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Three weeks ago, I wrote How to See if You’re Targeted for the 50k Bonus Point Sign Up on the Premier Rewards Gold Card through CARDMATCH.

The targeted sign up bonus is an extremely exciting offer because it adds a headline figure of a 50,000 point sign up bonus to the Premier Rewards Gold Card, which always has one of the best earning structures of any card:

  • 3X points for flights booked with airlines
  • 2X points at US gas stations and US supermarkets
  • 1X points on other purchases
  • 15,000 bonus Membership Rewards in any calendar year in which you spend $30k on the card

But most folks told me that they weren’t being targeted for the card when they entered their info at CARDMATCH.

That seems to be changing. More people have been emailing me to report that they were targeted at CARDMATCH lately for the 50,000 bonus point offer on the Premier Rewards Gold Card. So if you wanted the 50k point offer three weeks ago and weren’t offered it, it may be worth typing your info into CARDMATCH again. (No guarantees of course.)

Key Links

  • CARDMATCH to see if you are targeted for the Premier Rewards Gold Card with 50k bonus Membership Rewards after spending $1k in three months
  • American Express® Premier Rewards Gold Card with 25,000 bonus Membership Rewards after spending $2k in the first three months of card membership in case you aren’t targeted

Keep reading for full details on the CARDMATCH offer and more info on how to see if you are targeted for it.

How to See If You’re Targeted

This 50,000-bonus-point offer is a targeted offer from CARDMATCH from creditcards.com. Seeing if you’re targeted is a very simple process.

1. Go to CARDMATCH and enter in your information.

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2. Search the offers for the Premier Rewards Gold under the Special Offers tab.

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Offer seen 11/25/13

Should You Apply?

I love the CARDMATCH offer. Even at the 25k point bonus, I think it’s a card worth getting for the category bonuses. With this 50k point offer, it is one of my favorite personal card offers on the market.

Membership Rewards have some awesome transfer partners. My favorites:

Recap

CARDMATCH is offering an awesome targeted bonus on the Premier Rewards Gold Card, 50k bonus points after spending $1k in the first three months. To see if you’re targeted, head to CARDMATCH.

In the past, CARDMATCH has had nice targeted offers for the Gold Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express and Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express that have both expired. If you were already thinking about getting the Premier Rewards Gold Card, and you are targeted, this is a great offer from CARDMATCH.

Key Link: CARDMATCH tool from creditcards.com

Were you targeted? Did any of the CARDMATCH offers pique your interest? Share it in the comments.

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