Friday, February 15, 2008

FW: Make your Card more rewarding

  American Express Cardmember Privileges
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How can your AIR MILES®* reward miles add up faster? Add Supplementary AIR MILES®* Gold Business Card to your account.
  As an American Express® AIR MILES®* Gold Business Cardmember, you know how quickly reward miles add up on business expenses. Now, make Card membership even more rewarding by adding Supplementary Cards to your account.
  • Your employees benefit by using a Card that provides exceptional service and flexibility.
  • Your business benefits with an efficient way to track employee spending.
  • You, as the Basic Cardmember, will benefit by earning 1 reward mile for every $20 in purchases charged to Supplementary Cards.1
What you do with those extra reward miles is entirely up to you. Treat yourself to something special, or use them to benefit your company and employees.

Up to nine Supplementary Cards for no annual fee.

To apply for your Supplementary Cards, visit


1 Account must be in good standing. AIR MILES reward miles will be earned on the amount of all eligible purchases, less credits and returns. Funds Advances, Finance Charges, balance transfers, Amex Cheques, annual fees (if applicable), other fees and purchases of travellers cheques and foreign currencies are not purchases and do not qualify for reward miles.

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