Get ready to save at Bed Bath & Beyond with this new Amex Offer. Whether you need new sheets, kitchen gadgets, or other household items, you can easily max this deal.
For this deal, you need to spend $25 to earn $5 cash back. We have the offer on two of our three cards, so I’ll see if I can split the transaction at the register to make this deal easier to manage. Some Bed Bath & Beyond stores sell gift cards, but I’ve found that is hit or miss in my area.
Don’t Forget the Coupon
Be sure to head to the store with a coupon. BB&B coupons never expire, even if there is a date printed on them, so I just keep stacking them up so I can use the right one for the job. $15 off a $50+ purchase would do nicely for this transaction (for the Offer on two cards) since the other type of coupon is 20% off a single item, unless you’re buying a single, high-priced item. In the former example, just make sure you are buying at least $65 worth of items to stack the deals, although I believe Amex Offers are calculated on total transaction, including tax, so you can spend down a bit.
Checking Your Offers
Every week when I do my budget, I have American Express open in one of my Budget browser tabs. (Why does Chrome ask me if I really want to open 19 more tabs? Yes, I want to have as many tabs open as I need, dang it!) Anyway, we have three American Express cards: Blue Cash Preferred, Hilton Surpass, and Bonvoy Business. Each of them qualify for Amex Offers, and although most offers are the same across all of the cards, they do vary a bit, for instance, getting targeted on the business cards for more business-like expenses.
It used to be that you could add offers to each card (owner, plus authorized users) individually using an incognito browser. Ahh, those were the good old days, especially when they had an offer like Spend $25 at Smart & Final and get $25 Back Times 3, or even the more recent one of Spend $25 at Starbucks, get $5 Back would be valuable to hit as many times as possible. However, Amex caught on, and now you can only add each offer to one card, either owner or authorized user. I recommend having a separate login for each authorized user still, because then you can choose who gets which offer. However, I have also noticed that they can vary from card owner to authorized user even.
The links in this article are referrals from me or Bryan. You can choose which card you apply for, even if it’s not the same one we have. We will get bonus points for referring you, and you will get whatever bonus is available for that card. Win-win!