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Amex Business Gold Card: 75,000 Bonus Available Today!

This offer is only good for today, Sept. 12th, so make sure you take advantage of it if you've been looking for a new business credit card with a nice sign-up bonus. With this offer you'll get 75,000 bonus points after you spend $10,000 during the first 4 months, which is better than the current public deal which only offers 50,000 points after a $5,000 spend within 3 months.

Everything else about this card offer remains the same as the regular offer. You'll receive 3 points per dollar spent on airfare, 2 points per dollar on advertising, gas, and shipping, and 1 point per dollar spent on everything else. The hefty annual fee of $175 is waived for the first year too, but keep in mind that this card does have foreign transaction fees. If you travel outside of the US often or make payments to foreign vendors, there are definitely better card options out there like the Capital One Spark Card. Still, this version of the Amex Business Gold Rewards card may be worth picking up just to score the 75,000 bonus points. Here's a link to the apply if you're interested: Amex Business Gold Rewards Card- 75,000 Bonus.

We don't receive any compensation for advertising this offer. I just heard about this deal earlier today and wanted to make sure I helped spread the word before American Express pulls the plug again.

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Joshua Heckathorn was the President and owner of Creditnet.com. He shared his unique insights about credit cards, credit scores, investments, and all aspects of personal finance on Creditnet's blog, Credit¢ents. Joshua received a Bachelor of Science in Management (Finance) from Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Business and earned his Master of Business Administration from Seattle University in 2009.

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