This limited time offer EXPIRES TOMORROW June 22, 2016. Apply today to qualify for the 75,000 Membership Reward bonus! 

Through June 22, 2016, there is a publicly available offer for 75,000 bonus Membership Rewards after spending $3,000 on the Platinum Card from American Express Exclusively for Mercedes-Benz. Despite the name, the card is available to everyone, not just Mercedes-Benz customers.

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I value those points at about $1,500.

Membership Rewards transfer to around 20 hotel and airline programs including Delta, Singapore, and British Airways.

The card has a $475 annual fee in the first year. But it comes with huge benefits like airline fee reimbursement, airport lounge access, and hotel status.

For more info on setting up and maximizing the benefits, see Get the Most Out of Your Platinum Card.


If you have ever had the Mercedes-Benz American Express Platinum, you are ineligible to get the bonus again because Amex now has a strict one-bonus-per-lifetime rule for each card. However this card is a separate product from the “regular” Amex Platinum personal and business cards, so having had either of those cards before won’t stop you from getting this card and its bonus.

Post your application results in the comments.

Hat Tip Reddit

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