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Call Now, AmEx Platinum and Centurion Cardholders!
If you’re like me and have The Platinum Card® from American Express (or the Centurion card), a Johnny Jet advertising partner, for one of its many benefits, including up to $200 worth of ancillary fees (baggage, club entries, change fees) to the airline of your choice, then listen up: AmEx requires you to pick the qualifying airline you’d like to apply that credit to by the end of January, so if you want to have a different airline than last year, make sure to call them before it’s too late!
H/T to Joe Brancatelli.
*American Express is an advertising partner of JohnnyJet.com, but the opinions and beliefs in this post are those of the author alone, who makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information.
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