New Amex Gold Card is Here! Alongside the new gold version of the metal card, AmEx is offering a limited-edition rose gold card, available for cardholders until January 9.
The new card earns 4x Membership Rewards points per dollar spent at US restaurants, as well as on the first $25,000 spent each calendar year at US supermarkets. It also earns 3x points on flights booked directly through the airline, and 1x point on everything else.
When we talking about limited-edition rose gold and its welcome bonus, it is only available to new cardmembers who have not previously had the Premier Rewards Gold, as the new AmEx Gold Card is replacing the PRG entirely.
Until January 9, the public sign-up offer is:
– Receive 20% back as a statement credit at U.S. Restaurants with the Gold Card within the first 3 months of your Card Membership, up to $100 back.
– Plus, earn 25,000 Membership Rewards® Points after you spend $2,000 on eligible purchases with your new card within the first 3 months. (The $250 annual fee is not waived.)
Both the gold and the rose gold cards are available now for current or new cardholders.
If you’re a current cardholder, you’ll receive a gold metal card automatically when your current plastic card expires.
Current Premier Rewards Gold card holders will be automatically converted to the new product. They’ll see the new annual fee on their next cardmember anniversary.