Simplify your Life… Register for Amex Offers with Tweet Deck

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As I mentioned in the post “Registering for Amex Offers with Twitter” I wrote that I use an application called Tweet Deck to simply the process. While Tweet Deck has many usages, I personally love it as you can sign into one website, send one tweet, and it will post to multiple Twitter accounts! You do not need to sign in and out of many accounts and keep track of which accounts were and were not registered. Since I am very active the Amex Offers it absolutely saves me time and a reduces the headache!

To register for Tweet Deck, just go to their site and sign in your default Twitter username and password.

Tweet DeckTo add another Twitter account to your dashboard, go to Accounts > Add another Twitter Account.

Tweet Deck

You will then see all your Twitter accounts in your dashboard. You can then send a new Tweet with the Amex Offer from all your Twitter accounts in one massive swoop. Click on “New Tweet” and select all of your accounts. Make sure there is a checkmark for all accounts. In the Tweet box type in the Amex Offers Twitter hashtag (i.e., #AmexNewegg).

Tweet Deck

Send this one Tweet and it will automatically be tweeted out from all the accounts selected. You will then see all the confirmations come in that you successfully enrolled for the offer in the “@Mentions” section of the dashboard.

Tweet DeckI have zero affiliation with Tweet Deck, but just have found it to be an extremely valuable tool when registering for the Amex Offers that are available via Twitter. As I described in the previous post, you’ll just need to create a new Twitter account for every eligible Amex and link it to your credit card.

Let me know if you have any questions. Enjoy simplifying your life for saving money!

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7 years ago

Is this method still applicable? DoC and the Frequent Miler have exhaustingly long methods of their own — is the only difference that with their method the offers are automatically added?

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