While paying off my bill on AmericanExpress.com last night, I noticed there were new offers in the “My Offers” tab on the bottom of the screen. When I clicked on it, I saw the mega offer of $50 off $100 Fleming’s Steakhouse. What immediately came into my mind was that I received one of these offers in the prior years, but it was in the form of a paper coupon that was snail mailed. I guess technology has caught up to the masses and snail mail is no longer an acceptable medium.
After clicking on “Get Offer”, you will see that your card is immediately synced and ready to be used.
If you prefer to sync your card with Twitter, tweet #AmexFlemingsOffer (case sensitive) and you will receive immediate confirmation with @AmexSync.
To maximize this deal, it is ideal to purchase a $100 gift card from Fleming’s Steakhouse. Find a Fleming’s Steakhouse nearest you and physically go into the establishment to buy the gift cards as online purchases do not qualify. Since this deal expires on 5/24/2013, you might want to hurry and this works with the $20 promotional card bonus that Fleming’s is offering those who purchase $100 worth of gift cards. After physically going into the establishment to buy the $100 gift card, ask for the $20 promotional bonus which is valid for a future use (5/13/13 – 7/15/13).
If you live in the Los Angeles area, you can receive a $50 dining credit by reserving a table at the new Beverly Hills Fleming’s Steakhouse before 5/31/13.
All of these promotions are stack-able, but be sure to read the terms and conditions. Fleming’s DO anyone?
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