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American Express Brings Back Rose Gold Card

The American Express Rose Gold Card is practically the stuff of legend. The variant of the ever-classic Gold Card was initially introduced for a limited time in 2019 and featured a pink metallic tint. While short-lived, the design was exceedingly popular. Those lucky enough to obtain the card still turning heads today.

Amex Reintroduces the Rose Gold Amex Gold Card

Now, American Express is bringing back the rose gold version of the Amex Gold Card. Exactly how long this version will be available for remains to be seen. For now, however, the stylish option will likely attract fashion-conscious consumers looking for the ideal accessory to their wallets.

New applicants can select their preferred Amex Gold Card when applying. Existing customers that would like a new Rose Gold Card can contact an American Express customer service representative via the phone number on the back of their card. They can also use the chat feature on the Amex mobile app.

About the American Express Gold Card

The Gold Card from American Express is one of the most prestigious cards on the market, with a lengthy history and iconic design. The Gold Card predates even the Platinum Card from American Express, with its initial launch in 1966. The card features no set spending limit (a feature of charge cards) and a considerable $250 annual fee.

Equally impressive is the signup bonus the card provides. Initially 35,000 Membership Rewards points, Amex is now offering 60,000 Membership Rewards points after spending $4,000 within the first six months of account opening. Given the exceptional value of Amex Membership Rewards when transferring to partners or booking travel, this signup bonus has a value of over $1,000.

With everyday use, the Gold Card earns 4X Membership Rewards points on dining (including takeout and delivery) and groceries (up to the first $25,000 in spending per year). The card also earns 3X points on flights booked directly through airlines or at amextravel.com. All other purchases earn a flat rate of one Membership Rewards point per dollar spent.

Other standout features of the Gold Card include:

  • Statement credits for:
    • $120 dining statement credit at select eateries and through select services
    • $120 Uber credit for Uber rideshare and Uber Eats orders
  • Access to the Amex Hotel Collection
  • Amex Global Assist® Hotline
  • Coverage for up to $1,250 for carry-on or $500 per checked baggage through Amex Baggage Insurance Plan
  • Car Rental Loss and Damage Insurance

For more information about the American Express Gold Card, check out our comprehensive review here.

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