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American Express is offering a 50,000 Membership Rewards point sign-up bonus on the Enhanced Business Gold Rewards Card after spending $5,000 on the card within three months.
This card is essentially the business equivalent of the Premier Rewards Gold Card from American Express, and offers the following benefits:
- Earn 50,000 Membership Rewards® points after you spend $5,000 in purchases on the Card in the first 3 months of Card membership†.
- Earn points even faster to get more rewards for your business.
- 3X points on airfare purchased from airlines. 2X points at US gas stations.
- Up to $100,000 in each category per year, then 1 point.
- Terms and limitations apply.
- Reduce travel costs, show appreciation for employees and clients, and offset everyday expenses by using points to get something back and grow your business.
- $0 introductory annual fee for the first year, then $175.
- †Apply online to qualify for this offer. See offer terms for details.
This card ordinarily doesn’t come with a sign-up bonus at all, though American Express has run one-day promotions for 50,000-75,000 Membership Rewards points in the past.
The annual fee on the card is $175, though it’s waived for the first year, so an especially great card to have for that time period.
This is about as good as the sign-up bonus on this card gets, so if you’re looking to rack up some extra Membership Rewards points I’d highly recommend taking advantage of this. I value Membership Rewards points at 1.8 cents apiece, and they also remain the most “transferable” points currency out there. My favorite use of them is for travel in Singapore Airlines Suites Class, as they’re transfer partners with KrisFlyer.