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[AMEX & 1Password] Spend at least $70 and earn a one-time $70 statement credit

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[American Express] [AMEX & 1Password] Spend at least $70 and earn a one-time $70 statement credit

A weird one but an offer nonetheless. Received on AP Reserve.

DETAILS
Spend at least $70 in qualifying purchases using your registered Card at 1password.com/promo/amex/ca/ by 13/04/2022 and earn a one-time $70 statement credit. Terms apply.

OFFER TERMS
When you click on the applicable link, you will be redirected to the merchant website.
The registered Card account must be in good standing. Must first register your Card to the offer and use same Card to make qualifying purchase(s) by 13/04/2022. Date format is DD/MM/YYYY. A purchase made during the offer period prior to registration of your eligible Card in this program is not a qualifying purchase. Your registration of an eligible American Express Card for this offer extends only to qualifying purchases on that Card.
To be eligible for a $70 (CAD) statement credit, one single qualifying purchase or cumulative qualifying purchase(s) that total at least $70 (CAD) after taxes and applicable fees, must be charged to your registered Card at 1password.com/promo/amex/ca/ during the offer period and subsequently posted to your account. In the case of a purchase made during the offer period, it may not qualify if the registered Card is charged by the merchant on a different date, and that date occurs after the offer ends.
Valid on purchases made only online at 1password.com/promo/amex/ca/. Gift card and mobile applications purchases are excluded. Offer is non-transferable. You can earn a maximum of $70 (CAD) in statement credit/s per registered Card during the offer period.
Statement credit will be applied to your registered Card account within 90 days after 13/04/2022, provided that American Express receives information from the merchant about your qualifying purchase(s). Statement credit may be reversed if qualifying purchase(s) is returned/cancelled. If American Express does not receive information that identifies your transaction as qualifying for the offer, you will not receive the statement credit. Unless expressly stated otherwise in the offer, the following transactions are not qualifying purchases for this offer: purchasing a merchant’s goods through a third party, such as through concession stores in department stores, payment account or service of a third party, a card reader attached to a mobile phone, online aggregators that sell goods of other merchants, purchases made using the merchant’s mobile application, or if the merchant category is otherwise not identified. A statement credit does not constitute a payment and does not satisfy the requirement to pay the minimum due on a credit card. The Basic/Primary Cardmember must continue to make separate payments of at least the minimum due in accordance with the Cardmember agreement and account statement applicable to their registered Card account.
If you replace your registered Card through Amex Bank of Canada or other participating American Express card issuer (as applicable) during the offer period, your participation in this offer will end and you will need to re-register for this offer.
For full terms that apply to registering your Card in the program, see Program Terms.
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Deal Addict
Mar 13, 2012
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Wondering whether you can get gift cards to apply to your balance in the future, cause a year of individual membership is around 40$.

Additionally, open source implementations are just as feature complete and does not require a subscription.

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Feb 5, 2017
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mistytalon wrote: Additionally, open source implementations are just as feature complete and does not require a subscription.
Unfortunately, this is not even close to being true.
Newbie
Mar 25, 2015
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Toronto, ON
mistytalon wrote: Wondering whether you can get gift cards to apply to your balance in the future, cause a year of individual membership is around 40$.
It says “ Gift card and mobile applications purchases are excluded.”

But where do you register your card to take advantage of this offer?
Deal Fanatic
Aug 31, 2010
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runtonyrun wrote: It says “ Gift card and mobile applications purchases are excluded.”

But where do you register your card to take advantage of this offer?
Has to be in your Amex offers to register.
Member
Mar 11, 2020
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do they sometimes have lifetime memberships that we can wait for?
Sr. Member
May 17, 2017
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does anyone have any reviews for 1password? does it integrate well in android devices/chrome?

will it autofill passwords, etc?
My phone plan is $400 a month for 500 MB of data.
My internet plan is $199.99 for capped internet and slow speeds.
My credit cards are the ones with annual fees but terrible rewards.
Did I RFD correctly?
Sr. Member
Apr 8, 2020
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I see no reason to switch from free Bitwarden to this.
Newbie
Dec 24, 2011
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Ottawa
mistytalon wrote: Wondering whether you can get gift cards to apply to your balance in the future, cause a year of individual membership is around 40$.
...
The link in the promo directs you to sign up the Family Plan (for up to five users) that comes to just over $70/year. Clearly that's what they're marketing.
Member
Feb 22, 2017
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cream4389 wrote: do they sometimes have lifetime memberships that we can wait for?
Doubt it, they used to be buy it once and it was good for a lifetime, they got rid of that model and moved to subscriptions in new updates because they were saying they weren’t making enough money.
So I doubt a few years into subscriptions they would backpedal on that
Member
May 3, 2018
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Jokerpersona wrote: I see no reason to switch from free Bitwarden to this.
Team Bitwarden +1, the best part about Bitwarden is you could build your own server, whilst all the passwords are stored on the 1P's server.
Deal Addict
Apr 4, 2017
1956 posts
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Toronto
How much regular monthly price of this?

I currently use Cyclonis lifetime.
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Aug 5, 2007
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Jokerpersona wrote: I see no reason to switch from free Bitwarden to this.
I use Bitwarden but if I had to share a plan with a family I'd pick 1Password. Bitwarden's UX is still pretty rough in comparison.
Sr. Member
Feb 8, 2006
698 posts
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I got 1Password lifetime membership YEARS ago and it has been great. However, as apple updates its password app, i find that i use it less and less. Apple just introduced verification codes for 2FA and that is amazing!
Member
Dec 13, 2003
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scottmg wrote: does anyone have any reviews for 1password? does it integrate well in android devices/chrome?

will it autofill passwords, etc?
I use this on both my PC and Android. I have a family membership and love it. A bit of a PIA to setup all your passwords but so easy to use now that it's setup.

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