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Amex authorized user sync offers

Amex authorized user sync offers

  1. Skywardbd

    I’ve read that both the primary and the authorized user on an American Express card can use an Amex Sync offer attached to that card.
    I’ve used that multiple times on the primary card, but have no idea how to activate it on the AU card. Would appreciate knowing how to take advantage of that, especially with the current Amazon offer (which has now been added to all of my primary Amex cards.)
    Thanks!

  2. Anonymous

    The AU has to have it’s own account on americanexpress.com and will have to add the offer seperately from the primary.

    Alternatively you could add the AU card to twitter sync. You can add by card number with that method without having have an americanexpress.com account.

    Either way, simply adding the offer to the primary will not get the AUs access to that offer automatically.

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