The Platinum Card® from American Express

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Welcome Offer

60,000 Membership Rewards points after spending $5,000 within 3 months (Targeted offers may offer more Membership Rewards points).   The Welcome Offer is not available if you have ever had the exact same product before (if you have had the card before, consider the Business version, the Morgan Stanley version or the Mercedes Benz version.)

Point Accrual


Ordinarily 1 point per $1 spent on the card, this card now offers 5 points per $1 spend directly on airlines and on hotels booked through American Express. $200 annual airline incidental credit (can be used in twice in the first payment year for airline incidental fees - once in each of two successive calendar years).  $200 in Uber statement credits annually ($15 per month and $35 in December).   $50 semi-annual Saks statement credit.  Limited Priority Pass membership.   Global Entry reimbursement.   Access to Amex's own airport lounges worldwide.  $550 annual fee.

Why BestCashCow Likes

Those who spend a lot on airline travel booked directly with the airline and who can find valuable redemptions with Amex's transfer partners.

Calculating Your Value

Your Annual Points

With our default spend profile, this card can produce 38,800 points annually.

We value these points as high as 1.95 cents per point.

So, you can receive up to $756.60 in value per year.

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Most Valuable Redemptions

The complete list of travel partners to which Amex points may be transferred is here

Customer Reviews for The Platinum Card® from American Express

Have you found a great redemption from your use of this card that you would like to tell others about. Please share your experience below.


  • Raj

    May 06, 2019 |

    Used to have the Platinum for the service, but either their service level has fallen or Chase Reserve's has improved. In any case, finding it very difficult to continue to hold this versus Chase.

  • Geoff

    August 02, 2016

    Does anyone have a link to 100,000 offer? I see several offers and they are all much lower.


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