ford also had to work on something quickly, and our parents weren't up yet."

  4. DCJoe

    Got on my EveryDay card.

  5. Rob

    Have the Business Card version and no bonus from Lyft (which is the go-to..... much better than UBER). Thank you for reminding me to view any potential bonuses from the card (none that I would use).

  6. Daniel

    Nice that this will include Thanksgiving travel. Two airport trips should knock this out easily.

  7. Gina

    I love you Debit. Please don't ever stop posting.

  8. Evan

    Chase freedom still earns 5x points for Lyft for another few days... might still be best to prioritize that first if you havent maxed it out.

  9. Debit

    Lyft.

    What kind of question is that? If you are going to pretend to be me, at least know what we hate. There is no choice here.

    Uber are evil thieves. Like Republicans.

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Jack

@Lucky btw congrats on the marriage

Garrett

When people say Lyft is better than Uber, is that for the user experience or the employee/corporate culture? I try Lyft every once in a while...maybe once or twice a year and I've had pretty bad experiences each time. I've been in some jankyyyyyyyyy ass cars. My experience has been much better with Uber (which I use frequently when I travel).

Tiffany

@ W -- Hah, he did send it with a note of "I promise I'm really not going to work today, I just took a few minutes because Ford also had to work on something quickly, and our parents weren't up yet."

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