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American Express® understands the pressures that go into planning and attending a wedding, which is why it’s set out to help you be more savvy with your spending. American Express makes sure you get something back on your spend, with an introductory 5% cashback offer available on the American Express Platinum Cashback Everyday Credit Card². And, with Brits spending an average of £432 to attend a wedding¹, including accommodation, outfits and gifts, why not take advantage of this opportunity to make your money work harder?

The American Express Platinum Cashback Everyday Credit Card: representative 22.9% APR variable (subject to approval).

¹Omnibus research was conducted by Opinium, 2,006 adults were surveyed between 18 and 20 April 2017.

²Terms and conditions apply. 5% cashback will be payable to you by us on all your purchases made in the first 3 months up to £100. Introductory offers are not available if you currently hold or have held any other American Express Platinum Cashback Cards in the past six months. Cashback is not earned on Balance Transfers, Cash Advances, American Express Travellers’ Cheques, Foreign Exchange transactions, interest, any spending in excess of your credit limit, charges for returned payments, late payment or referral charges and American Express Credit Card finance charges. Any cashback from introductory offers will be credited to your Account in your card anniversary month. Your Card anniversary month is the one month period each year following the date on which your Account was opened.

American Express Services Europe Limited has its registered office at Belgrave House, 76 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 9AX, United Kingdom. It is registered in England and Wales with company number 1833139 and authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.