American Express has introduced new dining and wireless offers for eligible cardmembers of US Consumer and Business Delta SkyMiles, Hilton Honors and Marriott Bonvoy cards.
A customer must possess these cards as of 1 January 2021, to be eligible for these offers.
These offers will benefit the cardholders that run their business remotely, order takeout from restaurants or plan future travel remotely.
They can get up to $220 back in US restaurants for both dine-in and take-out orders, and on the wireless telephone services, through 31 December 2021.
The ‘Gold’, ‘Platinum’, and ‘Reserve’ variants of Delta SkyMiles card offers dining statement credits of up to $110, $165, and $220 back in 11 months’ time, respectively.
Similarly, the same amounts of credits are offered on the US wireless telephone services as well.
The Hilton Honors, Hilton Honors ‘Surpass’, and the Hilton Honors ‘Aspire’ cardholders get up to $55, $110, and $220 back in dining statement credits, respectively.
Similarly, the Hilton Honors ‘Business’ card members also get up to $110 back in statement credits on wireless telephone services.
The Marriott Bonvoy and the Marriott Bonvoy ‘Brilliant’ cards offer up to $110 and $220 back, respectively.
Besides, the Marriott Bonvoy ‘Business’ card offers up to $165 in statement credits on wireless telephone services.
The card members can also earn certain reward points on their purchases.
They can earn 5x miles on Delta SkyMiles purchases, and a ‘Status Boost Special Offer’ without requiring to enrol.
Moreover, the card members can also earn up to 100,000 Hilton Honors bonus points after spending $5,000 on purchases, up to 10 times, until 30 June 2021.
They can earn up to 75,000 Marriott Bonvoy bonus points after spending $7,500 on purchases, up to 10 times, until 31 December 2021.
American Express EVP and GM of global consumer lending and cobrand Eva Reda said: “We want to support how our customers are living their lives and running their businesses today, which is why we focused our statement credits on restaurants and wireless.”