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Small Business Saturday is Back: Get $25 or More on Nov. 26th!

Amex Small Business Saturday My favorite Saturday of the year is back! For the 2nd year in a row, American Express is sponsoring Small Business Saturday on November 26th, the day after Black Friday.  If you missed out in 2010, don't make the same mistake again.  This promotion is just too easy for Amex cardholders to pass up, and it's for a great cause too!

All you need to do is use your Amex card to spend at least $25 at a small business on November 26th, and then Amex will give you a $25 statement credit. It's not only free money for you, but it's also a great way to help promote more business for the local shops and restaurants that keep your community thriving. If you have several American Express credit cards with different card numbers, you're in luck. Register all your cards once registration opens on November 1st, and you'll be prepped to receive a $25 statement credit for each card.  In fact, my husband and I enjoyed dinner out, dessert, and some local shopping all for free last year. Make sure you're on the ball though when registration begins November 1st.  Last year the promotion was limited to the first 100,000 cardholders that pre-registered, so I'm assuming it will be the same this year.  And since even more people are now aware of this annual event, those spots could go fast. http://youtu.be/msr1O_hSFe4

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