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‘Free’ fiver with £10 local shop spend

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American Express is offering cardholders cashback for shopping at local small businesses.
‘Free’ fiver with £10 local shop spend

Anyone who spends £10 or more at participating Shop Small retailers will receive a £5 statement credit.

The promotion kicks off on Small Business Saturday on 3 December 2016 and runs until 18 December.

There is no limit on how many times the offer can be redeemed but it is valid for use once per participating shop.

A list of participating shops can be found online at Amex Shop Small.

Cardholders must register their card in advance to be eligible.

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