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[American Express] Amex offer Spend $250 at Toronto Pearson airport Duty Free get $50 statement Credit 2 times

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[American Express] Amex offer Spend $250 at Toronto Pearson airport Duty Free get $50 statement Credit 2 times

Only the first 8,000 cards to be successfully registered are eligible for the offer. If you are on the American Express website or on the American Express App (if applicable) and you share your location, you will see nearby participating location(s). Nearby location(s) are based on your billing postal code in American Express Online Services.
The registered Card account must be in good standing. Must first register your Card to the offer and use the same Card to make qualifying purchase(s) by 31/12/2019. 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 $50 (CAD) statement credit, a qualifying purchase of at least $250 (CAD) in a single transaction, must be charged to your registered Card in store at participating Duty Free location(s) at the Toronto Pearson International Airport in Canada during the offer period and subsequently posted to your account.
Offer available in-store only at participating Duty Free Stores in Terminals 1 and 3 of Toronto Pearson International Airport. Offer includes items reserved online, picked up, and paid for in-store at participating locations. See the list of participating Toronto Duty Free stores within Pearson International Airport. Offer is non-transferable. You can earn a maximum of two (2) statement credit/s per registered card during the offer period.
Statement credit will be applied to your registered card account within 90 days after 31/12/2019, 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. 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 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.
In the event that 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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Oct 20, 2004
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Just signed up - thanks OP
It is nice to be important, but more important to be nice ;)
Deal Addict
Dec 12, 2003
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Now what to buy that isn’t horribly over priced
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Jun 21, 2017
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Not quite the $200 off $200 they had a few years back but its something I guess.
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Mar 12, 2004
1372 posts
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Toronto, ON
registered but probably wont be buying anything. YYZ duty free has some of the worst prices - often higher than in the city.
it is mostly making $ off uninformed tourists.
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Jun 3, 2007
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Toronto
drunkgoat wrote: Now what to buy that isn’t horribly over priced
Many of the items in "duty free" are priced higher than I have seen in local stores. You almost need this discount just to break even!

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