The American Express Business Platinum Card encourages users to squeeze every possible point and dollar into their pockets. Saving money is very important in today’s ‘pre’ recession.

The card allows owners to level up their businesses with a lucrative rewards system, good protection, and a variety of card advantages.

The Points Guy states:

Membership Rewards points can be redeemed for travel directly through American Express Travel, and thanks to Pay with Points, Business Platinum cardmembers can get up to 35% points back after using points for all (or part) of an eligible flight booked through Amex travel, up to 1 million points back per calendar year. Alternatively, you could get even more value by transferring your points to travel partners.

Here are some card benefits:

  • Up to $400 in statement credits per year on Dell purchases made in the U.S. (up to $200 semiannually).
  • Up to $360 in statement credits per year for purchases with Indeed (up to $90 per quarter).
  • Up to $150 in statement credits per year for select business subscription purchases with Adobe.
  • Up to $120 in statement credits per year for purchases with U.S. wireless phone service providers (up to $10 per month).
  • Up to $200 in statement credits per year for incidental fees on one qualifying airline.
  • Up to $189 in statement credits per year when you use your card to pay for your annual Clear membership.

Another big bonus is receiving Marriot Bonvoy Gold Elite status and Hilton Honors Gold status without having to meet stay requirements.

Real card members are talking loud about their satisfaction using the card. Sydney Sadick, founder of Spotlight Magazine states:

“American Express has been used by multiple generations of my family for the last 60 years. Each and every family member, from my grandfather to my mom who started their own businesses, has had the best experience with their cards, so it felt only natural to follow in their footsteps and continue the tradition of being an American Express cardholder. And, since I applied, even more benefits were added that are relevant to me.”

No matter what stage of business you are in, no matter what industry, the AMEX card has your back as we may soon be entering a recession.

Here is Pat’s advice on staying ahead of the game during a recession:




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