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‘Free’ £5 with £10 local shop spend

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Written by: Paloma Kubiak
03/12/2019
American Express cardholders will be able to earn up to £50 cashback at participating local retailers this month.

Anyone who spends £10 or more in a single transaction at a participating ‘Shop Small’ retailer will receive a £5 statement credit.

The promotion kicks off on Small Business Saturday on 7 December and runs until 22 December.

In order to get the offer, shoppers need to register their American Express card by clicking on the ‘save offer to card tab’ once the deal goes live.

Cardmembers can use the deal a maximum of 10 times (once per participating shop) earning up to £50 cashback. For the last six years, the offer’s been unlimited, allowing card members to earn as much cashback per qualifying spend but this year, Amex has brought in a 10 time cap.

See the search map link to find out which stores are participating in your local area. The statement credit should be applied within five days.

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