Click Here and sync your AMEX card to your Twitter account 2. From your Twitter account, tweet #AmexDell100 to add the offer to your syned AMEX Card Note, be sure that you receive an "@ reply" message from @amexsync stating that this offer has been added to your synced Card 3. Make a single purchase of $599 or more by July 31, 2012. 4. A statement credit should be issued within 3-5 business days after your qualifying purchase
Maybe it's just me. But there's no freaking way that I sync any of my credit cards to twitter.
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posted: Jun. 28, 2012 @ 2:53p
miniracer said: Maybe it's just me. But there's no freaking way that I sync any of my credit cards to twitter.
Amen! I recall stopping cold the last time around for the same reason. What the heck does Twitter need my CC# for?
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posted: Jun. 28, 2012 @ 6:31p
Tweeter doesn't have your CC, all they know is your email andy and that you signed up for the sync AMEX program.
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posted: Jun. 28, 2012 @ 7:00p
I've done a number of these deals with AMEX in the past, but encountered an interesting problem with this one.
I ordered an Inspiron 17R refurb (i7, 1 TB, 8 gb) and needed a small item to get the total about $599. I added a wireless router to the order (needed one anyways) and the order showed a total of $615 when I checked out and on the order acknowledgement. However, when I got the order confirmation, it came through as two separate orders (one for $575 for the computer and one for $40 for the router) with each under the $599. This is also how the card was charged.
I have an email in to AMEX to make sure I get the credit, but am still awaiting a response... so, just beware if you need a filler to get over the $599.
posted: Jun. 29, 2012 @ 12:57p
BigFatCat said: I have an email in to AMEX to make sure I get the credit, but am still awaiting a response... so, just beware if you need a filler to get over the $599.
Check your AMEX account online and see if it went as one or two transactions. If it went in as one you're fine. If it's two they will most likely honor it. I doubt they want Dell having thousands of returns because they charged your card differently than someone else.
posted: Jun. 29, 2012 @ 1:26p
Total Newbie here, Can someone walk me through the twitter process? I don't even have an account. THANKS!
posted: Jul. 11, 2012 @ 6:00p
Thanks so much for pointing out the AMEX discount. I saw the coupon and wasn't sure if it was worth it. The extra $100 off 2 pushed me over. Dual screens here I come!
posted: Jul. 11, 2012 @ 6:04p
sandman512 said: Total Newbie here, Can someone walk me through the twitter process? I don't even have an account. THANKS!
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