Amex Affiliate Program?

by caseym 0 replies
I recently signed up for an Amex Platinum card. I noticed you can refer a friend via a link and receive 15K points, with a maximum earning of 60K points in one year (4 referrals). I posted the link on my blog along with a writeup on how the card helped me, and have already received 3 referrals in the first month. I'm pretty sure next month I will hit the limit.

So my question is can I sign up for a separate affiliate program to keep this going? Surely it's of value to be able to refer and get sign ups for Amex platinum on a steady basis. I'm interested to hear your thoughts!
#main internet marketing discussion forum #affiliate #amex #program
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