$50 & $75 Statement Credit From American Express with Hotel Storm $50 & $75 Statement Credit From American Express with Hotel Storm

$50 & $75 Statement Credit From American Express with Hotel Storm

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Currently, there are two Amex Offers to provide statement credits for hotel bookings made through HotelStorm.com/Amex. Both offers have almost identical terms and conditions, with the business card offering a $50 statement credit for purchases over $200, while the personal card offers a statement credit of $75 for purchases over $300. Both offers are valid until March 12, 2017.

Multiple Use Credits

What makes these deals interesting are the terms and conditions as they are almost identical for both. Both offers state that the offer can be used every time you make a purchase of qualifying value.

The key here is the wording “each time”, which means you can benefit from the offer several times. This opens up various opportunities to maximize your benefit and earn several statement credits for the same stay. Here are the terms of the business card offer:

Get a $50 statement credit each time you use your enrolled Card to make a single purchase of $200 or more online at hotelstorm.com/amex by 3/12/2017. See terms for exclusions.

Valid online only at www.hotelstorm.com/amex or by phone. Offer is non-transferable. Must add offer to Card and use same Card to redeem. Statement credit will appear on your billing statement within 90 days after 3/12/2017, provided that American Express receives information from the merchant about your qualifying purchase. Note that American Express may not receive information about your qualifying purchase from merchant until all items from your qualifying purchase have been provided/shipped by merchant. Statement credit may be reversed if qualifying purchase is returned/cancelled. If American Express does not receive information that identifies your transaction as qualifying for the offer, you will not receive the statement credit. For example, your transaction will not qualify if it is not made directly with the merchant. In addition, in most cases, you may not receive the statement credit if your transaction is made with an electronic wallet or through a third party or if the merchant uses a mobile or wireless card reader to process it. By adding an offer to a Card, you agree that American Express may send you communications about the offer. POID: CEM2:0001

Possible Issues

There are two potential issues with using the offer this way. First, you may need to check in and check out every day from the hotel you are staying at. This seems very unlikely though since the hotel should be able to work around this quite easily.

The second potential problem is that HotelStorm.com is owned by Rocket Travel, which is also the parent company of Rocket Miles. In the past, there have been similar statement credit offers from Rocket Miles, but they typically limited the statement credit to one only per offer period. This opens the door to the new terms which imply multiple-use being an oversight on the part of the company, something which they would correct quickly. On the other hand, this offer is targeted towards Amex premium cardholders, so it is entirely possible that Amex will stick to the T&C’s since it affects some of its most lucrative and high-end cards.


Offers like these are a great option for anyone who collects points and miles. Although the offer was probably designed with a different vision, it appears as though it can inadvertently be used to generate some great value. One thing you need to consider is that by booking through HotelStorm.com, which is a third party booking portal, you will not be able to earn any points with hotel loyalty programs. So, it is probably best used for niche bookings at locations where there are no major hotel chains. It will be interesting to see how long the terms and conditions remain the same if people start to make multiple purchases to game the offer!

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  • I just made a booking on hotelstorm.com/amex but made the charge in Euros to tip the total over $200 USD
    The transaction doesn’t ring up as “Hotelstorm” but shows up as “Rocketmiles”

    I called customer service about it and opened a case review, waiting to what happens.
    But be just as Joe pointed out above that I need to wait 90 days after offer expiration.

  • Samira Lasheen says:

    I think Amex Offers are one of the best (if not the best) perks a credit card can have. I’ve saved a lot using their offers with my Blue Cash Everyday card.

  • Amex offers are another reason to get more Amex cards.

  • One thing you should be aware of is that unlike other amex offers, you will not get your credit right away. It can take up to 90 days AFTER the expiration of the offer. I have found some good rates off of hotelstorm but have also found terrible rates. So search carefully. Also you won’t get hotel points if you book through hotelstorm vs the hotel chain itself.

  • this is great although I don’t see it on my Platinum because I added it to my PRG before

  • If you make a number of separate bookings on the same day there is a small risk that the merchant will consolidate it all into one payment. Having in the past on a number of occasions booked consecutive nights separately to get a better price I’ve always been able to keep the same room. What often happens though is that the key card will automatically cancel after each night’s ‘check out’ time and I have to get reception to reauthorize every day. It is only a minor inconvenience though.

  • I do not see if on my AMEX account.

  • I never used Hotel Storm before but they look pretty similar to other OTAs in terms of properties and pricing.
    Decent deal I’d say!

  • Bertrand Say says:

    Do you have to sign up for hotelstorm?

  • Genius on splitting the nights!

  • you may not get elite status benefits by using this offer at certain hotels

    • Correct. Likely in almost every case you would not. Booking through a 3rd party typically causes this to happen, which is why you’ve got to weigh the cost of the lost benefits against the savings.

  • Thanks for the splitting of nights idea.

  • You say this is targeted towards Plat card holders, I don’t think so.

    I do have it on a personal Plat, but I also have it on BCP, ED, PRG, Green, Gold, and curiously two personal SPG, and a Business SPG.

    When I added my Business Platinum in late Dec, on a separate login it wasn’t available.

  • Great advice on splitting the nights. Thanks!

  • I’m curious if the prices compare with the likes of other third party OTAs such as Hotels.com, etc…

  • Good stuff! The AmEx offers are one of its best perks.