5 reasons to consider the metal American Express Platinum Card®

With the welcome news that the card with eye-catching allure and serious cachet is now available in New Zealand, we explore five reasons to consider the metal American Express Platinum Card.

1. Style Kudos
Let’s face it, the allure of a shiny new metal Platinum American Express Card that has never been available in New Zealand before is bound to deliver serious style kudos to all those who carry it. This is one seriously impressive card, that’s sure to turn a few heads.

2. Receive 100,000 Bonus Points
If you apply for the new metal Platinum Card® by 31 May 2021, are approved and spend $1,500 in the first 3 months, you automatically receive 100,000 Bonus Points. These Points can be redeemed for $500 worth of retail gift cards or $750 worth of Travel with American Express Travel Online, so you can experience more of New Zealand’s wonderful tourism offerings. New Card Members only. T&Cs apply.

3. Exclusive Dining Credits
All Platinum Card Members receive irresistible opportunities to treat themselves. By spending $150 or more, in one transaction on the American Express Platinum Card at participating Dining Collection restaurants, Card Members receive a $150 credit. This includes 26 restaurants and features such revered eateries as Soul, Amano, Euro, Masu and Jervois Steak House. Valid up to two times a year. Exclusions and T&Cs apply.

4. $200 Travel Credit each year
Whether it’s a weekend away, or a few weeks off, Platinum Card Members receive a $200 travel credit to spend on pre-paid airfares, car hire or hotels, when they book through American Express Travel Online or through Platinum Travel Service. T&Cs apply.

5. Earn 2 points per $1 spent
As an extra enticing incentive Platinum Card Members can earn unlimited points that don’t expire. With an enviable 2 points per $1 spent on the Card. 

Apply today for the new metal Platinum Card® by clicking here.


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